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Full text of "Clipper (June 1906)"

DRAMATIC. 



VAUDEVILLE. 



CIRCUS. 




Copyright, 1906, bj tee Frank Queen Publlibtn( Company (Limited). 



Fcundod by 
FRANK QUEEN, 1863, 



NEW YORK, JUNE 2, 1906. 



VOLUME LIV.-No. 16. 
Price, 10 Centi. 




406 



THE 1ST3W YORK CLIPPER. 



June 2 



J\v$ Clipper's 

Anecdotes, Personalities anil Comments, 

COHCIBHIlta 

STAGE FOLK and Sometimes OTHEHS 



BT J OSEPHINE GEO. 

To many there It area a humorous side to 
ft tragedy. The recent terrible flutter it 
Ban Francisco (are rise to humorous condi- 
tion! and happen log* that are beginning to 
be recalled, now that the passing. of even a 
short time le beginning to doll tbe horrori 
of tbe earthquake In the mlnda of tbe suf- 
ferers. 

Tbe following were Jnat receWed from Ban 
Franclico, through ft realdent of the Ill- 
fated city: 

There wai ft big studio bnlldlng situated 
In tbe lower part of tbe town, and In It were 
quartered many prominent artists and Illus- 
trators of tbe eoaat A famous artlit there, 
well known In New York and among tbe 
members of tbe Lambs, was, like moat others, 
awakened by tbe falling of plaster and tbe 
rocking of tbe bnlldlng. Knowing Instantly 
that the cause WftB an earthquake, be made 
a rush for bis door, which be was unable to 
open. He then hurriedly snatcbed np bis 
eboes and trousers, and, going to tbe window, 
threw them out, and quickly followed them 
with a two-story Jump, that resulted In sev- 
eral cuts and bruises. 

Joining some artist friends, wboae state 
or nndresa was similar to his own, be hastily 
attired bis lega and feet In their usual cover- 
ings, and, with the others, began their walk 
toward the upper part of town. In his 
hurry, and the confusion of the general rush, 
however, the great urtlat had neglected to 
adjust his linen (and be waa not the only 
one on the street tbat morning whose drees 
was disordered), apperlng In tbe procession 
with a part of his shirt outside of bis 
trousers, a 1ft Cblnaman. Further uptown 
a man spoke to him and said: 

"Excuse me, Sir, but perhaps you are not 
aware that your sblrt Is outside." 

Such slight disarrangement of apparel 
mattered nothing to the fleeing ones tbat 
morning, and It struck tbe artist that amid 
so much trouble and terror this notice of bla 
hasty toilet was at that time unwarranted, 
and that there were more Important things 
at the moment to be considered, so to tbe 
over-particular person he said : 

"Ah, Is that so ! Well, will yon pleaae tell 
me If my hat Is on straight?" and passed on 
with bis friends, who bad not yet noted bis 
appearance. 

i Another artist, a woman, who has achieved 
fame and dollars on the coast, had her atudto 
In the afore-mentioned building. Tbe whole 
aide of her room fell In, and she barely got 
out alive. Catching up a dress, she then 
rushed to her desk and wrote on a card : "Am 
safe — will not return to-day," and pinned the 
message on her door In the spot tbat ao often 
had held notices for callers that usually read, 
"Will return In a few minutes." 
* 

Directly after tbe earthquake, as fires were 
breaking out all over the city, a man rushed 
Into the drug store of a friend of the writer, 
and exclaimed : 

"I want a box of face-powder, quick." 

"What kind?" asked the clerk, who was 
about to pack up a few belongings and think- 
ing It a queer time to be buying face decora- 
tion. 

"La Blanche— white," exclaimed the cus- 
tomer, who returned five minutes later with 
bis package and said : 

"Say, my wife wants pink." And be waited 
for it. 

Hotel Eugene, on O'Farrell Street, was 
patronised principally by the profession. 
When the fire bad come so close to tbat 
vicinity as to drive guests from It, a wild- 
eyed young man attempted to re-enter. Some 
friend sought to restrain htm with the warn- 
ing tbat If he went back upstairs, he might 
never be able to return. 

"But I must »avc my part," be exclaimed 
desperately, "It Is the Drat that I've got after 
a year's 'suplng,' and you wouldn't have me 
lose It now, would you?" 

And the poor aspirant went back to save 
tbe "part" with as desperate a solicitude as 
one might exert to save a life. In a few 
momenta he returned, but wltbout the object 
of his anxiety, for In tbe confusion of his 
room it could not be found. 

"Never mind," said his friend, trying to 
comfort blm, "It waa a bad part anyhow." 
9 

Another theatrical guest of tbe Eugene 
attested bis devotion to his histrionic career 
by appearing at the entrance In his pajamas, 
and In his arms were two large scrap books 
filled with bla newspaper notices. They were 
bis most priceless possessions. One of his pro- 
fessional friends rallied him on the character 
of bis salvage, adding: 

"Why on earth didn't you grab your Jewelry 
and clothes?" 

"1 can work a few weeks and get more 
Jewelry," he said, "but I'd have to work a 
few years to get as many more good notices." 

9 

E. Axelson, of Spokane, relates the follow- 
ing account of the reunion of a theatrical 
family after the catastrophe : 

About ten years ago the members of tbe 
Jessie Shirley Co. arranged a certain whistle 
by which they made known their presence, 
one to another, wherever they might he. At 
this time EDfie Bond waa with the company 
and learned the whistle, which became a sort 
of general family signal later. 

Miss Bond, who, with her husband, Will 
R. Walling, played leads with the Torkvllle 
Stock Co., of New York, last season, was 
playing at the San Francisco Alcaaar at the 
time of the disaster. Walling had a few 
days previously gone to a roach they owned 
not far from tbe Golden Gate City, and on 



hearing tbe ftwful news, hastened to the ter- 
rible scene. The home where he had left bis 
wife and child, was destroyed, and the dis- 
tracted actor began a search of the places 
where refugees were congregated. 

He walked desperately a day and a night, 
block after block, and with parched lips 
whistled tbe old recognition slgnsl of the 
Bhlrleys, In hopes of bearing en echo of It 
from the lips of bla wife. 

Finally, on reaching Jefferson Square, worn 
and thirsty, his tired lips scarcely moist 
enough for a clear whistle, Ma call met an 
answering one from a group In the Square, 
and a moment later Efie Bond was In the 
anna of her husband. 

In speaking of her experiences whan first 
going upon the stage to sing In comic open, 
Margaret McKloney, prominent later In "San 
Toy," tells how she made her first profes- 
sional appointment for eleven o'clock one 
morning to go to a popular New York mana- 
ger's office to sing for him. 

Sendlog In ber card, and afterward enter- 
ing where three or four others were ahead 
of ber on the waiting list, aha at last made 
known her wish for en engagement to sing 
In at least a small part 

"Well," said the manager, with ao refer- 
ence to hearing the singing of tbe young 
woman, ''what's your stage appearance — I'd 
like you to show me some photographs of 
yourself, In tights, for Instance. 

Miss McKlnney, who hsd dose plenty of 
high class concert work, but had made no 
stage appearance, was taken. a hit by sur- 
prise at this demand, bat rallied after ft mo- 
ment and replied : 

"No, 1 bave so pictures In tights. But I 
was not aware that yon Judged voices by tbe 
slxe and shape of tbe legs. Good morning 1" 
9 

While on the subject of California, It is 
not out of place here to speak of the In- 
tensely dramatic play that Harab Ellis Byan, 
the novelist sod playwright, la making from 
ber last and best book, "For the Soul of 
Raphael," a romance of old California. 

She bas already dramatised her extremely 
popular hooks, "Told In the Hills," "The 
Bondwoman," "Squaw Elolse," and others, 
work tbat baa been done with the strong 
touch of one who knows her way. For Mrs. 
Byan is the widow of a sterling manager, 
who had always consulted her about his 
dramatic work, and she studied and learned 
much through this. 

While at work on this powerfully written 
romance for the past two years, Mrs. Byan 
bas been living alone In the old deserted 
Mission at San Juan Caplstrano, which she 
has made tbe locality of her story, which 
deals principally with the Mexicans and 
Indlo Mexicans, and those of mixed Spanish 
blood who dwelt there In tbe romantic days 
close upon the "nO's." 

Tbe book Is exquisitely Illustrated with 
pictures of that romantic corner of the 
States, made under the supervision of the 
artist who composed tbe situations. 

This old Mission wss partially overthrown 
la 1812, by ft terrific earthquake, and tbe 
rains are tbe most picturesque on the coast 
of California. 



World of Players, 

Fume Damsxs sailed for Europe on May 
19. He has signed a contract with Charles 
Dillingham, by which be will continue under 
the direction of that manager for tbe next 
three years. For tbe first part of next season 
he will appear In "Sergeant Brae," and In 
the Spring Mr. Dillingham will present him 
In a new musical comedy, entitled "Omar." 
The music Is by Victor Herbert, and the book 
by Hsrry B. Bmlth and A. N. C. Fowler. 

Among trope sailing for Europe on May 
19 were Ryrle Bellew and Kitty Cheatham 
Thompson. 

Tom Lanc-astse, after thirty-four weeks In 
the middle West, closed at the Lyric Theatre, 
Cleveland, May 19. He will take a two 
weeks' vacation at bis home In Newcastle 
Del., before opening at tbe head of one of the 
vaudeville companies playing tbe Blake New 
England circuit. 

Mbta Ei Mum writes : "1 waa granted an 
absolute divorce from Wo.. B. Avers, pro- 
fessionally known as Wm. Sheffield, on Hay 
4, at my borne city, Duluth, Minn." 

Mux. Ytettb Ouilbebt and Edyth Walker 
aatled May IB, for Europe. 

NSWB CONCERNING THE AbOBX PBODOC- 

tions. — Tbe Aborn Summer opera companies 
will operate tbls year as follows: Tbe Or- 

Sheum Opera Co., at the Orpbeum Theatre, 
rooklyn : tbe Albambra Opera Co., at the Al* 
hambra, in Harlem : the Aborn Opera Co., at 
tbe Nixon Theatre. Pittsburg; the Aborn 
Opera Co., at Olympic Park, Newark. Other 
cities will be announced later. Included In 



Notes raoM tits Tolsoh Stock Co, sup- 
porting Lorena Tolson--— This ■ttractlnn 
closed a very succeaaful season of thirty- 
nine weeks at Hot Springs, Ark., May 6. The 
company traveled nearly six, tboussnd mUes, 
touring Missouri, Arkansas, Indlsn Territory, 
Mississippi, Kansas Tennessee. Oklahoma Ter- 
ritory and Louisiana, to splendid business, 
playing many return dates, including two 
weeks at Hot Springs, four weeks at Little 
Bock sod two weeks at Fort Smith. The 
company was under tbe management of Will 
F Canton. Virginia Dru Dorothy made her 
first apearance on any stage at the Capitol 
Theatre, Little Rock. Ark., Anrll 23, with the 
Tolson Stock Co. She Is tbe one year old 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Dorothy. 



the list of people engaged for the various 
companies are: Countess Olga von Hatzfeldt, 
Harold Blake, William Wolf. J. K. Murray, 



Clara Lane, F. Stanton Heck, Karl Stall. VI- 
vla Brewster, Ethel Dnfre Houston. Agnes 
Stone, Campbell Donald, Maurice Hageman, 
Hubert Wflke, Claude Llgbtner, Martin 
Chessman, Grace Orr Myers. Annie Myers, 
Klara Farm, Minnie Jarbeau, Hattle Arnold. 
Harry Carter, Horace Wright, F. J. McCar- 
thy, Robert Lett, Naomi Arnold, Joseph W. 
Smith, Frank Wooley, Bertie Dale, Joseph 
Nlcol, Carl Barton, Howard Cook, Madeline 
Cook, Gertrude Rntledge, Ben Lodge and a 
chorus of over two hundred. Operas to be 
presented Include : '-Robin Hood." "The Ser- 
enade," "Dolly Varden," "Tbe Fortune Tell- 
er," "The Singing Girl," "Wang," as well as 
thirty standard and grand operas. 

Dilobb Stock Co. Notes. — On Wednesday 
evening, May 9, the Dllger Stock Co., which 
opened Its season at the Grand Opera House, 
Herkimer, was entertained there by tbe Har- 
mony Conclave, No. 15, Economy Relief Asso- 
ciation, through tbe courtesy of General 
Deputy C. E. Dhuster, at a grand ball and 
supper. The entire committee attended tbe 
evening performance, and occupied the boxes, 
accompanied by their lady friends. In full 
evening drees. Fred Dllger and Miss LeBlanc 
led the supper march of- one hundred cou- 
ples to-the banquet room of tbe Grange Tem- 
ple, which was beautifully decorated, and as 
soon as the guests were seated a flash-light 
was taken of the entire assembly, the Dllger 
Stock Company having the table of honor. 

Lf.o C. Bbtast writes : "I have received 
nearly fifty letters In answer to my 'ad.' for 
musicians, which proves The Clipper Is In- 
deed 'Tits Old Reliable.' I bave engaged 
a specially fine orchestra for our Summer 
season at Colorado Springs, Col. We have 
one of the largest and best repertory com- 

Knlea playing the West, and our Immense 
slness everywhere proves we are delivering 
tbe goods." 

Mb, and Mas. Walteb Wilbub and child. 
Donna Mabie, closed a successful season with 
Andrew Downle's "American Girl" Co., mak- 
ing a trip to Vancouver Islands sod back 
through Northwest Canada. They are now 
at their Summer borne Id Pentwater, Mich., 
for tbe Summer. They will begin rehearsals 
for next season about Aug. 10, in Chicago, 
with one of Lincoln J. Carter's attractions. 

Benj. H. Baowit, orchestra leader, closed 
a successful twenty weeks' engagement at tbe 
Star Theatre, Hamilton, Can., April 28, and 
opened Msy 21. at tbe Brunswick Hotel, Port 
Artbur, Can,, as orchestra leader there for 
tbe Summer. 





The above Is a reproduction of ft letter head of the Barnum Show, In the early 80'a, when 
the lite J. A. Ballsy was P. T. sternum's partner and right hand man In tbe management 
of the "Greatest Show on Berth." 



Notes from the "Bell Boy" Co., James A. 



Galvln. manager.— While this company was 
playing McKeesport, Pa., Johnny Galvln and 
Ned Nelson were entertained by tbe sfeKees- 



Sort Aerie of Eagles, also by J. B. Galvln, 
ohnny's uncle, who Is a large cigar dealer, 
also past worthy nresldent of sleKeesport 
Aerie of Eagles. They also had the pleasure 
of visiting the Elks* new temple, which Is 
one of the finest they have ever seen In all 
their travels. 



JsmnaoN Hall and Gebtbcde Maitland 
go to St. John sud Hsltfsx for a short Sum- 
mer season, with tbe Gsge Stock Co. Mr. 
Hall recently closed with the Empire Stock 
Co.. at Boston. 

W. F. Kohman baa just closed bis fifth 
successful reason as stage manager with the 
Dan'l Suly Co., and has been reengaged In 
tbe same capacity for next season. He will 
spend tbe Summer on his farm in tbe Cats- 



STELLA MAYHEW, 

Who bas signed with Joe Weber for bis stock 
company at the Weber Music Hall, has be- 
come a New York favorite by her clever work 
In several plays tbat bave been presented In 
the metropolis during the past few years. Miss 
Mayhew, who Is a niece of George Ober and 
Ada Murray, both well known players, Is a 
comedienne of exceptional ability, and bas 
been selected by Mr. Weber to take tbe place 
of Marie Dressier, who closed on Saturday, 
May 26. As a star Miss Mayhew was the 
life of "Flo Flo," under the management of 
Stair & Nicolal, and her work in "Lifting tbe 
Lid." on the New Amsterdam Theatre roof, 
last season, opened the eyes of our theatre- 
goers to her unusual talent. She can sing 
"coon" songs with great cleverness, and gives 
to all her musical numbers a distinctive ren- 
dering. Her success while at the head of 
"The Show Girl" Is well known. 



Notes nou the Cabboll Comedy Co. — 
This attraction closed a season of thirty-eight 
weeks at the Academy of Music, Cumberland, 
Md.. May 5, and opened for a Spring and Sum- 
mer tour at Eeyser, W. Vs.. May 7. Our regu- 
lar season will open at Cumberland, Md., Aug. 
20, and the tour will Include West Virginia, 
Pennsylvania, New York, Canada and tbe 
Northwest, A complete line of Bpeclal scenery 
will be-carrled. Thursday nlgbt, May 3, at 
Cumberland, Md, the entire receipts of tbe 
house were given to the San Francisco suf- 
ferers. Tbe managers of tbe Academy (the 
Melllnger Bros.), furnished tbe theatre, or- 
chestra and attaches, and Manager Carroll 
furnished tbe company. Next season a num- 
ber of tbe old company will be retained, In- 
cluding the popular young leading man, Gor- 
don Hamilton, Tbe Spring tour of tbe com- 
8 any wil extend Into July, making only about 
aree weeks' lay-off. W. J. Pierce will again 
look after the box office end of tbe company. 

Abthub Ashtqn, female Impersonator, and 
Rose A. Martlne, soubrette, will open with 
Qlaesford's New York Theatre Co.. for the 
Summer season, to Introduce their single spe- 
cialties between tbe acta and also play parts, 
under tbe management of Andrew Glassford. 
Season opened May 26. 

Tnm C. S. Williams Co., proprietors and 
managers of the farcical comedy success, 
"The Arrival of Kitty." tbat made such an 
excellent Impression this season, will again 
go on tour fully equipped with new scenic 
and electrical effects, and an entire new edi- 
tion of printing. The comedy bas been en- 
tirely rewritten by Norman Lee Swartout, 
tbe cast has been considerably enlarged and 
many novel effects will be Introduced. The 
cast will comprise the names of several well 
known celebrities, and will surprise the 
knowing ones. It Is the Intention of these 
managers to bave two companies, one tour- 
In? the West end the other tbe East and 
while they will be called Eastern and West- 
ern there will be no distinction, only as 
designated, Both will be equal In every re- 
spect. The rehearsals will be held at Buf- 
falo, and the tours of both attractions will 
open Aug. 1. 

Fbank Halstead, after a successful sea- 
son with the Woods Comedy Co., Is at his 
home, Landlsburg, Pa., for the Summer. 

Notes from White's High Class Stock 
Co., L. J. White, manager). — We closed our 
season at Marinette, Wis., Sunday, May 20, 
making forty-nine weeks, during which time 
we bave played several return engagements 
in the larger cities. The season has proved 
a very successful one. The company will open 
In a Summer stock engagement at Mr. White's 
Summer theatre at Lakeside Park, Marinette 
wis., June S, and will remain there until 
Sent. 1. For the next Winter season Mr 
White Is arranging to use a repertory of roy- 
alty bills, carrying a special fine of scenery 
■nd paper. He wilt add several special vaude- 
ville features, together with a novelty In 
street advertising, which will be entirely 
new. It Is Mr. White's aim to make bla com- 
pany one of the leading organisations In Its 



Nora fbom Pvtbu' Pnxxaas Plated 
—We cjttned our Summer season under eS 
Tfta at Harysvllle. Kan.. Saturday night \ ' 
12, and despite {he fact tbat we opined';* 
opposition to tbe Sells-Floto Circus, cftSh. 
business was done, and many were ensues 
away, as they could not be given standi 
room. Boster of company: Harry Maiw. i 
Al. Waxda, 8. A. Warner. Jsck Lock" 
Geo. Wilson, Ed. F. Summers, H. 8. WsdhU ' 
A. E. Davis, the Bumleys, riettle. Lulu Jl j 
Kuby; Root. Itudeslll, Clarence Musseim r 
Morrla Oldsteln, A. E. McMlchael Clyde V ■' 
ter. Ed. Tbrom, Henry Beagle, Ersky DarV 
Will Lockard, J. M. Cox and Harry %*££ 
with Jack Gllnes as ecout. * muhbcb, 

L. M. Collinb informs us tbat Chan ■ 
Hoocker Collins, brother of My« Collin 
dropped dead at bis home in WhseUna* iv" 
Va., on May 10. ■* ' 

Notes fbom this Fbankltn Cohedt Co — 
We bave been out Just sixty-four weeks wfi>> 
out a stop, and during that time have irrt 
with good success. Have now closed doivn 
for three weeks" vacation, before reopenin- h 
our new 70ft, round top tent, June 4 with 
seats — blues and reserves— a new piano and 
expect a good season. Most members of tba 
company are spending their vacation at 
Omaha, and The Clippsb Is always on hand 
each week, like a letter from borne. 

Henbt W. Savage will present during the 
early portion of the coming season Puccini s 
•Madame Butterfly." Tbe opera will have 
a separate and distinctive production. The li- 
bretto bas been furnlebed by John Luiiipr 
Long and David Belaeco. This collaboration 
for the first time In many years of Amerj.-in 
librettists with such a distinguished foreiirn 
OBSxfRBnuc SB Puccini naturally incites a wide 
Interest In muftc circles. Mr. Savage has h 
lected as conductor Walter Bothwell, ot Pari/ 
Berlin and Bayrenth, who, it will be remoin- 
bered, was conductor in Mr. Savage's "Parsi- 
fal" production last season. Joseph F Shee 
ban, tenor, aaa been engaged for this com- 
pany. 

Oscar Jones, manager of Levis' "Dr 
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" Co. during the past 
season, will manage one of Elmer Walters' 
attractions tbe coming season, opening early 
lo August. E. E. Oairetson, advance for 
same company last season, wilt be ahead of 
Mr. Jones again next season. 

Notes rsou the Ruble Theatre Co.— We 
bave opened our eleventh season by extending 
our operations, and not only Is It one of the 
strongest stock companies In the West, but 
we have bought, or are building a complete 
circuit of theatres In Nevada, to be known 03 
the "Nevada Mining Camp circuit," em- 
bracing Tonopab, Goidaeld, Manhattan, Bull 
Frog, Ely, Austin and Eureka. There are 
over 150,000 people in this district, and 
things theatrical are booming. Other houses 
wlllw added by next Fall, making a circuit 
of real opera bouses In a territory hitherto 
untouched by recognized companies. Each 
bouse will seat from 600 to 800 people, and 
bave one gallery, a stare 50x40x25, and ample 
dressing rooms, well heated and electrically 
lighted. The Ruble Theatre Co. la now play- 
ing tbe above territory, and Is meeting with 
flattering success. Our company numbers 
fourteen people. Hesse A Ruble, sole owners - 
C. D. Hesse, manager, and C. S. Ruble, treas- 
urer. 

Phil Mahb writes: "I closed my third sea- 
son with the De Vonde Stock Co., Msy 111, 
and take out my own company, opening Mar 
28, at Rutland, Vt. I have all special plays 
and printing, and will carry a company of 
twelve acting people, besides the McGowan 
Trio, a child act I bave booked my tour 
through Vermont, New Hampshire and North- 
ern New York." 

Vibqib Gltndon, who for several seasons 

Slaved responsible parts with tbe late Joseph 
efferson, and who has also been featured 
with several musical shows, bas signed with 
Llebler k Co., to star next season In a South- 
ern production of "Tbe Vsnderbllt Cup." Miss 
Glyndon received communication from Llebler 
A Co., while In Canada, where she was spend- 
ing her time. 

Theodobe Kbemeb sailed for Europe Tues- 
day, May 22. He indulges himself annu- 
ally on these visits abroad, ostensibly to 
visit bis parents, who reside In Cologne. His 
plays for the ensuing season Include "'Bertha, 
the Sewing Machine Girt," "A Woman of 
Fire," "For Her Dally Bread," "Honor Among 
Thieves," and several others not yet com- 
pleted. Upon his return he will have a very 
busy Fall, as he personally conducts the re- 
hearsals of all his plays. 

Dor Kabroll closed her season at New- 
bury port, Mass., May 19. Fred Parsons and 
W. A. Laveaux replaced M. 8. Goldalne and 
J. R. Field. 

Maudesc De Tere reports that she has 
closed her engagement with tbe Keeney Stock 
Co.. after a successful run of thirty-eight 
weeks. 

Notes nog the Joseph King Stocs Co. 
— We opened a Spring and Summer season at 
the Grand Opera House, Terre Haute, Ind., 
Monday. Hay 14, in "Wicked London, to be 
followed by r 'Mldntght In Chinatown," for the 
last half of the week. Mr. King has engaged 
a strong companv, the leading members of 
which are Harry North, Virginia Goodwin, 
Edwin Walcott, Isabelte Turner, Geo. Hanna, 
Virginia Jeffries, George Seldon, Maude Mor- 
ton. Francis H. Sayles and John Lorenz. 

Walter Shdttlewobth 1b resting at his 
home at Lansing, Mich., for a few weeks. He 
has been engaged for tbe Summer as leading 
man In the stock company at Reeves Park, 
near Flndlay, O. 

Freeman Fiske, advance representative 
of Holden Bros.' "Denver Express" Co. 
(Ralph J. Ravencroft, manager), Is spend- 
ing the Summer at his home at Cleveland, 
0., after a forty week tour through ths 
South. He bas been re-engaged for the ad- 
vance again next season, and the company 
will open about Aug. 1. 

Khxbns and Cole and Ediths bTJusbM 
have signed with the Bays, In "Down the 
Pike" for next season. Kberns and Cole, 
who will play In vaudeville until July 22, 
are booked by the Western Vaudeville Asso- 
ciation. Edythe Kberns will then Join them 
and the three will rest for a few weeks Id 
Wisconsin. 

Noras f-bom "My Wife's Family" Co., 
Western, under the management of W. Mc- 
Gowan. — Our season opened Aug. 10. snd In- 
cluded a trip to the Pacific coast We plated 
all tbe large cities, and this attraction has 
given the greatest satisfaction everywhere. 
and Is now booked in every city played ih-s 
season for a return engagement The next 
season, which will open in Oshbosb, »!&• 
Aug. 5. The present season will close -Ti!.y 
10, making exactly forty-eight weeks, during 
which time we bave lost but one night Nc« 
season Mr. McGowan will have two "My 
Wife's Family" companies playing the Nest, 
as he controls the Western rights of this pro- 
duction. The chances are be will also bisve 
the Western rights for a well known muslcm 
comedy and a melodrama of established repu- 
tation. __ 

Elwin Strong closes with the La Versa 
Moore Stock Co., to accept an engagement 
with the Rebecca Warren Stock Co.. at the 
Park Theatre, Indianapolis, and will orrn 
there Hay 28, In a special production of «& 
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.*' 

j; Wabd Rett writes: "I close a very *;"*- 
cessful season May 21, at Butler. Pa., with 
Marie Cahitl's "Mollle Moonshine" compn"?- 
In which I have been playing the Earl * 
Broadlawna. I have written a sketch, a 
Washington Widow,' for myself, and I na« 
also completed this season another Tf n(lc " 
villa sketch, entitled 'His LordshhV M* z 
five set melodrama, entitled 'In the Silence 
of the Night*" t . 

John Kan, who has created many »j 
miliar roles in Yankee comedy, has Joinrn 
"The Student King" Co.. which opened ^ 
Chicago on May 21, In which Harry WW 
Is to be featured, under the management 01 
Henry W. Ssvage. 



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Notes from La Barre Bros.' Minstrels, now 
en route through Maine and the Canadian 

Srovlnces. Roster : Wm. La Barre, Eddie La 
arre, C. ll. Barrett, II. K. Wenrich, Len 
Ucnninger, Chas. Gllck, W. Wilkinson, the 
international Four, the Alvaretta Trio, Billy 
Graham, Jim West, Parson McGrlff, Bnrt 
Stoddard, Walter Bchertzlnger, Chas. Ham- 
mond, Arthur Lorette, Chas. Hill, J. M. Wade, 
Kenneth Stuart, Pete Schmidt. Walter Hamlin, 
HarryTaylor, Fred Gsgnon, Geo. Bennett, Geo. 
Morgeorotb, Charlie Ottls, advance, with 
Chester White, assistant We opened our 
season at Gloucester, Mass., April 10. Busi- 
ness has been at top notch, and the show is 
pleasing everywhere we play. At Bath, Me., 
we were banqueted by the Bath Lodge, B. P. 
O. EL The entire company was entertained, 
and the Elks stamped It the best social they 
ever held. The boys surely bad one grand 
good time. 

JOB WlIITr.HIAD AND THB GBIEB80N SlB- 

terh, « trio that Joined hands two months 
sgo, report success with ttielr new act Mr. 
Whitehead Is singing some of bte own songs. 

Feed Bowman, comedian, will close nis 
sixth week at the Garrlck Theatre, Philadel- 
phia, with the Anna Eva Fay Co. 

Una. Lizzie Dorrr and Bcrnabd and Fae 
closed a successful season of thirty-five weeks 
with the Geo. M. Noble Co., April 28, and 
are at their home, Muskegon, Mich., for the 
Bummer, 

Bii.lt GaAHAM, eccentric dancer, has 
signed with La Barre Bros.' Minstrels, for 
the Summer and Winter season, playing 
principal end and doing his set In olio. He 
reports success. 

Joseph West, of West and Lewis, has 
signed to manage Edgewood Park, at Shsmo- 
kln, Pa., for the Shamokln & Edgewood Elec- 
tric Traction Co. 

Chad, v. Andbbson has Just closed a suc- 
cessful engagement of five weeks at the Bon 
Ton Theatre, Philadelphia, where be has 
been working In the farce comedies produced 
by Vice and Viola. 

Tut Hatch Beds, write: "We closed with 
the Hoyt company after twenty-five weeks, 
and have been playing the past twelve weeks 
for the Western Vaudeville Association. The 
next ten weeks we play for Wm. Morris, and 
open a two years' engagement In the early 
Fall with Harry Bryant Our new act, 
'Forty-five Years Ago,' Is a great success." 

Vice and Viola go to Washington, D. C, 
for the season. They will play In stock at 
the Lyceum Theatre, for Chas. B. Taylor, 
manager of the Alcazar Beau'ii*. 

Addison and Livingston are now playing 
a return engagement on the Nash circuit 
Tbey report that their comedy act la meet- 
ing with big success. J. E. Livingston, of 
the team, was made a member of the T. M. 
A., Superior Lodge, No. 41, Superior, Wis., 
Sunday, May 13. 

Bbown, hauis and Bbown will finish a 
season of thirty-nine weeks at Keith's The- 
atre. Portland, June 2, when Sammle Brown 
will retire from the act and Elbert Kenney 
Brown will take his plsce. E. Eenney Brown 
possesses a high baritone, and was with "The 
Girl In the Clouds" last season. It Is stated 
that the act will be a big novelty the coming 
season, with fine wardrobe. The season 
opens at Fall River Sept. 17. 

Jack Bdllt, comedian and dancer, has 
closed a very successful season with AI. G. 
Field's Greater Minstrels. He has signed 
for next season, making his second season 
with the company. 

Commencing Jdnr 4, W. T. Jennings will 
inaugurate a season of Summer burlesque 
stock at the Lafayette Theatre, Buffalo, 
N. Y. Several well known comedians and 
producers, and a chorus of eighteen girls have 
been engaged. The policy will be "the best 
the market affords." 

Lottie Blackford, after a very successful 
season of forty-two weeks with the Utopians, 
will sal) June 6 to spend her vacation with 
relatives In London, Eng. While abroad 
Miss Blackford will visit Paris, Berlin and 
other European cities, returning the first 
week In August, In time for rehearsals wltb 
the Utopians. 

Walter J. Hiasn writes that on June D 
he will close as tenor sololBt wltb the De 
Rue Bros.' Ideal Minstrels, and he has 
Blgned for next season, with forty-eight 
weeks work ahead, to open June 25. Mr. 
Fleam adds: "We are drawing near to the 
close of a very successful season, taking us 
through seven States." 

Lea Danovas write: "After a successful 
tonr through the Middle West, we open on 
the Geo. Ira Adams circuit for four weeks, 
after which we will play parks until Sep- 
tember. Our comedy novelty act Is a success." 

Nora nou En. and Hazbl Lccab. — We 
were compelled to cancel eight weeks of good 
work, owing to the serious Illness of Mrs. 
Lucas. She has been very 111 for five weeks. 
We will be ready to take up our bookings 
again June 3. We have some good park work 
booked, and look forward to & prosperous 
season. The Old Reliable was a weekly 
caller during Mrs. Lucas' sickness, and was 
read with much interest" 

Chas. E. Tatlob has signed the following 
people for the Lyceum Stock Co., Washing- 
ton, B. C. : Vice and Viola, Pete Curley, 
Jim Connors, Harry Kohler, Billy Watson, 
Gladys Sears, Crawford and Gardner, sister 
act; Jenkins and Barnes, sister act; Del 
Netra, toe dancer: Violet Duseth, Spanish 
dancer; Lillian Nulty, Illustrated songs ; 
Mand Wilson, Laura Crelgbton, Verna 
Draper, May Sherwood, Millie Bherwood, Ella 
Altman, Julia Delmar, Nancy Tempest, and 
Marie Janscn. In addition to the regular 
stock they will play five high cIbbs vaude- 
ville acts each week, booking In conjunction 
with the Bijou Theatre, Philadelphia. 

Whitxlt and Bell have concluded their 
fourth season with the "Peck's Bad Boy" Co. 
They open their Summer park work for M. 
Boom I Co., May 28, at Hoag Lake Park, 
Woonsocket, R, I. 

■Milt C Hagan, who has had charge of the 
klnetograph for the past season at the Parlor 
Theatre, York, Pa., visited friends at New 
CaBtle. Fa., last week, and left there for 
Fort Wayne, Ind., where he has charge of the 
picture machine with one of "Hale's Tours of 
the World," 

The Elbctbic Coukdt Four (Kenn, Mc- 
Kenns, Gath and Merrlch) begin Summer 
work on May 28, at Wilmington, Del. They 
are signed to return as special features with 
"The Curse of Drink" Co. next season. They 
sail for Australia for a tour under Harry 
RIckards. 

Honan and Kearney, on May 10, at To- 
ledo, closed a season of forty weeka with the 
Parisian Widows Co,, and on June 3 will go 
In the stock for the Summer at the Folly 
Theatre, Chicago. Flossie La Van. on the 
anme date, closed a season of twenty weeks 
with the same company, and will go In the 
atock at Trocadero Theatre, Chicago, for the 
Summer. 

Wm. II. Colbt, of the Colby Family, writes 
from Senbrook, Ter. ; "We are here for the 
Summer, having c'osed our season at New 
Orleans last week, at the Orpheum. We have 
been booked solid for next season by Wm. 
Morris." 

Notes raoM the Bijou Theatre cibccit. 
—This circuit Is growing rapidly. S. B. 
Baldwin opened In this country last August, 
and we now have eight weeks, wltb three new 
houses under construction, to be added to the 
circuit The Olson Bros., noted banjolsts, 
who have played all of toe best vaudeville 
time, are devoting their entire attention to 
building up one of the strongest circuits of 
popular priced theatres In the country. Since 
opening up this territory others have tried to 
Invade It hut wltb little success so far. 

Allen Wioiituan, modeler and painter, 
has booked the entire Summer through the 

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parks Instead of the theatres. They are at 
their home for six weeks, when they will 
begin their regular bookings. 

The Miltons, Mr. ana Mrs. Geo. W., 
write : "We have just closed a season of forty 
weeks, which 1ms been a success both artisti- 
cally and financially, and we have arranged 
return dates next season In all bouses we 
played last season. We are laying off for 
the Summer at Houston, Tex., and having a 
splendid time." 

Henry and Graham write: "We have had 
two weekB at Bradenburgh's and two weeks 
at the Bon Ton. We opened at Baltimore. Md. 
May 10, and play Hollywood Park, Balti- 
more, 28, for two weeks. We have a new 
act, and It Is a bit," 

Eduabd Waldmann's debut In vaudeville. 
In his condensed version of "Dr. Jekyll and 
Mr. Hyde," was, we are Informed, so suc- 
cessful that after his first performance, at 
the International Theatre, Chicago, be re- 
ceived an offer from the International vaude- 
ville circuit to Immediately play their the- 
atres on the Pacific coast, which Mr. Wald- 
mann has accepted, for Blxty-elght weeks. 
He will return to Chicago In time to rehearse 
for bis open-air performances of Shakespeare 

Cora Evelyn Is In her fourth week with 
the Walden Stock, at the Palace Theatre, 
Boston, engaged as a principal. 

Jack Stmonds writes : "I close a very 
successful season of thirty-eight weeks with 
Dumont'a MInatrels. at Phcenlxvllle, May 20. 
>ext season I will be with Wbalen & Mar- 
tell." 

Mr and Mbs. Raff have opened their 
Summer season, and are giving their enter- 
tainments under canvas. Goon weather has 
been conducive to good business. Besldea the 
extensive magical and HltiBlon work of Mr. 
Rapn and Mtb. Rapp'B muBlcal novelties, the 
company Includes: Harry Gould, comedian, 
and Geo. Howard, Juggler. 

TlIB TEAM OP SlIBPARD, IaA PlEBBB AND 

Jeffrey has dissolved partnership by mu- 
tual consent. 

Mb, and Mas. Dick Tract have been com- 
pelled to cancel all of their time until the 
latter part of the Summer, owing to Mrs. 
Tracy b severe Illness. A surgical operation 
was performed on her May 12, and she is con- 
valescing slowly, 

Lew Heabn, comedian, and Sid Fern, of 
the Fern Comedy Four, have Joined hands 
The team will be known as Fern and Hearn 
lhelr now act Is entitled "A Jew Express 
man and Is being written by one of New 
York b best writers. 

Chas. Willabd la In his fourteenth suc- 
cessful week of an Indefinite engagement at 
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Must be.- versatile, do Al staging and danclog 
npeclajt)e>>. Long Reason; cities only, flood ireai- 
tnent. Make It low. Hike Burke, write. Hjou 
ian'1 got here, save the two cents. 

iMtVOEO. I.ESTEKH HKl CITY SHOW, 
•__ Llgonier, Ind. 



AT LIBERTY, PIANIST 

Slvht RMder. TrmupoM, arrange. Sobrlelj und 
alMlily. Vaudeville or permanent sroc! preferred. 
■ . M . PKDRR8KN, 



1 Knlsmi7on 8:. W , [.arming, Mich. 



Wnnnro plavh t>u .khuh:> 
UBULB, Bv TH K KKST A UTUOHS, 

'■UK fSSmSoKW LEAuOE,(ilTFr«niia.,l».f 



r l_ I Q E f=t T V, 

PUR NEXT SK AS, IV, 



GEO. T. SERRELS, 

LEADS AND HKAVIKHi 

MADELEIN GOODWIN, 

HEAVIES AND CHARACTERS. 

One piece preferred. Address 

414 13th St., Tolede, Ohio. 



Two Money Makers 

To Lfiif to Rmponslble One Night 
Stand Minn^eri only, 

"THE FOLKS DP WILLOW CREEK," 
"OLD FAR1ER H0PKIH8." 

Beat -hort cast Comedies ever written. Good line 
of all special paper foreacli. Write in full, naming 
exact territory wanted. PRANK N. DAVIDSON, 
50 Hathaway a v.-., N. F., Cleveland, Ohio. 

WANTED, 

\ No. I Mer, Colored Bass Singer 

That can rake walk and itassdriim in drum corps. 
Answer by wire. W. fi. DICKEV, Mgr. Terry'w 
tnele Tom's Cabin Co., Lake Mills, loiva, June 2; 
Hanlontonn 4, Dougherty s, Dumont ti, Parkers- 
burg 7, Dike 8. Traer 9. 



WANTED, 

FIRST CUSS OPERATOR FOR 
MOVING PICTURES, 

With or without machine. Hunt bring rcferenoea. 

Henson engagement. Hiate lowest palary. 

A. SI0PR1ED, algr. Hijon Theatre, Decatur, III. 



COMEDIAN and MAN 

FOR KEMERAL BUSINESS, SDMMKH STOCK, 
FRED RELLA, JOPIJN, MO. 



WAITED. OSEFDL 1ED. PEOPLE, 

SILENT ACTS, 

Mun read or rake piano. This shew never clones : 
1741 Ji week and nota lay on*. Salary all you are 
worth. Canvas on lot. Klckera, inshtrs and 
chronics, do. Tickets, no. Have five sets or song 
el Iden for sal e, DR. I.KHTKR, 

North Katt, Krie Co., Pa. 



IIVTED, 

Slide Tromirane tor K. and 0, ind single VandV- 
Tille Acts of all kinds. Those that double in broas 
preferred. Hall show. l<nnfr sea^iu. Hyou drink 
don't write. State lowest salary Orsi letier: 1l ,1s 
f.nre. Address AL. «AKr,£ MI'ftCIALTV CO., 

Mars Hill, Me., Jnne 2; Monticeiin 4 and r,, 
BonttuinC ~ "" " — — 



Filer's Rip Van Winkle Show 



(EASTERN), 



Han for *llll'," Woman for Oretrhfn. 

Can plnre man to do Derrick, 

Oouhlr Rand. 

Address CHAS. I'. EH.KR, Hgr., Weaiherford, 
O.T., June 2; Posa-i, Krlck 6, Amarillo, Texas, it; 

ChaiiuhigT, Daihearts. 



AT LIBERTY. 

HARRY H, BILLING, 

HEAVIES and €IIARACTS}RH. 

Until June :i wire or write, l'EOI'LK'H THEATRK, 
l'hiladt'lphla. Pa.; after that rare of CMPPKR. 



9 

Ladles and fienr.s, for dramatic cm. State nge, 
height, weight, tU*. Address 

HARRY II. HlftUTOWEIt, Ji-ircrBoa, Texas. 



Oreat uucoTery, Eij 
can cot detectit from gan- 
_ _ nine diamond. Coat* but, 
one-MDtfi. In brIUUnoy and cot it bw no ^uL 
Raaing Mild gold. Write for tlltutrated cauiogua. 
ROWKA CO., Pept o.,aa Dearborn sr., "JWwga. 



ZAMBEZI E£M 



Wanted at Once, 

A Steam Calliope Player who can double on plunr-. 
Address or wire, with best terms, WHKKLINt; 
AML'SHMENT QO.,__D<JX M M, Wli eelUl g, W. V». 

Wanted, Al Comedian who Can Put 01 Acts 

and knows how to work name. Alao would like to 
hear from surer and Sketch T.-mn-, i)utck. 
Address P. C. HOLLO WAY, Ogdensburg, Wis. 



Comb, Pivis. and ItaggHge 
Car. Newly painted, and goes on all roniis; »ir 
and M. C. D, couplers; large cellar: Jolinsou't* K. li. 
pho to. ■ LOUP 01TT, Neli. 



WAMTED, A MEDICINE PERFORMER, FOR 

Outside Work. Must lie llrst class, tl.'i per week 
and R. IL State all In first letter. Addresx 

L. 8P1K0EL, Pen. Del., Newark, fj J. 



PROF. PERRINO 

KINO OP ALL LION TRAINERS, 
With Al. W. Wbeeler'. New Model Btiowm. 



FOR SALE. 

Tenia, L'lrewa Honla, Voir; Nlak«is, Wild 
West Canopy, flood ronrlltion. Price right. 
PPARI. V\S, Nnrthvlllr, N. V. 



Hotel Kulf-a, MonoloBue, Cros* 
Talk, Knd Gags, Satire on 

Sonus] Kir., aiffnr t*.v. iniirr lot all K»ne. We 

told'von to hnrry. 



WANT Al REPERTOIRE PEOPLE 

fur HfJMUER STOCK. Alan. VKHSATILK TEAM. I'lANO PI.AVKR. People thai liavn wurkud fur 
mi- bffore write Hlufe luwevi, pay own. Jolu mi win 1 . Edaall-Wlnthrope Co., Alidi'rmtu, S. • . 



WANTED, 

"A ■■), rj 




In All Lines, 

PnrilriilHriy neinm w bo d'tublu In band. 




klVT 

STRONG mm\\ T FEATURE. 

SAH'I. Ht'CUTtMIEON, East I.lveriiiMil, Ohio. 
Allow time for mall to be forwarded, 

WANTED, 

MALE rittlST, Must Double 
Band; IMNUE with Spe- 
cialty, REPEROIRE PEOPLE. 

Artrtn ■.* Uenomlnci', Ulch.: Oconro. WIh„ June 
4-10. WINNINIIKn linns. 



Big Show Acts, Concert Team, 

Trombones, Clarionets, Baritone 

and Other Musicians. 

ADllUKHH 

SUN BROS.' RAILROAD SHOWS, 
No. rein Hoiiimit hi.. Tol.,1,,, Ohio. 

WAMTED, 
f 



la to m Pieces, for linrii -i] ,n". Address 
JOHIMO.JKRMON, 
f.ytamii Theatre, Flilladelplilw. 

WASTED, (JIHIII XOVELTIES, 

To Show for American Museum, fllasgnw; also 

HrjUnnlB VaiujMltle, Uinsgow, A. r„ 1'k'K Aft D. 



DISENGAGED, 

poll 

Permanent Stock Only, 
JOSEPH T. 

BELMONT 

.11 HUIlS AftJIft 1,1(1111' COMCIIV. 

full iMa.VHiiy iiunorlHnt pun In un> lllii*. P<)S|> 
TIVELY im rirprfrudri- CMii-*ldi-rrii. Stiiunu-r nil- 
•iri-NX, JONF.PII T. U(.L>IUM , 

4;r. Tn-iiHini St. i Klin Ijiwiu. Titiimmi, Mu-«t. 



% ? ^ 5 i. • i. 

*3 a,:,; 1 -/: 

mm 

MftV«'j'.'a"l 

Mm. 

MAN for Part of RIP 

riuildiii-i. It. 'imf tl. t.'nr .ilmw. (JimmI trwil- 
nifin mr)iii'v NMI. Addrt'HH I'AY'S HI I* "VAN 
WINKI.i: fO., Iturr flak, Mkli., Ma* :il ; 
Hninson, .Midi., Jiuti* I; Ouliicv, MfWi., -' ; 
JoitritvlllP, Ml.-li., 4 ; UudH.»n, Mlili., 5. 




I.WHITESON, 

| pubuihiii CHICAGO, lit. 



ATLIBERTY, 
Al TBAP DBUMER AND BELLS. 

K. W. HAK Kit. in.'. Indian* Ml., Piwicuiiaww'v, l'» 



AT LIBERTY-* FIBST cuss co "- 

Al UIIHjII I I •jL:i(TiiK(!HE<ilHA«raro 
pieces for Iwitci or rp-xiri. Wriu- «ir wire quirk. 
E. K. Y«l'N«;73N.Ci»ngrc«-t St., Allien*, 0. 



410 



■E&E JtfEW "SrTORK 



Junk 2. 



THE NEW YOR^CfBI^PER 

THE FRANK QUEEN PUBLISHING GO. (Llmltid. 

PIlOPniKTOBB. 

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WnlToniAr/ anii Bijhinbh. Maniukk. 



nun oniCAKO i.bttbb. 



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rUTURUW, .1UNH 2, 19(10. 



RATES) 

Adtcrtlscments— 13.80 i»t luch, tingle col- 
uiun. 

advertisements net with buriler, 1U per 
' eenl. extra. ' 

Ml H»» llll-l !<>>. 

one jrear, In advance, H ; sis months, »2i 
three inontbs, It. Foreign pewtaito oitra. 
Single copies Kill be lent, postpaid, on re- 
ceipt o( 10 cents. 

nur Terra* are c;a«h. 
THB CLIPPER '» Issued oTerr Wednesday 
morning. The last tour (adTcrtlsluie) pagea 
UO TO PIUC8S on Saturday at 11 A. M., and 
tbc otner pages on MONDAY and TUESDAY. 
The Forma Ctoslntf Prompt!,-, Toea- 
any, nt 10 o'clock A. M. 
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P. O. order or registered tetter. All cash en- 
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manager and correspondent, where adTertlse- 
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John H. Carney, manager and correspondent, 
where. advertisements and subscriptions are 
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Thk Cwrpka caw an ostainbd, wholi- 
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news depot, 37 Arenue de ropera, Paris, 
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ADDltlCHBKB OR TVHUIlHABOtJTfl NOT (1IVBN. 
ALL, IH QUEST itV MUCH BHOUM) WBITB TO 
TIIOSB WHOM THBV 8BBK, IN C*nt OK THB 
CLla'PHR POBT OVp-ICK. ALIi LBTTBRB TVILL 
Hi] AOVBtlTIBBO ONB WBBK ONLY. Ir THB 
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HmiQilT. RBKIiR TO OUtl LIST Of HOUTKB 
ON ANOTUBII l'A(,L. WB CANNOT SEND R0UTE3 
BY MAIL OB TBLBGRAPH. 

DRAMATIC. 

A. B. C, Hartford.— We have no knowt- 
edgc of the present whereabouts of the party. 
Addreaa h letter In oaf raw, and we will ad- 
vertlae It in Tub ,(."i.nTKB teller list. 

I>. Is. J.. Oahknah, 

CliXHTANT IUsAI>BR, 

I. X. L. 

Anxioih, 

Ambi'ium'n. and , _ „ 

G. 15. !>.. rbinolx.— See answer to A. B. C, 
abuvr. ... a. 

B. J., New York— Wa.i1. our route lint 
each track. . 

M. I. It,. Herkimer. — We have no meanB of 
knowing. , 

M. C I.., Glena Kail*. — H« was n popular 
FtHr. Tin: flRHa In which ho belonged In a 
matter 'of nplultm. Koine would rato him 

Ural, some second cIuhh. 

A.SiBixioUM.— Kluvo you have ho pour nil 
opinlun uf (lie profro-aloii we would ndvltso 
von not la make any endeavor to enter H. 

R R. I)., Chicago. — No one has any rlaht 
to prcapiit a iiopyrlgUleil play without Hie 
fiuiriem of the owner, and any one Bong ho 
It liable ti> letcul aetlou. 

S. P., Boston. — He In nlnyhiK vaurteTlllc. 

H. B., Brooklyn.— Addreae tlia Librarian 
of t'oiiKiew, WaHhfMKtoti. I>. I'., tiu'ougu, 
whom all eopyrltfhts are Rt-aiiled. 
('AtM)h. 

1i. t'.. KliHimliiKloii.— 'The dealer muut ul- 
wayH Ketllo on one turn before be (urns au- 
othbr Wifii 

O. C. H.. Onlnlh.—B lost everthlntt he put 
tutu the pot. The fart that ho nilsrftleula«ted 
111* hand ban not blue; to do with Ibo raw. 

'■('ahby." — If -the rule of the "house" wan 
Ibm the bidder "jpipk out," or If ll wna m 
dt'iiileil between Ibo player* before HtarlhiK 
10 play, then B niul l» were rlRbt- But In Urn 
Hbneiue of housn rules or a preilouM unclcr- 
»taiHllnL r A mid V were rWtt 

II. A.. Wlnoua - If A ami H ware the only 
plnvera H wlim the pot, If, however, thero 
an* more than thiwe Iwo illayhiK Ihe earda 
imifit he rodrali and the |tol plnyrd for In tbo 
uhiiiit way, i he olher playera (ext-epi A) 
making an a life to eipial B'a which Ih In, A 
■mi not eoutcuil further for the pot, Ho 
lows nil '.In- money be lm* In 11, and In 
penalized n Mha mnl to twlee the Rintmiil 
of his ui-IkIuuI aitle whirl, goea latu the ueit 
Ml, 

APAMH, Toledo.— Tha tlffhl. hialwl firtooil 
rounds. , 

II. .1., Hotdoii.— Jainea ,f. .left'rlea dafi-ntcd 
1'i'ier JftdMOU MaiTB 'J-J, 181»8. at Han Trail- 
cist'o, In tlin'it rounds. 

MI»t'KMtA?IKI)i:S, 

J. S„ Lexington.— 'You .will have to eoni- 

uiunb-ato with the maua(ietn of the btorea 
you iiienllon. 

K. ti. H.. Magtlalena. — Write to the Bureau 
«pf Vital HiuHntlcn, WaHhlngtou. IJ. C. 

II. tv. New YiH-k.—lf B pure baaed the nlo 
al $1.7.i per iluK.rn ttftrv Ihe wagiT w*ih made 
and without nmnlvHiiee or prearrauifemciit 
wlitt ihe party from whom he ptirrbaaed It, 
lie undoubtedly whin. 

W. II. 1... ArllnKloit.-~lu till reuiilur dUe 
" . ace la low. 



dimes tliealx la lilgti anil tbo ace 1 



m 



VUIIMOKT. 

Bnrllngloii — At the Sti'oup tCiilin ft 
(Irani, managfli-a. "The Isle of Bplir," May 
•Jli, had ti kooiI house. Rooked : v My Dlile 
Ulrl" aad "Aurora of the IIIUh." "The Jale 
of Spice," la nil prohablllly, was the elotlng 
aitraethm of thlx Bcneon (the aecoud, season 
uf tbo boutiv)' 

♦-«-«* 

Oi.oA NuTHBnKoi.0 hailed lor ClieM'oiirR; 
I'r., May .4, ni ntutr. to furls. She will ap- 
pear at the YiPiileviltc Thru tie for two weeks, 
(.'uniiUCDtlng June 7. 



W.-Alcrii lltir friu 

of the y*w York Clipper, 

Room n(i4 ( Anbl^nd Block, Chlviiivo. 

Changea will occur nt three of the dnwn 
town hoiiKeH the vntaing week. "The -Won 
und Hie Mohkc" cornea to the MIlnolH Hun- 
day, Muy 21: "The ClnRvrbwad" Man" opens 
an eoffuticmeiic »if three weeks at MeVlckcr'a 
on the iimm: night, and Wlltlntim and Walker 
iviii he Bern ut ihe '.rent Western. Rl*er- 
vfeLv 1'nrk, HanH Bom-I and the Chutes opened 
their Hcjihon 2(1. 

Ii.uxojh Tiibathk {Will J. Havla, manfl- 
fi).- -'"I'lie l.loii and the MoiiKe" la intended 
aa the Smuttier, attraction at thin houac, 
"peril n'' Stindny. 27. The cast Ituiludeti: Lil- 
lian Dlx, Kdwaril ('. See. Ada fory, Florence 
tleiMld. Kill I U Hliayii.', I'. N. Hnrrett, A. H. 
lrlpmaii. Kdivfinl W/ierniua. Gertrude Cofblan, 
(ieortfe 1'nrnonH, Joaeph kflKonr, W, H. Bur- 
Ion, Flora .In I let Rowley, (J nice Tnorne and 
Arlhirr Byron. Nnt (.'. (ioodwlii. In "Tho 
llMlm" nntl "A Blaze of Glory," did well 
hei-o the tniHt two weeka. 

rowBitM' Tiikatiik (Harry J. Powcrn, man- 
iiKerJ.— "The Heir (it the Hoorah" haa played 
i*> <'i!])ticliy Mlnec Mm opening performance 
here.- Tim mnifmny la n very capable organ- 
ism Ion, mnl amone it* meinbern arc: Oiry 
Oah'H Ptwt, t'liarlHn M. (Sea v. Nora O'Brien, 
l-'lorence Coventry, Harry lllcb, Maude Beam 
(Mover, Inline Butter, Wilfred Lucas, C. c. 
Qulinby, Cooi-bp Barr, Ben S. Hlgglni, Brlns- 
loy Shinv. Frank Monroe, Hrnest Luinson, 
Jane Pk*rtM Hiid T. Tamamoto. During tho 
Siimmei* Bunduy erenlng performances will 
Ih; uivon. 

( oloniai. TiiiMTftB (GcorRc W. Lredercr, 
inntittger).-— "Forty*BTo Minutes from Broad- 
way" Ik .Btlll breaking attendance records. 
in all kinds of weather thla bonne Is crowd- 
i*d. Fny Temnlcton, Victor Moore. I>onald 
Brian, Jjiiuch j. Manning and Charles I'rlrice 
are warm favorites here. When "Forty-live 
.MhiirlPM from Broadway" closea "The Van- 
derbllt Cup" will be the attraction. 

Guano Ot'Kiu IIouhb (Harry Aakln, mail' 
ngvir). — "The 1'rlnce Chap" continues to good 
ntteiidiiiiee, "The Alcadyc" follows June 10. 

Sri m.iiAKKn Tjiuatrh (R. K. Harmever, 
munagen. — "The Student King" is doing 
nicely. The cast, the costumes, the scenery 
and -the chorus give evidence of Mr. Savage's 
expenditure to make ihU a great attraction. 
in Ihe cast rati Raymond Hitchcock, Wil- 
liam ' C. Wteieu, Gustavo Von Hcyffertltz, 
Ttionms I!, Jscary. .Mine. Boucher, Dlttmar 
Poppin, Albert Pnllaton. Henry Coote, Percy 
Pfir^ona. Lnwrence Rea, Mme. I.ina Abar- 
banell, Fannlo Mclutyre, Betty Ohls, Flavin 
Arcarc, .leunnc Calduccl, Katharine Cooper, 
Berlyn Mortimer and Kvn Fnllon. 

(jAitttiuK TtuiATfii; (Herbert C, Duce, innn- 
iisori. — The Hoeonil week of the engagement 
of (Mara Llunmn add Tsoiils Matm. In ".Titlte 
Hon Bon," begins Monday night, xk. ■ Among 
the nrloelpHl members are: Alice (iale, Mur- 
tlu L. Alaop, Slurlel MrArthur, Marv Cecil. 
Alexandra i'liilllpB, Alf. Helton, Kdward 
Pierce, Maggie Yielding, Geoi-gc Pauncefori, 
W. Thornton Himpaon, George Lane and Belle 
Stoddard. ".Tulle Bon Botf' Is here for aa 
unlimited ntu. 

McVirKKn'H Tiiuatrb CGeorgc C. Warren, 
riiniiiiK''i). — ('otniiienclng Monday evening, 28, 
"Tho Gingerbread Man ' begins an engage- 
ment of three wceka here. The ca«t Includes : 
(ins Weinberg. HtMlc Jtcdway, George H. Pal- 
mer, Almlrn Forest. Helen Bertram. Lillian 
I.eon, Boss Know, II. L, Zledcr, W. H. Mack, 
Homer Llnd. Harriett Burt, Nellie Lynch 
and Joseph Welsh. The Coward" closed 27 
a run of ihree weeks. 

Ciiicauo Opbiia HoilBE (Lyman B. Glover, 
manager for Kohl & Castlcf. — "The Three 
tlraceH" has become, since Its revision, a 
thoroughly onlerlalulng musical comedy, and 
the east now Includes : IMna Wallace Hopper, 
Helena Frederick, Mahel Barrlson, John 
IShivln. h'rsnk Fsrrlngtoti, Sidney He Grey, 
Bert Weaton, George Daniurel, CharleK ll. 
Ruwent, Llllliin Moure, Helen Cllftoh, Hthel 
Clayton, Adelc .Oswald, Florence Craig, Helen 
Case and .Tosrnhlhe Sawyer. 

La sai.i.i: TliRATJtH (M. II. Sfnger, mana- 

fpH»). — "Tim Umpire" la now nearing Its three 
iiiudi-edth per rum) mice In Ibis city, u mark 
yet unknown In ihe hklory of local theatres. 
The fact Hint "The Umpire" 1ms been on fur 
kIk montlm doc-, not seem to hHve'any effect 
mi the attendance, the crowds keen coming, 
•lune 8 la to he souvenir night. .Tola house 
will urohHbly close for a few weeks tl^c latter 
purl of June, mnl when tbe regular seaHim 
starts, "A Square Deal" will he presented. 

tillKAT NOttTlllAlIN TllrtATRK (b'redC. EWNWi 

wanager). — Willluma and Walker, the lead- 
ing colored players of tho world, will be Ihe 
offering hero for week of 27. They will ho 
seen In "Abyssinia. "Brown's in Town" 
proved a big hit here last week. • "Bedford's 
Hope" follows June :t. 

Thk/ 

her, ' nianiijier) . — "The Little Minister" will 
Htwctra "Children of Men," Monday evening. 
28. Kllxahelli Gondii), tbe latest acquisition 
In thla company, will make her first appear- 
huco as Felice. "Graustark" uexL week. 

Ai.liAMIUtA. TllKATitK i ,l.ii nes ll. It row ii, 
innnagorl, — "A Crown uf Thorns" will l>e 
Hie nil i'lictlon week of 2K. Walter Scott, In 
"Scnjty, King of the Desert Mine." did welt 
last week. The limine closes Juuc It. 

Ai'Am.siY . t Wlllhim Itoche. manager I. — 
The closing of this Ihealro for the Hummer 
Iimh been deferred one week In order to wel- 
i<nnif< Inii'k to, Clilcago Jurob Adler, an actor 
who ultvnvs llufls large inidlences of apart 1 - 
(jtailv ltHtiMiers on Ihe Weet aide, 'rhls 
bniis" was closed last week, and will elnuu 
for 1 tie ■Hummer with Ihe end of Mr. Arilur's 
(.'nuiuu'tueui. 

Blioi' Tiikathk (Wllllnm Roche, raalin- 
gev). — starling Sunday nuitlnee, 27. Jamea 
Kvrb- MeCitrdy. In "The Old Cloihes Man." 
will liivthc nlterlng for one week. Last week 
"A Utile. Hutcnst" was the hill, and enjoyed 
good puiroiiHEC. 'I'his hoime will close June 2. 

MrUUHTir TmaTiiK (l\ K. Draper, mana- 
ger for Kohl & Castle), — Lust week's hcad- 
lluer was Pole Dal ley and hta Dlntih HIHa, 
who won great success. Bill for week of 
Mhv 2N: Claytuii White und Marie Stuart, 
Lo liny and Clayton, Nora Bayes, Sidney 
Dean and i-oinpnuy, Rnwilra and Buret t a, 
.lliumv Wall, Musical Klelst. Dlek Lynch, 
liinlly Nice, Frank Bowman, Marguerite 
Nrwiou, Hie Pier r Is, Jnines and Ce.Ha welch 
und Hie khiodrotue. Bualnesa very good. 
This IrMM) will give only two shows ■ day 
ufler June ,1. 

lll.v.Mi'11' TtniArtiK (Abe. Jncohs, miniiipnr 
fur Kniii .v Cast le >.— one of the best, bills of 
the knmm was preaen ted here fmt week. 
Nat Haines was the hcadllner. Other feat- 
ures, were: Sherman and De Forest, Lra 
Itimnilii, Julia Ring and company, Arile 
llnil. Don nntl Thompson. Henderson and 
Bowman Niuunl Kthatdo. Charlotte Havens 
crofl. Ceslallett and Hull, Fny and Uila Our- 
bvelte.'the Black Vaughners. Clovnf Conkey. 
.(•ox mid Summers, Mirthful Trio, anil the 
kliiodroiiH<. , 

Cm.i'MiU's TiiKATitK (Weber Bros., nmnn- 
gfi'H).-— Anne Suiherland'H Slock Co. will pre- 
dent "Tlieima" for week heulnning 27. For 
week of June :i, "Resurrection." 

ClllTKWIO.N TllKATKK 1 Jubti It. Hogaii, man- 
agiTK-Al, W. Martin's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" 
Co. will he the uttering here week beginning 
27. Lust week, "When the World Sleeps. 
Phis theatre closed June 2. 

F11U.Y TitKATitK i.niun A. Fennessy. man- 
Igerl, — The Umpire Burlenqnera will he the 
hill here for one week romnienelng with tbe 
Hmiduv ninllnee, 27. A piny. In Iwo nets, 
entitled "Cnsey and the Green Bod Club," Is 
the vehlil" wtiich will disclose n eoterle of 
vtviicloiiH girts uud ii corp« uf clever come- 
^7J7usr~W"iTTm Cu.ir.iW-lL--3««.vMJ*ft^a)0ipauy. 
The Slar Khiiw Glrla whs Inst week'a attrac- 
tion. 

Tkucadeho iiieaibe (I, M, .WclogarteD, 



manager).— Htirry llnatlngfl' Black Crook- Jr. 
Burlesquera are billed here week of 27. This 
is said to Im> a rrlsn entertainment, In which 
Mile. Devere, Hastings add Sheldon, and the 
La Bella Troupe of acrobats offer tbelr spe- 
cialties. The Ron Tons closed a week of 
good business Saturday, 2(i. Tbc Trocadero 
Stock Co. will start Its annual Summer en- 
gagement here Julie :i. 

Bi-'HON's Tin: a 'mi: (Sid. J. Kuson, mana- 
ger!. — Plenty of burleHipie, farce comedy und 
vaudeville Is the announcement for the com- 
itig week. The Toreiidor Biirlesquers, a 
comely chorus uud numerous comedians, will 
be seen. ".Miss Dodo's Reception" and "The 
Spanish Bull Fight" arc the burlesque num- 
bers, add tho Foley Bros., who were formerly 
with George Primrose : Irwin and Bu Watt, 
the Ama'tOB. Harry Harvey, Dirk Brown, and 
(he new series of living pictures are listed for 
the olio. Business Is good at this Iheatre. 

Lokdox Dimb Mi;mbum (William J. Swee- 
ney, manager). — The following arc booked In 
the curio hall for week of 28 : Ne Na Moosa, 
Indian Trlncess; the VnldttrnB, Illusionists; 
Nelson, tbe armless painter; Mile. Brown, 
mind reader, and Paige, the clay modeler. 
In the theatre: Jennie McCoy, Irene Blair, 
Ciara Hill, and Hull's moving pictures. 

Claiik SrnKET Museum (Louis M. Hedges, 
manager). — Chauncey Moreland, who tips 
, the scales nt ;ir,o pounds, will lead the list 
of -attractions including; Hugh McCorkick, 
ventriloquist ; Dolllc Watson, sword dancel". 
Irene McKeever, and Bean and Dukln. In 
the theatre will be: Winner and Fields. 
Pearl Lavine, Dan Keating, tbc Parkers, and 
Prof. Lafayette. 

Whitk city (Paul D. Hnwse, general man- 
nger). — In the face of uupropltlous weather. 
White City lift;' demonstrated that it has a 
place In the affect Ions of tbe people. Since 
the opeplng, which whs the coldest day uf 
the month, the .ticket sellers were swamped. 
The dally attendance haa been greater than 
any like number of consecutive days of last 
year, even In the most torrid part of the 
Summer. The park Is rilled with new at- 
tractions. Amusements new to Chicago have 
been Installed, Jewell's manlklos, a new 
marionette show, la attracting' a great deal 
of attention. Big Otto and Ills trained anl- 
imilrj furnish tbe 'circus element that waa 
last year lacking at. the park. The. Chicago 
Fire inul Midget City are Iwo shows that 
ore ihe premier attraction* of this p luce. 

San Kocct park (Leonard Wolf, mana- 
ger) — Thla amusement park opened Satur- 
day. -MS. Much money has been spent In pro- 
viding new features, preserving the lawns, 
flower beds, shade trees and tbc electric 
fountain. Amoiig the- new features arc u 
acetilc railway, with n two mile ride; roller 
master, with a mile of dips nnd turns'. Mld- 
wuy colonade, dance pavilion, circle swing, 
alligator farm, laughing gallery. Illusion the- 
aire and midget land. The vaudeville Die- 
utre has been completely remodeled, and the 
best ' acts available will be produced. ,1'u<> 
bookings for the tlrst week, aa made by Kohl 
&. Castle, are: Rose and Kills. Ham Hplngold 
nnd company, Mualcul Goolmans, Itocco voc- 
co, Charles I^degar, and Kcveral other acts. 

Itivi-usmi: PAng (William M. Johnson, 
mannger). — Of the several Summer ntmiFe- 
ruent pt'rks opening tbe season In Chicago 
2U, Rivcrvlew Is the largest In area. It also 
Iihn undergone many costly Improvements. 
This was formerly known as Shapshootcrs' 
Park, and, although It has been conducted aa 
Jin amusement park for two yenrfi, It has 
never before entered the Held of Summer en- 
tertainments 'upon it scale so pretentious as 
this year. Located In a most desirable part 
of the city, nnd having nn area of fifty acres 
It possesses, -with this year's shows, and other 
Improvement*, nil that seems necessary' for 
Micceful Hummer entertainments. The Igor- 
role vllltigc, Rollln's Wild Animal Show, fhe 
ostrich farm, Hie crocodile ranch, the Ger- 
man Hippodrome, the electric theatre and 
other attractions will be offered. Kyrl's Band 
will he heard here for two weeks. 

Thk Ciiuthm. — The gates of this park 
opened Saturday, 211, offering surprises at 
every (urn. Francesco Pozzl'a Band of forty 
musicians begins the season with a t'oncert, 
and will be heard dally henceforth. Enlarged, 
re- en forced, beautified and made almust a new 
world of amusement, the big West side park 
opens the season with a bright outlook. Be- 
sides all the devices of last seusuu, this park 
offers as means of pleasure an "Arabian 
Dreamland." Temple Plra. the spectacles. 
Dawn of the Xew World, the Prince of 
India and the Wandering Jew. A giant 
autotualon which draws portraits, the elec- 
tric theatre, motion pictures, Ihe velvet 
coaster, the mystic rill, ligure eight toboggan, 
aerostats and flying swings are rivals for 
popular favor. 

An-KitMATit. — Madeline Le Boenf and Rhea 
Clemens were Ci.iri'Kit Bureau callerH Thurs- 
day. These two voting ladles arc members 
of "Foriy-flve . Minutes ' from Broadway," 
which Is enjoying such a. prosperous run at 

the Colonial II. ll. Wbltller, muimger 

l'or'AI. W.' Martlu's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Co., 
called here Thursday. He informs me that 
business with the above company has been 
exceedingly good ...... .Manager Kobold, of 

Mm Winnipeg. Canada, was In town all the 

week. Ho left (his city Friday. 25 

William A. Lang next season will operate 
ihe Majestic Theatre, Krle, Pa. Ills house* 
will open June 1 T. L. Bradford, secre- 
tary of the. Dallas Arms Co,, nnd also In- 
terested In the Interstate circuit, was in 
tnwn May 22-2U Robert Carter and com- 
pany will play Keith's, Cleveland, week of 
28. After Hint they will play the Ktisteru 
vaudeville theatres. ...... .The Lu Mnolnes 

called 211. They are booked solid until 
September Leonard Brln In now treas- 
urer or Ibe Colonial Theatre, this cltv, and 
Ralph T. Kettering, Is assistant treasurer. 

The Actors* Church Alliance held a 

meeting Friday afternoon, 25, at the Masonic 
Temple. Kdwurd B. Hass was the guest of 

honor ■. Fny, Coley and Fay were cullers 

Saiuriluy. 2d. They play logeraoll Park. 
De« Moines, la., week of 28. Mr. Coley will 
spend his vacation this year at bis home In 

Raleigh. N. V Kherns and t.olc plaved 

the Olympic Theatre, this d(y, week of May 
14.. They hsve algned with the Buys, in - 

"Down the Pike,"' for next season (in 

Thursdn y. May 24, a baseball game was 
nlayed at the American league, ('rounds, 
Ire t ween the nutnugera of Chicago and the 
vaudeville actors wlm happened to Iki hi 
town on that date. The contest was » great 
success financially, and Hie reeelpis of tin 
name were turned over to u> committee wlm 
will send the proceeds to San Frauds.-.) for 
the relief of the members of the profcHKloii 
who are there now In destitute elrciim- 
stances. The managers' nine consisted uf 
Kdivard C. I layman. Jake Slernnd, Frana 
Buck. Chris, ll. Bi-Own, C. T. Rnrtnon, Adolph 
Meyers. William A. Lung, Walter Keefe and 
John Nash. Manager Harry J. Armstrong 
waa III and could not appear. The actors 
nine was: Dick Gardner, \iclor Moore, Clias. 
Prince, Boh Carter. James J. Morton. Arm- 
Klrong nnd Campbell. Harry Splngold and 
lUilre Burdell. Charles li. Kllnatrlck um- 
pired pari of the game. The ornelal umpire 
was James J. Morton. Nine Innings were 
played, and the score was fifteen to fourteen, 
In favor of the actors. Among the ladles 
present were: Mrs. Victor Moore, (Vila 
Bloom. Nellie Rellly. Sadie Jacobs. Auna For- 
ces. Anna Scherer, Cora Bench Turner, 
Allle Newell, Mrs. Splngold. Josephine Saw- 
yer. Madeline Le Boenf, Rhea Clemens, Mrs. 
doolman. nnd eereral others. Manuger John 
Nash, of Detroit, who wax called here to 
participate In the game, proved one of the 
strongest players nil the managers' ulne. ns 
did also Messrs. Brown, llayu.au. Stcrnad and 
Buck. Walter Keefe, who nt ono time was 
a professional player, scorcdi aereral runs. . . . 
Recent eriaawmenht njrnje ^ 'lirojrgh, Ben- 
rti'tt'n Drhnmllc Kirnahfie. niuiiiii' tiie 'fol- 
lowing ' Hettle Bernard t base. Brlau Darlev, 
D V, .Muvdouk, Julia Gray und Geo. 1. Cua- 



Heden, wlth^ Broadwey Theatre Block Co.. 
Mm St. Loula; A. W. Fordyre. with Johuson. 
Combs & Button: Cleo. A. .Wood and 'Jack 
Dbblvan. with "The Little Outcast" Co. ; 
Kthel Jordan, with "A Royal Blftve" Co.: 
Bessie Dean, FrllzAdama, Ada Zell, with the 
Helssmen Stock Co., Atlanta. Gn. P Mr. and 
Mrs. (leo. Olml, with the-Suburban Stock Co, 
Kt Louts. Mo.: Frank De.Veraort, with the 
Helwcca Warren Hummer Stock Co., Ittdlan- 
apollB, Ind. : Mr. and Mrs. Frank De Vernon, 
with "As Told In the Httls" Co., for next 
Reason: Alice LovpIhco, R. F.'Bartlctt. Beit 
Herbert, with the Howard Theatre Stock : 
Trlxle Lewis, with "An Aristocratic Tramp" 
Co.: Raymond Whltlakcr, with the Long 
Beach Hlock Co.. Los Angeles, Cal. : 
B. E. O'Connor, with tbc Livingston Stock 
Co.. Peoria, III.: Bertie Hnrtram, with Ihe 
Marks Bros.' Stock Co.: Allen Kelly, Will 
Burnett nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Adams, 
stock. Cedar Baplds, la.; r.ilie Beit, with 
the Baker Stock Co., Rocheater, N. Y. : Fred- 
erick Bernard, with the Broadhtirst & Currle'a 
"The Coward" Co. : Gus Mortimer, Mabel 
Florence '.and Julia Stuart. In stock, ngden, 
Utah ; Kdlth Forrest. Sarah Cameron, Mrs. 
Thomaa J.'Keoflgh, Kdlth De ValniABeda, W. 
If. Reynolds, Oeo. A. Beane and Mark J. 

Kllison, with "Brown's In Town'" Co 

The official band of the St. I-ouls World's 
Fair, headed by William Well, will ojpen the 

rropi.htr Col iscu ir ' Garden this evening, and 
naugurate tbe fourth seaaon of Summer 
music. 



NOTICB TO COHBK8PONDEt\TS. 



Onr theatrical concvpondciits arc hereby 
notified that the credential* now held bu 
them expired on June l. They arcrcqttefltid 
to return them to this office at. once, for 
renewal for iSQ6-iW. 

•«-»+ 

MASSACHUSETTS. 



Bottlon. — with two new productions 
offered ut tbe local theatres, and the opening 
of the season at Woodland and Norumbegn 
Parks, the week' promises to be an Interest- 
ing one theatrically. "Young Fornald," with 
Henry Miller and Margaret Anglta, will have 
Its premier at the 'MuJeflilc on Monday, 28, 
and "The Man from Now," In which Harry 
Bulger Is starred, will be seen for the first 
time at the Tromont on Decoration Diiv. 
"Buster Brown," at the (,lobe, 1b the only 
other change, of " bill noted in current theat- 
ricals, aside from the nisioniary stock, vaude- 
ville and burlesque shifts. Ben <; rent's 
Woodland Players will lie seen at Brookllne 
on Monday add Tuesday. 

Ma.tk«tiv: (A. L. Wilbur, manager).— Conv 
iiicnclng May 28, and for one week, Henry 
Miller nnd Margaret Auglln will lie seen In 
tbe iir.it production on any sluge. of "Young 
Frriutld,' a comedy, by Rveiyu Greeoieaf 
Sutherland and Beulah Dlx. The company 
in support Includes: Mrs. Thomas Wblffen. 
Bertram Harrison, Arthur R. Lawrence, Jack 
Standing and Ruth Wilding. During the past 
fortnight. Margaret Angllo, In *'Zlra," pleased 
large and enthusiastic audiences. "The Tour- 
ists" will come June 4, for what, it Is hoped, 
will be a Summer run. 

Tkemont (John B. Schoeffel, manager). — 
"The Man from Now," a musical novelty, 
from tbe pen of John Kcndrlck Bangs and 
Vincent P. Bryan, with mu&lc by Manuel 
Klein, will have Its premier Wednesday after- 
noon. May UO. Hnrry Bulger is the star, and 
the compnnv will Include: Helen Hule, Fran- 
c-la Demerest, Battle Arnold. Walter Law- 
rence. Chus. Meyers, Geo. O'Donncll, Lucy 
Tonga and John Keefe. H. W. Savage makes 
tbc production, which Is scheduled for uu all 
Summer run. "The Stolen Story" had three 
weeks of good business, closing May litf. 

Colonial (Cbas. Frohman, Bich & Harris, 
miinageiH).— Grace George, In "lTie Marriage 
of William Ashe," ended a successful two 
ivt'cks' engagement 'J(J, and also closed the 
regular season of this house. After a week 
of darkness the house will reopen June 4, for 
a Summer season, with Richard- Carle, in 
"The Mayor of Tuklo." 

Gr.o»E (Stair & Wilbur, managers). —The 
closlug attraction of the season here is 
"Buster Brown," which will lie given nine 
times this week. The Marvelous Fays had 
three weeks of good business, ending May - r U. 

Emciiu: (Boston Amusement Co., 'mana- 
gers). —"Mrs. Dane's Defense' 1 will engage 
the stork forces this week, with John Craig 
and Kalbcrlne Grey leading. "Too Much 
Johnson" convulsed the large audiences Inst 
week. "The Private Secretary" -next. 

Casti.k SyrjAiiK (Boston Stage Society, 
managers!. — "The .lilt." by the. stock, this 
week, closing the regular season of Ihe house. 
"fhrlstoi>|]pr ,lr" was a pleasing bill Inst 
week. A Summer season of" opera will he 
Inaiigurnled June 4, with "The Mikado" as 
Hie opening bill. J. K. Murray, Clara Lane:, 
Josephine Bnrtlett. Hntlle Belle Ladd and 
Geo. Shields arc some of the principals on- 
guced. 

Bowi-oin Sih-aui-: <G. 8. Lothrop, mana- 
ger).— "Big Hearted Jim," by the Lothrop 
Slock Co., (his week, following coramcndable 
patronage of "The Merchant of Venice." The 
work of Charles Miller. Charlotte Hunt and 
Henry Alexander, lu the leading roles, was 
deserving of note. For neit week, "Down 
by the Seu." 

Kkitu's (B. F. Keith, manager).-— Katie 
Barry Is the featured attraction «f the cur- 
rent bill. Others are: W. C. Fields, Jules 
and Kiln Garrison. Willard SlmmB and com- 
pany. Four fords, Snyder and Hockley, 
1 relies dogs. Kthel Clifton aiiilcompaby. 
the Teiijl Troupe, Ed. Gray; S|. John and Le 
rem, the Re-Anos, Mile. I'sdiiH, and new 
moving pictures. Buslne«» holds good. 

HoWAW (Carl TO. r*olhnm. huslnnw man- 
ager).— This is ihe finalweek of Ihe season 
at the Old Howard, and a capital bill names: 
Jesslcu Cree. Lew Well», Three Madcaps, Al. 
(arleton, Diamond and Smith, ltawls and 
Kaufman. Dan Mnlumby, -Kemptou and Mur- 
dock, McDade nnd Welcome Frederick, the 
Howurrtsctme, and the Howard Riirlesiiuers. 
with Geo. B. Alexander, In "A Ilut Klnhh? 
A new bill will be given Juoe 4. for tho 
benefit of the fnmUy of the la(e William Me- 
Avoy^for many years mil auger or tills house. 

I.vckhh (C. H. Batcheller. manager!.— 
BherMaiVa city Sports Co. tills week. "All In 
One MgliL ' Is the burleaiiue vchlrlc, mid the 
Hllton-Hoefer TrOnjie, Mile. Le Cov 'and 
Flossie (laylor are prominent la the olio, 
Ihe Transoceanic Co. fared well lust week 
wM'uW'fJ. 11, ft l **" rrpll i maimger).— T. 
». LMiiklns Miss Clover BurleNipiers are ten- 
V ,l,K !!!'.1. w ' , * k * WU1 Hagen, .lea nolle Dnpre, 
Lew Phillips and Stella STayneld are the com- 
imny PHdei-s. nno Morrlstin nnd Berwick head 
ihe olio. Ihe Innocent Maids enjoyed good 
business last week. * 

Paui'B (C. H. Waldron, liiantiger) .— The 
stoclt burlesipic compnnv CnntlmtPH to pros- 
per here. New vaudeville fra hires this week 
are: Murphy and Andrews. Adolph Adams, 
Bohannon anil Corey, and Harry Monroe 

Austin & Stonh'k Muskum (A. -B. White 
manaBcrl.— In curio hall week of Muv 'M • 
Honolillii StiulentH' (.Ret- Club',' Joe 'Hood, 
pool expert: the Robertns, Impalement act 
the Msizonls, king and miceii of luindcuffs ; 
'Irlxle, wmke rnchnutim<.. and the Bucllsh 
Peep Show. In the thealre. the MlnstrW 
Mulds will celebrate their fiftieth continu- 
ous week, with specialties b<v Ida Campbell 
Pearl Hudson. Minnie Burke Urace Howard 
SW la St. Glair. Violette Dale. Lu1u"k«W 
Delhi Bnnney, lrma Grant. Dorolhv Morton 
'lorn hdwdrds, (.'tms. Clark. Henry Mevers 
Mile, \lvlan. Prof. Johuaou. John Maiilev, 

u&JSHl! NSSr***** llc,eup KoblnBon, 
Marion aud Marron, Lamonte nnd Peulette 
opplnger and Crawford, nnd Jnmea and 
R Miai-d*. Business Is cxwHent. 

gen.— Curio hull: Floi-enco Carler lad? ear- 
tooulst; the Juggling RUeTObSTUC 



hoy-Tnaglclan, and a novel content beini^n 
voting ladles. Gn the stage are: Harrln nntl 
Harbach. Blanch Lorlng. Blanch Snvm 
Grade Walsh, Pearl Arnold, Jennie Fay. i,ni,J 
Coufthtln, tbe bioscope, and Nina Scui-lc* 
RedTUiveo Blirlesqtiera. Business Is good. 

Ni«;XEtonliox (W. II. Wolffe, manager) _ 
In amo hall: The soubrettes' convention- 
delegates: Dolllc Clifford, 'Amelia Garvin 
ArtnTe'lVulsh. Florence 1 Glbbs, Lllllsu c H n,' r ' 
Flbra De I.eon, Bene O'Day, l^oles Bavin : 
tbe Snakeilnos, contortlOnlsls. nnd Jnmmrv 
Jacobs. In the theatre : WolftVs All Si«V 
Specialty Co.' Olio— The Clevelands, snlli. 
van and Murphy. Geo. Howard, Uultctlu SN- 
tera and May Moore. 

\ViiNi)i;itMsi> Park (Floyd C Thompson 
general manhUer).— Thla new resori at Up! 
fere Beach will open for the season May ;,u 
Among the many concessions ure : Flgutinx 
ibe Flames, Fatal Wedding, Love's Journey 
Hell Gate, the chutes, open air circus, musi' 
cal railway, Japanese village, Wild West 
show, children's theatre, etc. 

NouuMJuniA Park (Carle Alberto, mans- 
g«r).— SeaaOn at this park opens |bj jti 
with the following bill In the rustic theatre" 
The Jackson Family, Musical Simpson. Cooper 
uud Robinson. Reed's terriers und the ton* 
graph. Two pcrformancca will be given dallv. 

.No'ci:s. — Sunday concert bill at the /W. 
duln Square: Myles McCarthy and compativ 
Retlford and Wlncheatei*. Newell nnd .Vlbiii 
Chaa. H. Duncan, Sid Baxter, Handy .'iw' 
man and Larry O'Connor, Mrs. Leslie l-'vans 
und company, Loti Mbrgun. Dynes and Dyne* 
and tbe Raaorka T. F. Thomas bas 

in! nod the stock burlesque company i,t. the 
»*!ace .'.'.•.< -The rustic theatre at l-exiogtou 

Pftrk will open for tbe season June IS 

The Fadette Woman's Orchestra will begin 
their annual Summer engagement at Keith's. 

June 4 Chaa. "Sandy" Chapman bss 

been engaged to 1 sing at Wonderland Park 

during the Summer Boolon lodge nf 

Blks will dedicate, on Memorial Day. hi Mi 
Hope Cemetery,- n monument In honor or 
Charles A. S. Vivian, founder of the I'lks 
In this country, and also a memorial In honor 
of John II. Dec, a past exalted ruler of Ron- 
ton lodge.. .... .The Barnum A Bnlley Khon 

la due In this city week of June IS. 

I N H' l| ■■' ■'" 

liniTcll.-— The Academy of Mush- (Rich- 
aid F. Murphv,' manager) closed a very aw- 
ceasfiit season May 20. Last week's bill, 
"Lovers* Lane," gave- the beat of eftllefec 
tlon, and Augustus 1'hllllps deserved special 
mention for excellent work In the leading 
role. W. L. West, Ben F. Wilson, James 
Montgomery. Victor De Lacy, Sumner Gunl, 
Jessie McAllister. Bijou Washburn. Sadli* 
Radclllfe, Julia Varney and Reeky ltlford 
all did fetl 

Hathaway's (John I. Shannon, resident 
manager), — The Hathaway Stock Co., Bsr- 
wald and Lefflngwcll, managers, offered "Cnio- 
hertHird '(11" last week. The play was vi- 
celleutly i-ostumed and singed. A. St. Clare 
Bvers and Marie Falls; In the loading roles, 
deserved the' applause they received. Jack 
Cbagnon, H S. Aniflerson. Nnl LeOincwell. 
Wm. H. Barwuld, Roland Gordon, Kleannr 
Windom, Marcella I'"orreste, Marjorle Fletcher 
und Dickie Delaro all won new laurels. This 
week. "The Ticket of- Leave Mhu," wlib A. 
St. Clare Kvers in leading role. 

Lakgvu-w Pauk has undergone its usual 
brightening, and opened with a band con- 
cert 27. Among the many outdoor plrss- 
urea, the Ingeraoll Co.' has- erected a ?lani 
roller coaster. -Harry KHtredge will direr t 
the orchesti-a In the dance iiavlllon. The 
theatre, under direction of J. .1. Klynii, ojictis 
June 25. 

C.vnobkb Lakk Park -opened with baud 
concerts 2d, and the rest of the outdour 
amnsementa here open the current week. The 
thealre opens with stock opera, in be known 
as the Oariobee Lake Opera Co., July 2, and 
will cbangelts bill weekly. 

Willow Dam. Park will be inangn rated by 
Ibe owners, the Bowers Brothers, and a roll- 
nway will be the leading feature. wBli occa- 
sionally an outdoor attraction of merit. 

Notes. — Billy Nelson, formerly manager of 
the People's Theatre, writes that Pawnee 
Bill's Wild West Is enjoying hip hnslne**., aud 
that tbe'followlug Lowell people are member-. 
of the company: The Ininans, Hairy anil 
Btlti: Joe Manley, Tommy Jones, Fred HBllJ 

and Billy Nelaon .lame* Montgomery will 

star next season in "The Ped dler.' 

Sltrliijr field.— At the Court Souare (P. 
0. (i It more, manager) the second weeks 
offering of the Hunter-Bradford Stock i ». 
was '^Christopher Jr." which took well will, 
audiences or good proportions. As Dora. 
Julia Booth had a role which fitted her to h 
nicety. Henry Kolker played his rote In a 
forceful manner. May Forbes, as -l\ell e, 
waa pleasing, and Herbert Cortbell. as Hut 
austere parent.'was ail that could be deslreif. 
Tho others of tbe company were well cast. 
"Alabama" this week. 

Pqm'k (J. C. C'riddle, resident manager). 
. — Poll'a Own Stock Co. opened lis Sununer 
engagement Muy 21. with "A Bachelors lt»- 
mlince," to a crowded house. May nierK- 
well* at once Jumped Into favor as the sini|»w 
country malrfen. and she was most conviiic- 
lift. Ruth A. Blake was Impressive as lleleii 
Le Grand. Harry Burkhnrdr. gave a «"? I(1(l 
presentation of David Holmes, and ■HIIHhh 
Mr Key did an excellent bit of character work. 
"Why Smith Left Home" -May 28, for the 

NoTWfv— The first advertising ear of Bar- 
num ft Bailey's Circus i-eacheii this city -"• 
and soon windows Hbowed the announcement 
Ihnt the "big show" would visit, ns June -- 

at Hampden Park Col. Cumm ns wllrt 

West brigade. 21, filled all the bill board* 
and available apace with poster*, calling «■ 
leotlon to the fact the show would be win 

ny June U In spite of the large an- 

dlences which were in attendance at ins 
Music Festival, there Is a deficit to be mad« 
up by those vvho guaranteed the rnnceris. 
....Howard K. Regal, at, one 'lime the dra- 
matic editor of T/tr, Surlmiflrtd «f/"'W/ ( ''*: 
hna been promoted to tbe local edllnrshU '' [ 

the name paper .Daisy Gary, of Brtia* 

has returned to her home after a season vvu 
the isdles orchestra of "The Beauty and IW 

Bcust" Co Snrali Bernhardt wll ■£ 

pear, under canvas. In a location yel '" ™ 
chosen. June 8. George Whitney In loosing 
after this engagement. ' 

"New Bedford.—At Hathnway'a IJ. M- 
Hathaway, manager) Hathaway S J .'* :'t 
produced "'rW Cowboy arid the Lady w™ 
of May 81, to excellent business. » m 
Jenus" 28 nnd week. M .v 

NBW Bwwian (Win. B. Cross, "niiusger i. 
—Mildred Holland. 20, 2tt. had nod paw 
neas. Claire Stock Co. 28 and week. 

Ravoy (W. fl. Shine.- manager).— «■; 
Shine, representing -Archie Shepard. W " 
ting on a good moving picture show IB ■"'■ 
house, to good business. 

tea 

bla __ 

.and quietly worrying Julia Welbe.. 

girl. Mr. O'tjonncll and wife are no-v cnJ"J 

Ihg if trip to Nova S cot In. 

Lynn — At. the Auditorium (Hurry KiLo* 
manager), notwlllmtnndlng the warm n"!A 
or, the Httendanco continued go™ '," 
closing day la June 10. ' Bill week nr WW 
28: Mr. and Mra. Gene Hughes, t oru i-.i«> 
the Zlngarl Trlu. Mazuii and Mazette. "^ 
bcri's do^e, Black and Jones, Howard nn" 
North, nnd tbe moving pictures. . . 

N'tTRR.— Leonora Robertson. WW* «■" 
of "The Liberty Belles" Co., «n*et, k Ba 5 
t» at Nnhaut. Maaa., la now *»* "5 
parenla for the Summer. It M*J5S 
Mke was in tho San Francisco earthqua«. 
nnd great fear waa expressed by I» p ^T h /t 

nt ihat time ahe ftibt la-'^"^* /;„ 'jT,in if " 
Kataea. aasodated with the AuditonuBi, « 



iibv.-, iw kudu uiiBiuer*B. .„hae. 

Notk.— Jos, O'Connelt, the popular ona« 
i lender of Hathaway's Theatre. siirnrh-M 
i many friends by going to Newport, ii. ••■ 



JUNF2. 



/TJrfcfaJ. asrapfW- -Y0EK GlflKPEK. 



•411 



visiting la Chicago and other Westetn cities. 

Worcfrter.- At the Franklin Squire (J. 
K Burke, resident manager) , week of May 
■>8 will be the farewell week of the Malcolm 
Williams Stock Co, They will prodnce "Miss 
Hoobi." "MlM"fcohgWtow. who Is to; be with 
the Franklin* Square Stock Co.. which Is to 
oaei .Tune 4. Mil be seen In the cast. Last 
week Mr. Williams aud 1)1h company played 
•Camllle." as; produced br Mme. Bernhardt, 
to excellent pWonage. The work of F)or« 
eoce Reed, In tbe title role, and Unit of 
'Regan rHwghstoU; as -Duval,' showed, marked 
ohiiity' Air; William* did not appear, but 
bis • work In dlrecrlog made: the production 
a complete sifccess. Week of- 'June 4 the 
Franklin Suunre Stock Co. will open with 
■The Christian." 

Tt>u'H (Chas. W. Fonda, resident matin- 
ser i .—Week " of May 28,' llm three days, 
Daniel Ryan, In "A Roy Lover." Last three 
days. "The Fntal Wedding." Week .of June 
4 "Haralet-'-'ond ^Jim.'tbe Penman." Last 
week the company produced "We Are King," 
to good 'advantage. ' >"' ■ 

PahK Thkatjie (Atf. T. Wilton, manager). 
—Week of May liS the Carlton-Moore Players 
will prodtice "A Break for Liberty." Last 
week the company ployed' "Tbe Road to 
'Frisco," to good pHtronsge. 

■WrtiTP. CitV \(V. H. Bfeelow, manager).— 
Week of -8 nearly all the attractions* will 
he in full running order. John .1. McMahon, 
the h[gh diver; the Four La Pearls, and the 
Wolf BrOtlierR ore ttook.ed.for special attrac- 
tions. A fireworks d Up I ay on Decoration 
Day. 

i.aKB (Wor. Consol. St. Ry. Co., niano- 
-ers).— Week of .28, one -of J. W. Gorman's 
companies. In the rustic tlieatre. 

Notes. — An animal. demonstration of pop- 
ularity took place at the FrnnkUn, evening 
of 20, wtiieii -v.-us the last performance In 
which Clnvton l#gge would make his appear- 
um with the. ; .Malcolin Williams Co. He was 
not on'.v .greeted wltn volumes of applnuKe, 
but wosApresebted with .a bulldog, a gold 
watch and a score of floral tributes. It Is 
rumored tbot Mr. I<egge will, before loug, 
head his own company. .... .John Cumlter- 

laud. of .the Williams Company, has been en- 
gaged with the new Franklin Nuunre Brack 

Co Mr. -Williams rind, his company 

will close Jnnp 2. after a most successful 
year and more im the Franklin Square Thea- 
tre. The rhratregoldg people of Worcester 
express- their: deepest regrej at their depart- 
tir but hope that they may return for tbe 
season of Ift00-1M)7. 
■ 

North AdnniN. — At the Empire (.ToUnF. 
Hultlvan, manager* "As 'Ye Bow," Moy 22, 
had line business, and pleased Immeusely. 
ThlB attraction dosed toe season at ruin 
bouse, which lias been aauceesafut one. " 

Richmond (Wm. P. Meade, manager). — 
The l'\ M. T. A, Drum Corps (local) pre- 
sented "Ten Nights lo a Bnr Room" 24, to 
excellent business. It was a very creditable 
performance for amateurs, and was put on 
under tbe direction of Richard T. O'Brien, 
B' local boy. who bas had much experience la 
the professional line. * 

Notbs.— Mae LOrkln,, who has been with 
"The Ham Tree" Co,, the uust season, is at 

her home In this city for toe Summer 

Thomas (Jaffey. the popular trap drummer of 
the Richmond Theatre orchestra, of'thbr city, 
will have charge of an orchestra at Atlantic 
City during tbe Summer, hut will return In 
the Fall and resume his old place In the Rich- 
mond orchestra ...... .Hooaac Valley Perk 

will open Its regular season about June 10. 
Light opera and vaudeville will be the- prin- 
cipal lines of mtertalnmenU 

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Fall River — At the Savoy (Al. Hayne, 
mauuger) "The Cowboy and the Ijady" was 
the offering Inst week, and played to good 
biittlne.HN. Corlnne Cant well und Harmon it. 
MaeGregor were excellent, and worthy of 
special" raenlloii. Week of May 28, -'The 
Hnnator." — ■ 

Sherdv's (C. K. Cook, manager). — Week 
of 28, .1. Frank Burke and his stock com- 
pany will produce "The Pace that Kills." 
Last week the company gave n very credit- 
able production of "Land of the. Midnight 
8tin." : Mr. Burke/ In tbe lead, did bis best 
i ' -K of tna engagement.- find <merlted .the 
commendation received. Gustave Oauss, Ev- 
fiett A:ttneh and 'Bert Walters were worthy 
of mention. 

■Mckumjdeon (D. It. Buffinton, manager). 
—Week of -28: Lillian Belmont, the Mar- 
quanda, Billy Nasmythj Geo. C, Chandler and 
nlckelBcope. Business good. 
■ ■ ■i * i i ' ■ 

Hnivuke.- At the Opera House (Law- 
ler Bros., manegera) Creatore's.. Band came 
May 25, to good business. The Jewish Opera 
Co. June 1, Mrs. Leslie Carter II. 

Notes. — Barnum & Bailey's Circus will 
show here June 11.. . . .'.'Ben Greet's Wood- 
land Players will give two open ulr perform- 
ances at Mt. Holyoke College May HI 

Kva Tanguny linn nrrlved nt her borne In this 
city, where Rhe will spend the Summer. She 
Jins purchased a ninety v acre farm a few 
-mites from: Holyoke, where she will have a 
Summer residence built. Miss Tanguay is 
having a new ploy written- for ber, entitled 
"A Good Fellow, 5 which she will etnr In 
next season. 



La Drew, In "Tbe Daffy Dame;" Ethel 
Whltesldes and her pickaninnies; Empire 
Stock Company, la "Buffalo Bill, or Life on 
tbe rrontler," and the clnematojtrapb. 

Hrcla (J. J. Clinton, manager).— "A Vic- 
tim of -Circumstances," uinalcat eomedy. week 
of 21, with Kddle Hlgglns betwen the arts. 

Notkk.— The performances of Sarah. Bern- 
hardt nt ■'Venire, a seaside resort uliout jdx- 
teen .miles from Los Angeles, were, very suc- 
cessful, the proceeds of the three perform- 
ances being reported as *18,O0O. Culafferll- 
■IPs Italian Baud served as orchestra. A- 
fine trolley syHtem of transit furnished I#s 
Angeled people ho easy and -comfortable 
means of attending, Great credit Is due 
■T«nE. Behytner, who. In tbe face of what 
appeared tn be iDSurnioiintnble obstacles, 

handled tbe eugatement so ably Frank 

Plxley. the playwright, Is again lu Southern 
California, after his return from Japan, 
where he gathered material for many new 

productions Harry, C. Beets, of Deets 

nnd Don, died In Los Angeles May 15, from 
consumption. He has made Mh home tu 
Southern California for many years, and had 
Jjosts of good friends bere. 

» ■ i ■' ■■■■ 

Oakland.— At tbe Mncdonough (Chas. P. 
Hall, monngeri (be Elleford Stock Co., In 
"The ; Plunger." hud capacity bonnet* week 
ending May 20. "Hello, Bill/' 21-27, "Light- 
house Robberv" follows, 

Liberty t II. W. BUtiop, manager) I — 
Bishop's Company of - Players, la "The Man 
from Mexico," drew excellent bouses. Same 
bill to <27, Llbcfty Stock Co., In "Hearts 
of Tennessee," 28-Jnne !1. 

Ipoit.v Park CvVTIl L. Greeubaum. mana- 
ger).— The Idora Park Opera Co.. in "The 
Mikado," did tine business. Same hill to 27. 
•'Tbe Chimes of Normundy" 28-June n. 

Bull t lid. Homan, manager). — Attrac- 
tions 21) nnd week: Botbwell Brown and 
company, presenting ■ ■ "The Pawnbroker's 
Troubles:' Kelly und VlolU»tte, tbe Parkers, 
in comedy sketch ; Bentley, on the xylo- 
phone, und motion pictures. Business was 
to capacity last week. 

.Novfci.TV (Touy Liiueittkl, manager). — 
Features 21) and week: Westou and Hath- 
away, presenting "O'Dunnvaii Dunn, M. P. ;" 
Dick Mnck, mouologlst ; Gllroy, Hayes and 
MoniRomery. In 'Pink Ryed Pete;" Crouch 
and Blchards, In-musical act, aud «motlon 
plcti|fes. , Business. Is good, 

' — i — ■».» ! — 

NOTICE TO CORRGSPONUKNTS. 



Our theatrical cormpuHdcnfa are hereby 
notified that the credential) noio livid by 
fhew expired on June 1. They are. requested 
tu return them to thin -office ut once, for 
rcneual for tm-Mn. 

4 »» 

PENNSYLVANIA. 



Lawrence. — At the Colonial (AI. Haynes. 
manager). "When We Were Twenty-one. 
May 21-2(1, played to good business. "The 
Lout Paradise" 28 nud week. 

Note. — Tlios KerBhflw luis resigned bis po- 
sition as lender of the orchestru. to accept 
u similar position -at Laucimter. Maaa. Ar- 
thur B; Josselya Um replaced blm. 
. .. » ■ * 

C Al.irOHMA. 



Lua Anicelea. — Atthe Mason Opera House 
01. C. Wyatt, manager) the Abbott & 
Bryant Opera Co. opened a brief eugagemen: 
j*ia> 24. presenting a Vn Dlavolo, ,r "Er- 
inlule,'' "The Mikado" and "The Chimes of 
Normandy," 

Bei.*hco (J. H. Blackwood, manager).— 
"An; You n MnsohV"' ns presented by tbo 



"Rip Van 



lowed by "Glorlana" 21 aud week. 
Winkle" follows. 

MOWHtca'A Burbank (Oliver Morosco, 
ninuager). — Tbe stbek cinnpauv closed Its 
successful two weeks' engagement of "Tbe 
Lily nnd tbe Prince," 20. "At Pluey Ridge," 
by the stock, 21 and week, with "Mlzpab" 
2< nnd week. 

Ghakd Opkra IIuuhb (Clarence Drown, 
manager).— "A Race for Llfe,",by the Ulrlch 
Stock Co., drew well week ending SO. "East 
Lynne" 21 and week, "Lured from Home" 
'M nnd week. 

OaPHniiM (Marttn Beck, general manager). 
— Features 21 and week : Argenantl Trio, 
Foster and Poster tbe Great 1'Yancellan, 
IMlKBbeth Murray, Carson and VVIllurd, (Cath- 
erine Dab I, Bailey and Austin, and motion 
pictures. . . . 

U.NiQtiH (Hentz & Zulee, proprietors). — 
Features 21 and week : Espe. Bimbo und Espc, 
Allela O'Dette, Bossley and Bostellp, Jim Dia- 
mond, Dniiiue Players, preseatlug "A Friend 
of the Family," ond Unlnue-n-Bcope. 
• FiSjRiiKR'a (A. E. Fischer, manager).— 
Features 21 nud week: Godfroy Brothers, 
motion pictures, and Fischer's All Btar 
t:omedy Co.. In "Are We Khrlnern?" 

HotcBkikb (T. Jeff White, manager). — A 
double bill HI and week, consisting of "Tbe 
Mikado" and "CuTslleria Ktinli-atw." Knlb 
and DIM, In "L n. r.," 28 and week. 
- CtNKoniurii <J. 'A. Browne, manager). — 
Features 21 and week : .Winnie Wood. Kloan 
and Carroll, Mabel Robinson, Bessie Chad- 
o.<>ek, the Handow MidgpN, uiovlng picture*. 
and tbe sjock company, presenting "The 
Bunko Man'n Harvest." 

Emfirr (BWv Banks, resident manager). 
—Features ill and week : The Mascrop Bis- 
ters, Laura Bank*, Leed| and Le Mar, Paul 



Philadelphia — With tbe end of tbe cur- 
rent week all «>( the duwn town, bouses, with 
Hie exception of tbe Chestnut and Keith's, 
wlU close for tbe season. "Rosalie" will be 
continued Indefinitely at tbe Chestnut, while 
Keith's will continue its policy of keeping 
open all Summer. Rlngllug Bros." Circus, 
whkh made Its local debut on May 21, was 
a revelation to local circus goers. The big 
tent, with Its 14,000 capacity, was crowded 
at every nlgbt performance, while tbe dfter- 
noon shows attracted crowds of big propor- 
tions. 

Lybic (Messrs. Hhubert, managers). — "The 
Tourlsto, which bad Its premier 21, has 
inude u big hit, the press befog unanimous lu 
declaring the production a success from every 
standpoint. Richard liolden has a comedy, 
role 'which enables blm to display his -fun- 
making nullities to good 'advantage, while. 
Julia Sanderson gives a winsome and dnlnlv 
performance -In a part that ilrs her abilities. 
'Wm. T. Hodges -makes good lu a straight 
part, white George A. Sciiltler, Wm. Friuute 
nnd HstPllfl Wentworib also have excellent 
roles. Last *week bis crowds were lu attend- 
ance. The engagement ends June l', which 
also marks the closing of the regular season. 
On June 7 tbe house wlll : reopen for one per- 
formance by 'North Bernhardt* . 

Chrhtnut (Nixon «t Zimmerman, mana- 
gers). — "Rosalie" enters on Its sixth week 
2S. During the week CoraTracey will appear 
lu the title role, replacing Claire Maentz. 

Garrick (Nixon & Zimmerman, mauagers). 
—Anna Eva Fay ended a profitable four 
weeks' engagement 2U, on which date tbe 
bouse closed for the season. 

Park (F.-O. Nlxon-Nlrdllnger, manager), — ■ 
"Checkers" begins the fourth week of Its ruu 
28. and will probably be continued for next 
week. Last week the attendance was good, 
the acting of Hants Robert, In the leading 
role, evoking much applause, 

(iiiANi) Ofrka HotiNK (0. A. Wegefartb, 
manager). — "Arizona, 1 ' which drew big houses 
week of 21, ended the regular season nt this 
honse, which has been a most proil table one. 
During the Summer the bouse will be en- 
tirely redecorated. . , 

Oiuaiid (Miller & Kaufman, managers). — 
Jane Dore, In "A- Mad 34m, gives the piny 
Its first local view 2H and' week. Last week 
"Moutona" drew good sl7.cd houses. On June 
4 the comedy, "Matilda," will be put on for 
the rlrsL time, bv a cast includlog: Bertha 
Crelgbton, Kdwlu Mlddteton, Nellie Caliu- 
ban, Arthur Mnltland, William Carr and 
Kleanor Calnes, 

National (J. M. Kelly, manager). — The 
reason euded 211, Willi a fairly good week's 
business done by "lu a Womau's Power." 

I'koi'lk'm (F. 0. Nlxon-Nlrdllnger, mana- 
ger).— The concluding attraction of tbe turn- 
son, week of 28, is Stetson's "Uncle Tom's 
Cubln." "Deserted ut the Altar" did pro- 
fitably week of 21. 

Blaney^h iM, H. Nchlesslnger, manager). 
— Nell Burgess, lu "The Couutv Fair," bad 
good pntionage week ending 2U, which also 
marked tbe ending of tbe season at this 
hoitse. 

Hart's (John W. Hnrt, manager). — "Jim, 
the Penman," week of U.S, following n week 
of good returns done by "Wife for wlfa." 
"Camllle" next. 

I'ViiiKfAiiuii'.s (Miller Sl Kaufman, mana- 
gers). — Bertha Crelghtou will bead the stock 
week or 28, In "Camllle," which will lie tbe 
closing attraction of the season. Miss Crelgb- 
ton wa*i for several seasons leading itnly -of 
tbe Olrfird stock, nnd will be tendered a pub- 
lic reception on the stage after the mntmce 
June 2. Kugeule Blair was seen to good ad- 
vantage last week, lu "Hupho," which drew 
L'ood Hizeil bouses. 

Kritii's (II, T, Jordan, manager).— Wil- 
liam Courllelgli heads a strong bill week of 
May lift. Others are: Nina Morris and com- 
pativ, In "A Friend's Advice:" Walter 'C. 
Kelfy, ICdward Reynard, the Three Dumondn, 
tbe Four LukeuH, Irving Jones, Lillian Bbaw, 
Mile. Chester, Susie Fisher, tbe Tannkan, 
Heury and [''rancls, Salmon and Chester, Hills 
und WllHon, und the klnetograph. 

t'ANisti (Ellas. Koenlg & Lederer, niQiin- 
£ PrH j. — Dnrkfst Boutb, with Its aggregation 
of coon xhuuters. Is bere 2B and week. The 
Dainty Duchess Co. bad plenty of patronage 
lOFt week. 

Bi.ioti (Oeo. W. Blfe, roannger). — Yankee 
Doodle Ulrls 28. TJie Broadway (lalety Olrls 
bd(l no cause to complain of the patronage 
Inst week. Htar Burlesque Co. next. 

LTOBtm (John O. Jermon, manager). — 
Tbe French Folly Unrlesquers week of 28, 
Tbe efforts of tbe Night Owls were rewarded 
with nice business last week. 

Tkgcaiikihi (Fred Wlllsou, manager).— 
The New York Belles 23. The Bohemlnn 
Burlex(]uers furnished plenty of amusement 
to .the natrons, .who turned out In goodly 
numbers Inst week. . 

I Willow Onovn Park (F. H. Lincoln, man- 
ager). — Walter Damroscb and his New York 
Hrmpbosv Urcbeslra began tbe Reason 2t), 
with a° Immense crowd In attendance. Tbe 



amusement features, which are many, In- 
elude; The Scenic Baliwar, Mirror - Mice, 
Coal Mine, Olde TaUt Trip 1 the;Alpi, Fer- 
ris Wheel, Flying Machine, and two merry- 
go- rounds. 

WooDitDB Park.— The season began ,20, 
with Wlwelock'a United States ludlnn Band 
as the musical attraction. Other features 
are ; Hale's Tours of tbe World and tbo tem- 
ple or mirth. 

Wiiitk City, formerly Chestnut Hill Park, 
also formally opened 2(1. Several new amuxe- 
mc&t halls nave been built la addition to a 
large terminal station. 

Notes.— Morris S. Scbleoslnger, who hart 
been Charles P.. Blaney'a representative lu 
Ibis city for the past three year a, will trans- 
fer the fli'-d of bis activities to New York 
next season, where he will uaBume an execu- 
tive pusltlou on Mr. Iltnuey's staff, as an as- 
sistant to blB general manager The 

Chamlnade L'luh, a local musical organiza- 
tion, will be heard In "Tbe Mocking Girl," at 

the Broad Street Theatre on May 28, 2!) 

Mulshing touches are being. put to the CJef- 
man theatre, at Franklin Street and Olrard 
Avenue, which will open Its season early In 
September. 

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Lancaster. —At (tu- Family Theatre (I'M. 
Mozart, manager) "The 'Runaway <Hr!*"drew 
large bouses May 21-211. Moving pictures of 
the San Frniirlscu horror, benetlt of relief 
fund, will be glveu 2S-.litne 2. This will close 
the season under the regular management, 
but Irving Cummlngu. of the Proctor Stock 
Co., New York, wuh here 2-1, negotiating a 
lease for tbe Summer season, commencing 
June 11. 

1 Fulton Opkra House (Chas. A. Yecker, 
mating?!-) Is closed for tbe Summer, during 
which Improvements will be added. 

BooF'OakdKn (Chas. M. Howell, manager). 
— Current attractions luclude: Howe . and 
Si'ott, 'Hebrew comedians ; Bellman aud 
Moure, Htuart Barnes, Sid Baxter, Three 
Daitonn, 'Garrlt Sisters, and moving pictures. 

Rocky swung* Pauk Thkatkh will opeu 

May 2d, with Mitchell's Stock Co., presenting 
"Confusion," 28*90. and "Xbt* ram «f the 
Church," :t 1 -.Tune- 2. This company will con- 
tinue during 1 lie Summer with si>uil-weekly 
change* of bill. 

Ptifipi.ii's Bath i Nci Kksoiit will opeu :tt) 
for the season. The umuoger. Cupt. John 

B. Peoples, ivin the roof garden' until the 
present year, In addition to the bnthlug 
there are numerous park attractions. Mr, 
Peoples also coudurta an nmusetneiit arcade 
la this city, which !* liberally patroulzed. 

— ' ■ » 

. Altoona.— At the UMhler (I. c. Mlahler, 

manngpr) "Our New Minister" bad a lurgc 

andlpnec May 24. Miles Bros.' moving pfi 1 - 

tares, .-'M), closing Ibe bouse for th<* season. 

At 1 Lakkmont Park the sea^uut opens :t0. 
The theatre attractions ,are not announced 
ypt. May 25 wus newspaper day at tbe park. 
All newspaper representatives from Altuoui 
and Hull Ida ysburg, lucludlug Tiik Clippkr 
and other dramatic papers, were Invited. 
Special cars were funilsbed the party, and 
a general tour of tbe purk wus taken, under 
the pscort of Oeneral Manager-Crane and Su- 
perlnteodent Shannou. A one luncbeon was 
served in Ihp Casino,' after which dancing 
was an-eojovable feature of the occasion. 

Notk. — Manoger I. C. Mlshler and Mrs, 
Mlsbler start for Mt. Clemens 28. 
a— ' ■■■ " ■ 

Wllllaiuaport.— At tbe Vallamont Park 
Pavilion (Lyman A. Pray, manager) tbe 
Vallamont Slock Co. open» the season with 
"Men and Women," May IHt-SO. "Confusion" 
31 -June 2, "Sweet Clover" 4-B, "At Cozy 
t'ornprs" 7-0. The company is mude up of the 
following players : KdWIn Bailey, Charles 
Stevens, Van Dyke Brooke, Aug. (llasmeyer, 

C. H. Jennlnss, Arthur Morris, Arniund An- 
thony, Itoltert 'Pule. Albert Lani, director ; 
Ixtrralnc hrnux, .l|ille Morton, Margaret; Ler, 
Sara Lewhi and (irnc** Irftckwottd. 

Nm«L — Pawnee Bill drew Immense (crowds 

2J Rlngllug Bros.' circiiK .tune 2. 

— i ■ m ' '-■' . 

HiirriHiinrK. --At Pnxtang Park (Fellt 
M. Havls, manager) the season will open 
May 30, with the All Star Vaudeville Com- 
pany. This resort has been greatly enlarged 
and Improved, and now has a lake and other 
big featuroa. 

. +•* 

MICHIGAN. 



Stock Co.. In "The Baaker'sT)anghter," 27- 
30. aed "Nobody's Claim," 31-June 2. 

Grand opeju. House (Churchill & ttavK 
managcra). — VauderUle attractions week uf 
May 27 : Armstrong and Verue, Det»re aud 
irevsre, James W. Haltoway, Jcnntags and 
Renfrew. Kdw\ LmnMl and Arthur Rlgby. 

IUmona (Lou IMi'tnater, tuutisyei-).--At< 
iractlousfor week of BTL Fxuosllltju Fmir, 
thn Great l-a Hgos, Ocorgla O'ltatney, T)uu 
Sbcrmnn and Mnbcl De Forest, and Fred 
Wyckoff ami company. 

Uodfrov'k I'AVit.tiiN (Chas. Godfroy. innn- 
ugcr). — Week of 27 : Idtura Buckley, Slgunr 
l,t (imzlo, Klmore- and Ray, Miiboney Bros., 
Miller and GrovcH, nnd tilishu Robinsuu. 

i n ..-■■ ■, — 

Bay city, -At the Washington (W. J. 
Daunt, raanngen "IIooIIkbu'b Troubles" hntl 
n fair house May 20. Frisco lire picture 
had n small audience. 2:1. Tills house closes 
the regulnr neasou 3U, with Blanche wnMi 
as the attraction. 

Hum! (j. 1), Plhnure, uionageri. — The fol- 
lowing bill was presented wck of 21 : Tlic 
Four AudiTsons, Potts and Potts, Carl Ray- 
mond, Cecil K'ul.v, Charles Suche, anil the 
bloKrnpb. Bi<slness coniluues good. 

Wknona Bnacii Pahk will opeu the Sum- 
mer scasou June ;i, with mnuy now fetitiu't!*, 
under the able mauugemeut of L, W. Uli-h- 
urils. , . 



COLORADO. 



Dtover. — -At Klltcli's Cnnlens (Mary 
Kl itch-Long, proprietor) tbe advance sale fur 
Sarah Bernhardt, Mnv ,24, wiir very lunte. 
lU;<iiinr seastm opens evening of 27, ivllli 
"Cousin Kate," hv thi> slock company, which 
irici.nl.-i : .May Buckley, OIItc Oliver, .1. It. 
'tJltmouf, [jiiuhIos Fairbanks (ioeffrey <". 
st. 'in, Georitc Biinlfaco, ottvr Wyndhnm. 
Frtnlcrtck I'anMlm', Kniherlne Held «ud 
Julia Blnnc. * ■ > 

TAlioitGRAKU (K. F. MrCniirt.- manager I. — 
movliiK pictures uf ibo Shu Fraticwo catas- 
truphu iHst. week clonwl (he *ea*m of Ihh 
liouso, 20, . r 

Hmpikr (3. L'. Clifford, inaungeri, — Thf 
stock coiupnuy from FiairbefM -Tlieiitre t .Snn 
Francisco, hi'H:iu u ten .weeks .eusuitenifnt 
2t>. and with Iwojmrlrsiiufs, one nu Inpflt 
[Kir" 



Iltlcs, drew itiMjil Iiouwh. , Ktltle Frauclt 
" n hip hlCIn lln- comic role. Baby Lu 



Unfile Cr*rk.— At.*tae Pest (U. R. Smith, 
manager i "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" did not 
appear May 21. viola Allen pleased. a> )>Ik 
liou»t'.22. . Miirtlo's "Uncle Two did well H'A. 
"Tin' Tenderfoot." pleased 24. Blanche Walsh 
2S. Henrietta CrMMMI -*11. 

Buoi> (W. S. Bimet-hVld, manager).— -Busi- 
ness coutlnut-H good. Bill for week of 31 : 
•Htraznl and Ilnial. cilffonl Wilklns, IleiKert 
B. Chesley nud company, Frank ilurrlngtuu, 
Mursbsil and Irwin, sua cllefoscope pictures. 

Jttfkaoii.— At the Athenaeum (H. ,L i'or- 
ter, resident manngcr) Viola Allen, lu "The 
Tooftt of tbe Town," Muy 23, played lo H. 
It, 0. "Tbe. Tenderfoot" 2n, Blanche Watab 
20, Henrietta Crosmau. 21), and Floreui-B i>e 
Vuks Co. ;;i-.iniif 2. 



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CANADA. 

Montreal.— His Majesty's (H. (). Brooks, 
tunuugcrl wuh dark week of May 21, ami 
will close Its season with !■:. 9. Wlllard, In 
repertory, ltt-31. 

Ai'Aiiniy nt- Mnair (Waller GraaycB, mali- 
nger). — Roselle Knott, In "When Knighthood 
Was In Flower," hntl fair pntroiurgc 21-2(1. 
Blchards & PrlugleV (leurgla Mlusircls will 
clone this house for the season 2K and week. 
■. RoVAi, (H. C iOgi'iion, manager). -vi'he 
PnrlRlaii Belles plnved a HiicceMSfiiT week 21- 
20. The London Gaiety Girls 2H aud week. 

l<*nANCAiM (F. VV. Le ('lair, mnuager).— 
"Fighting Palo," with Sun Francisco pic- 
tures, enjuyed n good week 21<2(l. "The lloty 
City'.' 28 and week. ."A Mad [<ovi>" next, 

National Fham'aih (G. Huuvn>aii, mean- 
giip). -i—The permnueiit French stock com- 
pany, In "lln Moldat de L'Emulre," bad fair 
huslDesH 21-2(1, "Rollan i# Mautllt" 28 and 
week. 

IUvBiiHiDE Park (Al. !■:. Bend, inunuger). 
—The park opeued 20. to big hushiesH, with 
tbe k fotlowlng hill: Millet's ICleuhnuta, John- 
ston, Davenport and Lorclla, the Four Lou- 
dons, the Lawrence Trio, nnd moving pic- 
tures. Besides Hie vnuduvllle theatre, rrv 
park has'tlie (lalventim Flood, the live fox 
chase, the roller coaster, the circle swing, 1 
and other smaller sttrnctlonH. / 

Note. — Hohuier Park opens 28, and Do- 
minion Park June 2. 



made 

Reno, white itcrforiuliu' on the Itomuu rlnai 

Monday ulght. met with n severe full, but 
luckily rucn|'' i ii HcrtiiiH Inlury. 'I*h» ring gave 
wnv uutl the little oue fell ilium her head. 

cmutih (A, 11. J'elton, umiiuKert.- -TIim 
sttK'k company presented "ftiiBtil Klrkc," he- 
fore good houses, hmt week. "A right for 
Honor" 27 and week. "Midnight lu Cliluu- 
tuwn" follows. 

Chtktai. (G. I. Adams, manager!.- -Willi 
the closing uf ttie u))lnwu bouse, IteUer hnsl- 
ui'ss rules nt lln- Curtis Street, vaudeville 
houses. Bill hisi week : Gllherl. Siirouy aud 
roinpiinv. Kenuinii, Adam aud HugcrA. Mason 
nnd Alnsoii, Tommy Hayes, Colby mid Klug- 
niiin. himI pictures. 

NnvKi.rv (Henry Litbelskl, rnnuHger). — 
Crowded Iioiimpb were the rule lout week. The 
bill: MIhh Welch, Chns. Hoey. Fricdliindcr 
Bros., Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Young, Williams 
nud Thompson, Vcoletle aud Prof. Old and 
pint urea. 

. Notkm. — After n anmn of tlilat-y-ronr 
weeks tli<* lli-onilwny, will close June 10, with 
Nat C. Guodwlti. In 'The Genius." Man- 
hattan Bench will opeu May 2(1, The tmitt- 
uacau-nt stales that It has secured the Aujtn*- 
i in Dniv Comedy Co., of \Yw York, comiNt- 

lug of sixty petiple, for the seuKoti 

Thus. Mohr, nsslstnut trnnstirer uf Hu i Broad- 
way, has been made d'ensurer for Rlttcb's. 

Local talent jireWMecl "A llut'lielor's 

Roiunnce," nt ihc Wontau's Club. '-Ti 

Tickets fur Ktttcti's lire hctlitr sold from ibe 
Tabor Grnud box otUce, except fur Beruhajdl. 

'lln* iciiin uf llucv mill llollniiil sepu- 

ruled here, nUil ('bus. Hney U In llluttraivd 
■..in-:- al the Novelly. 



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Detroit.— At Light Gnord Armory Mme. 
Sarah Bernhardt appears May 28. 

. Dktkoit Oprua- Hoitnb. — Viola Allen, In 
"The Toast of the Town," 25. 20, did well, 

Tkmpi.r (J. IL Moore, manager). — Week of 
28: Virginia Karle, Grace Cameron, Ray L. 
Hoyce, Tony Wilson, Helalsc and AmoroH 
Slstera, Zazelland Vernon Co., Cook und 
Madliou, John and Bertha Gteason and Fred 
Houlihan, Juggling Mnthleus, nnd the klnnlo- 
grapb. 

Lvceum (E. D, Stair, manager). — Vaughn 
Gluser and compauy hud a successful week 
21-20. Week of 28, same company, lu "Miss 
Hobbs;" 

Wimtnry (I!. D. Stole, manager). — Jnraes 
Kyrle McCurdv, tu "The Old Clothes Man," 
21-20. Week of 27, "When the World Steeps," 

Crystal (J- ■!■ Nash, manager).— Fair at- 
tendance. Bill week of 28 : - Buckeye Trio, 
Raymond Clark, Al. Lewis, Orgerltn, Two 
Musical James, Anson and Cblrkert, und the 
klnodrome. 

I>;u:i.Ttuc Park. — This amusement place 
opens 20, with vaudeville nud scenic effects. 

— ■ » 

i.ihihIiik. — At Balrd's Opera House (Fred 
,1. Williams, manager) "Under Two FlagH," 
local, was ]iresenied May -'2, to u big house. 
John P. Goring, In the part of Bertie Cecil, 
made ntt unusually good Impression. Mine. 
Mantelil, In "11 Trttvutore," pleased a fair 
liouso 25. Henrietta Crosmau 20. 

Bijou (U. J. Robson, manager). — Week 
of 21, packed houses, with Budd Bros., Mu- 
Klcai Jumes, Kohler aud Victoria, Margaret 
Shannon, et at. 

Wavkiu.y. Thkatiik.— Continuous vaude- 
ville cominencen May 'M>, oftvruoon nnd even- 
ing. 

John Houinhon'h Ciiiciih guve two per- 
formances 24, to Immense crowds. Kvery- 
body was pleaded. 

PJotk. — T, .1. llohson, monatfer of the Bijou 
Theatre, has made arrnngemeutn for the ere<:- 
llon of a handsome new Iheotre nt tbe ear- 
ner of Mlchlgnn und Capital Avenues, <II- 
rectlv In front of tbe Capital Building. A. 
C Bird will nut up the theatre, and Mr. 
Robson leaaes It for n long term. It will be 
ready for occupancy lu tbe Fall. 

Kalamatoo.— At the Academy of Music 
(B. A, Busli, manager) "Tbe Tenderfoot" 

Flensed a good sized audience May li'l. Ill 
lenry's Mlastreln SO, Hcurletia Crosman, la 
"Mary, Mary, (Julie Contrary," June 1. 
which closes a very successful season, of 
bouse. 

Bijou (W. H. Butterfleld, manager).— 
Good bouses, Bill week or May 28 Include* I 
Four Andersons, Victoria and Kohler, l*oulse 
Adams, Potts nnd Potts, tbe Two Gladstones, 
Gurney Cisler, and cllnetoscope, J. C. Cox, 
uRslnlnnt manager of tbe Butterfleld enter- 
prises, Is temporarily acting as local mana- 
ger, succeeding Mr. Haynes. 

NoTBa. — Robinson's Cirrus drew two large 

audiences 21 Hagenbeck'a Shown June 

ii .Casino Park. Sal rd * Oaken, mana- 
gers, will open the season June :t. The 
Nellos, FurgtiStm and Pnssmore, Weill* Bros, 
nnd Smith, Kreako and smith, Henry Rose, 
and Halgb nnd Thomas will appear the open- 
ing week. 

— — ■■ ■■ ■' 

f ii-mid , Rapid*. — At the New Powers 
(Harry G. Sommers & Co., managers) Rich- 
ard Manwfleld, May 25, played to B. It. o 
'the Tenderfoot" VO, Henrietta Crosmau 28. 

Muf-STic lOrio stair, manager). — Holden 



'iitronto. ■ -At the Princess (0. B, Hhep- 
(tii.nl. tiiiiiiufcri, week of May 2), C. H. 
Wlllurd drew innKiilllcenl IiuhIiichiI, und closed 
n KiiccesHful seawui of tbe bonne. 

GnANtt OpunA lloii.Hi; (A. ,l. Small, manu- 
en. — Week of 21, "Texas" mud** a lilg lilt. 
HH drew large audiences. Mudume Mantelil 
ICngllsh Grand Opera Co. 28 nntl week. 

Ma.tkbtI(! (A. J. Small, manngeri. — Week 
of, 2,1, "Tbe Holy City" drew well, "Fighting 
Fate" 28 and week, 

Hnn.Cfi (J. Ehea, raanagerL^Week of 21 
the card was n good one, and drew capacity 
the entire week. Bill for week of 28: Wnrd 
nnd Cm-ran, Hard, EKtellc Wofdettn a ud Com- 
pany, James Richmond Glenroy, Kckoff nnd 
Gordon, Six Proveftiilea und the klaetofrraph. 

Ktar,(F.:;W. Htnlr, manager); — Weok or 
21 the Utopians played to packed holism 
1'urlHlun llftllen mid Man Franclrfco lire pic- 
im-PH 28 and week. 

Mr mc * Pauk (Wm. Banks, manager). — 
This place uf iimiiMi'uient opened 24, with n 
Htrong card. 

IlANt.AK'.s Point (C. W. McMahon, man- 
ager) opened 24, for the season's work, with 
a good card. 

■ i. e ' 

St. John. — At the Oners House (A. O, 
Skinner, manager) the Kirk Brown Stuck Co. 
opened Us second and last week May 21, 
with a good performance of "Tbn Christian," 
tu good busluoBiJ. Kirk Brown. Uuvld F,l- 
wyu. Tlinodure Bird, Marguerite Field*, Ummu 
f)e Weale aud ICniherlue Wnyne deserve men- 
tlou. W. C. C'onnor'n Block Co. 2S-June 2, 
"The Irish Pawnbroker" 4-0, "When Knight- 
hood Wus In P'lower" 7-H, "Hwent Clover" 

Yokk (IL I. Armatrong, manager). — Tim 
Gage Stock Co. opened u two weeka mid u 
half enxngement May 21. with n good per- 
formnuen of "The Parish Priest," nnd pleased 
to good business. ■ Al. Lester, W. II. rinire, 
Jus. Grady, Annie Aslily nud Maude Kelleit 
deserve mention. LuHter nnd Kollctt, II. i.'ns- 
gan, Gordon Tbomas, Hurry Feldmoti nnd tliu 
ciimergniph provide Hie upoebtltlPH. "A Con- 
vtct's Daughter" June 7-11, "Fubin Romnnl" 
14-10. 

Notbs, — H. M. Harvev, representing Bar- 
num ft itallcv * Circus, returned here nnd se- 
cured suitable Kruunds for his show, a sails- 
i factory price uavlng bemi armuged by Mr, 
Harvey and the owners of the grounds. The 

circus will show here July 20 ,P. A. 

Nu mm n- has nrrlved In town und will spend 
the Summer nt lilt* home here. 
- « 

OttnivH.— At Hie Russell (P. Gorman, 
manager) "When Knighthood Was lu Flower," 
May HI, 20. had good business, 

Grand Ofkha Hoiujh (It. J, Blrdwlilatle, 
manager). — London Gitfely Girls, hnd ca- 
pacity Bl-23. Richards & Prlngle's Minstrels 
24-211. Tbls rittructluu closed ttio houso. 

BklTASNIA-ONTHf-BAY (J. K. ftlflclllNOM, 

manager) opened the xeason with a very goml 
bill, Incltidlug Winifred Shunt, St. onaa 
Bros., Golden Gate Quartet Le, und IMtorulll 
and Gllssando. . . 

Notr.— The first annual convention of tun 
Canadian Theatre Aiunngers' Association will 
he he'd In tile board room of tbe Ituiwll 
Theatre Muy 28-80.- 

— ■i. ■ 

imnillton. — At the Grand Opera House 
(A. H. London, manager) ^Sun Franclscn 
cartliiiiiakp pictures May 22, 2(1, "What Han- 
peurd to Join-*" (Ktcbard Mllloii) bad fair 
Sized ImiiseM 24 I Victoria Day). "A Royal 
Slave" 2'i, 20, wan the last attraction booked 
for tbe HtMisuti. 

. ■«•» 

tun Gkbman Stock Co. are In their 
fnrtlelh week of the season, hiuI purpose 
running nil Stimmpr, opening their park hi- 
HOgcmrutu st NeWiirk, 0.. on June 10. A 
.remarkable record to the credit of thin coin- 
puny U that for I a* twit thirty-seven weeks 
not a night was lost. Very few cbnuges took 
jiliuc durlug ih"« season, which was both 
ples*ant and proOtable to management and 
performers.- ; . . . 

"Iff. Ait* Mbh. TrltOWai.A. Litni.kti will 
celebrate their silver wedding Juno 8, at 
their bunc, "lhe Larches," Rn-erslde, Conu. 



Miiwnuki'i'. — Manngcr Sticrmau Brown 
offered Uuiu Intorostlng nttrncilouH last 
week. Iiocksinder's -MluslndN appeared May 
20. to fair attendance, iticbni-d Mansfield 
presented "Tim Scarlet Let ler" and "Don 
Carlos," 22. 2:i. Attendanco wrh good, lieu- 
riettn Crosmna nppeared 24-2(1, In "Mary, 
Mary. Quite Contrary." Opening itlnht. 
which whs it tesrluioulnl to Win. ft Rchnell, 
huuae trensurer. found tbe t bent re packed to 
■the capacity. Commencing Monday, 2H, tbt» 
Browu-Bnkcr Stock Co. will olTer "Gran- 
stoi K" us the opeultig bill of an ludutlultu 

SCH<iilU. 

1 Ai.iiAMntiA (Jus. A. Hlgler, maangurt.— 
Au excellent vamlevllh; bill, week uf 2l>, drnw 
fair to good iitiendunce, but nut what- the 
stmidnrd of tin* bill would warrant. MAbel 
Mt'Kluiiv wns the lop liner, nnd scori-d n 
pnuioiinccd bit. 

Orion Oi'KitA IIihjkr. — Tim fag end of lbs 
smisoii held up reuiurttuiuv will 20-^0. "A 
Crown of Thorns" hold tlm Hinge. Fur week 
cf 27, Mummer John, It. I'len-t* offers van 
Told in Ibe Hills," followed week of June 3, 
by "Tbe old Clothes Mnu." 

S'tMti (Fi'iiuk It. Trot oiinu, mannger).. • 
Mnv Howard pill lu Ifial week to I'air lu 
grind iillendtHlcc. Lnvnh'c mid' Grunt were 
the hit of till etcollcnr olio. The Sine Show 
GlrlH Co., wblrli oittmed tbn kciihuu ut lids 
hoiiHC, will return for week of i!7. 

Cbvhtai,, — CunilmiGil succphh favora ibis 
popular thorn re. Manager F. B. Winter Iiuh 
put up the following bill for week of fiSN : 
I'eie linker, Gllllbitn and Furry, Hacbol 
Acton, Hdgur Taylor nnd company, ward 
'ii-ln, LuIh Guviumi nud '1 he. L'rystnlgraph. 

tjijANi*. — Fnilitwlng people, week uf L'S: 
ICnrrera, the Giirimtlns, fluitiiltoii unit WMev, 
and tlui Xjnureilfi. Mnnuger Wiiltor \V. Gregg 
reportH'n -hlalily HiitlHfnctory neauon. 
. WuNi»:ni,AN0 I'i'homriK Wlmlljig, iniiiinger). 
— Opunlng week was up lu expwiutloui In 
every, respect. Thnusniidtt flocked to ,t1m 
park, nnd rippenrcd to npprcrliile tbe special 
urlH, which Included: Mile. Lu BlnnVlie, 
slide for life : ilendetsoii. nml (he Abeuriit. 

Nmikh. — Jiik. A. IHgier iimioutieeN ,lln» 
. i'lusn of tin! Aliiuiiilirn May 27. /(Istenslvo 
niti'iiiiiuiis will he uiiiili' durlug the dnrlc 
wcckH. nnd tbe bonne, will be entirely re- 

decunitod Curler, llu< iMysiei-lotm, nud 

Ablgnll I'rlce offered u myst Hying programme 
ut Hie FulMt. lust week, und drew well tilled 

housea John l.lnd. high diver, who 

opened ut Womlcrlnud, ID, Hiiffcri'd n pnlti- 
ftil accident: on Gut opening night. In milk- 
ing liin illvf he fulled to rpkn the wnfer 
projisrly and suffcriHi 11 compound frncturo 
of one of bin lower limits. ,,, Unci ilnihlh-i 
Ik ■jmlfl li;i udlliig Gie plVOH work at SVotider- 
luiid, nud l.s HiicccHHful, iih liquid. 



I,n CrflMnc- At the BlJon (Al, HcbubVrg, 
msiuigei') tlm following Hcorert well week uf 
Mny 21 : Hwor mid WPHlhrook, Vardamnn. 
John iMinn-Wlllieimn l-'ranels mid company, 
Juki* ii'TudIc, and moving pictures. Bill week 

of -H ; Di'linoic unit Dilire). Ibe Wnllons, Ml- 
dnllluu Trio, ni'd ,lnrk OTiiolc. Ml'. O'Tooh* 
In iiuw In his Ntxtli week nt this house, nud 
1 lie popularity of bin lllimtruied Mongu is still 
Incri'iiHliig. r 

1 in 11 rial c. At the tin In iic. (Wm. Ar- 
tiiund, m[imigur)'peoiile for Mnv 21 and week : 
Uelln iViilxou, lln* Flnliers, Win. Armouii, tlm 
Great (I'tdi-lilm-, find Luwrcnre und HuulJicru, 
l,»\%c hoiiscN nl each perform unce, 

»■ » 

I IMMv HALL, 
VVIiohq (ilcluru appears on the- front pnge of 
I Ills Issue, is n yuiiuu uuin of conolda-iilm' M- 
perlencii In show UhIiichn. He In the HOI) of 

I'l-of, Fritd nnd Miidnmo Mucnrt, and learned 
prnciti'jilty cveryibliig lu circus ItualnesH — 
rldlliK, 1 iimhllnu. letiplng, training ouliunls, 
jiiKirllng und wire wtilkluif— jitHt much tliltigtt 
n h were considered Uy "old timers" im ueci'H- 
nicy lor a person lit know lu older lo travel 
with ativ hIiow. A few years ago be <pdt tint 
bunlneHs us n perfunner, nud for scverul 
years wun innnogcr of side shows, aud Ik'nmo- 
udjusler with dlfferciil circuses. At, Ibn 
close of the dram Hcuwin of 1001 be joined 
his people In Knropi 1 , nnd wdh with them 
Koverul weeks lu llnmHclM, Ghent nnd Ant- 
werp, going from thcro to l/oudon, where be 
renin lord tor eight weeka ut the Lomlnn 
Illpniidrmue, ond then to 1'hiIh fur twelve 
weeks, I en of which be played ut the Otytu- 
pln. While pbtylug In these theatres Iht 
concluded (o reumln lu vuudevlltc, and a/tor 
coming back tu Ainnrtcn he presented til" 
net be Is now playing, known ns "The Sleepy 
Juggler," nnd lias mude xtii'h a nih'cckh Hint: 
he Is being offered return eiiungi'iuenln In tliu 
dllTe rent Ihenires he ban played, He in «r 
preHeiii. cimtrinplailug anolher trip, to Lu- 
rope, where In* hnu been nrferod sonie very 
good engagement m, nud In itbm considering 1111 
unci- for Hoiith Africa, lie liny taken h Im 
middle name "Hull," sr» on not lo Iniorfere, 
with Prof. Mncart when they are playing oa 
the same hill. 

*»» 
"T111: Lion ur> tiik Moumk" was success- 
fully presented lu London, May 22, nt the 
Diike of York's Theatre, with ftdmund Breese t 
Richard Bennett and Margaret Illlngton. 



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n.» Prli*. T.I*. tn.t on* 



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Waited, Vaudeville People, Teairs and Singe 

Acta; also people for Midway free acta and c»neo«- 
fllonn- Aft4l0t>H MANAdKlt (IRANH AVE- PARK. 
Cor. flrund and Murtmai^ Avck, St. I<o*''«. Jfe 



OORNETTIST 

I ad v Hud nenl vnu tm engaged lo pit.? l«t itud ^d 
Dncta'lnlOroh. located. Addrewi KXPERIENUE, 
N o/tKW A re II L- AVb.. Al Unti e Cit y, N.J. . ■ 



CflD CIIB.'.Movlnt,' Picture Show, complete. 
rUn QAI:E* a rcady toHBtiiP.;EdlH0uKx. Itutdul, 
powertaice-iipdeTlee, Htand, rneostjit, eto.;:,oooft. 
ClasH A Pl'm» ir.t class condition TMa entire 
ehow chnp fur 1 oash. BOX 19W, HoMon, Mass. 



At Liberty, Double Bass,Tnba 

AddresH M. II. MKIUIOMV1', *' 

No. Mi6 King Street, n'Mmlugton, Del. ^ 

Wauled, Sketch Team, Good AII-'Rwnd Coin- 

rlt»n, Omati riayov. Plr.hire Machine Man. Can nut) 
itood IMrlur furtimcc Work. (IKBMAM HKIili'INK 
CO .. gBBl. l>ol . . Ilaovlllr. III. • ' 

B«""» SS S* 1WK.THPW. DOM'T 
-^a# ^r# •>%. IIRLAr. TRY 
bd. r. aiiaus .1 CO., tsi w. mm m., Now.Yorlt. 



BED. WHITE. 

TENTS. 

SCHNEIDER TENT CO, 

XO TBAIIK' lUPEBlMl'l:. 

DETROIT - . MIOM 

J. I.. UKILEV, Mgr. 

BLTJE. BLACK. 



WANTED, 

CIRCUS ACTS 

(ABRIAL EXCBPTKD), ; 

CLOWNS, COWBOYS, AN 
ADJUSTER, EXPERT BOOK 
KEEPER, LADY AND CENT 
TO BREAK MENACE 
HOR8E8. 

AdilrM. WAtTBR L. MAII*;,', 

<AulHcy Hoi«l. Bo.toa, M.aa. 



OS MAN 
tStock Co. 

WAN'l'N HKLIAHLU AND H»II»?H 

D I Rife C TOR 

'lo play either ■*Jor*otle» or-Charsetera.' Alio 

Juvenile) Woman for Summer, and next seiwon. 
We are nbout to enter on our park engagements. 
Changes will be made without, clostng. Send 
photOH, programroeri, full partlrulsrs as lo ex- 
perlcnce, DON'T MISRHPRRSBNT, and etate 
[»w' ,L " salary Ilrnl letter.' I wont bagglo with you. 
Picture Mnohlne Man and other u-«cful*pf'opte 
WTllo. JOHN OHMAN, Olon Jean, W. Va. 



BURLESQUES 

WRITTEN TO ORDER. . 

•■WHKBI.HI' ,1 1, ■ TV" UIIARANTDED. 

JAMBH MAUIHOM, jijii Mniilniltun AVo'i.N. T. 

llttlereleirii By .tii,iii/iitii*eti<.)V/ 



T 



Mrs. L. Scheuer. 

Evening Oowna a ipeelalty. Elegant Dinner, 
OaTdon and Reception Clowns at moderate pnoee. 
in the Gentlemen's Department we can? 'Foil 
Dreai and Tozodo Sultf, Invernees capes. Prlnoe 
AlberU In Coata and veBts, Spring Suits and 
overcoats, Rain Coata, olo. 
"Remember onr Storee, vu-m Hontb St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. our Branch Hlore for Ladles' Goods 
only lit 819 W. Mullborry St., Bitltlmoro. Md. ' 



HIGH GLASS 
MA8IGAL APPARATUS 

At moderate' prlceB. I<arge Btouki, Immense 
varletj. Illustrated catalotjuo Ffeo. Now Mam- 
moth Catalogue luatlsaiiert. Wo. Just out, list of 
now books on Magic and now list of bargains In 
trloka A. ROTERUKRO, VA Ontario St., chloago. 



Gowm*i?A£ E 

SLIGHTLY USED. Also STREET GOWNS. Wo 

have on hand a large BUHoriment of Blightiy worn 
Evening flowua.Dlnuer, neeoptlonAudTea Gowne. 
Tncio roues are perfect In every respect, and are 
especially suitable for wear In UHlH CLASS DBA 
MATJO PRODUCTION 8. Wo have a.fuU Uae of 
Soal Skin Coata and Fureof all kfnai. 

MRB. n. STAKU, (107 South State St., CHICAGO 



Stereoscopic Views. 

1 5 Pictures to the Set; Per Set, $ 1 .50 

All lotcrepllnir, olean. and original. Also its- dif- 
ferent SAN FRANCISCO t'lRfi and EAltTHUCIAKE 
RTBRE08., OUR OWN ORKIINAI. NKGATIVB8. 
For Machines Oaed In Arcade*, park*, oto. Bond 
(Or liar. RALPH 1. OOL8EN, 

)9 port 71 W.haah Ave. (Ihlcago. 



Ladles' Wardrobist. 

Slightly Worn GOWNS for the stage and Street, 
Eatablfsned lBST. Mm. A. PECK, 

aiT Blue Island Ave., Ohlnago. HI. 



BOSTON FUJI EXCHANGE. 

Second Band Films, snog Blldea and Hacblnei 
RoaBht, Sola and Exchanged. Ml Waalilngton 
St,. Room 48, Ihiaton, Ma»a.. npp. Adama nonaa. 



MllMrti, HARP SOLOIST a*d ACCOMPANIST 

For Concert or Orchcatrii. Travel orlnunte In-or 
New York. I.ORKTTA A. DR LOME. 

UK. aiih Street.' Now Vera tlltf. 



UOT MUSICIANS WANTED. 

ALL INWIUIMHNTS. AIJ. YBAR 'HOOND 
HtStVBSB. ItUSMIH BlinNBfdVS LA1>Y 
oaclIKSlTtA, OKLAHOMA CIXV, PBUA.-.- 



WANTED, 

FULL 
CO UFA NY 

First ChlH. Itcp. l'eoplc who do Spccjaitlea, 
eeml photon, programs and fell particulars 
In flrat letter. Htiitc lowcat aulary. Piano 
Leader, Agent and Specially Team, write. 
Long Kcaeon, good treatment. AddresH 
OWEN IIAIITLEIT. Htuttgart. Arhanaaa. 



2d StlCCESSFUL SEASON. 

MR. JA8. A. OALVIN PRESENTS 

JehnnyegeElla Oalvln 

THE HILARIOUS MUSICAL COMEDY 

A ESESL.L. BOY 

Supported by ao excellent Company : JOHNNY 
GALVlNtrt Paler the Bell Boy, 1XLA GALVIN as 
Kitty Doogan, tCOl NELSON and JA8. A. GRADY 
aa Doogan and Coogau, HJss IKENEDKKWasthe 
Dashing widow. Jas. HARRIS aa the Talkative 
Book Agent, ACOER «nd HANI.EV, the Dancing 
Boys. Some more of our bunch: Geo. Sumn.trn t 
May Morris. Geo. Gordon, Hennle Glb»on, Cnas. 
Haliet, Lou Norman, Bert Saubcr, Edlthe Browne, 
Morris Brant, Gertrude Viola, Irene Morris, Mag- 
gie Summers, John Minor, and a chorus of pretty 
girls. Park Mgrs., write at once. Address, next 
10 duya. JAS. A, f.ALVIN, Mgr. A Bell Boy Co., Gtb 
Ave., MoKccspori, Pa., care of J. B. Oalvln. 



J 
U 
L 



ELTINGE 



FEATURED 

I PALACE - LONDON 
A 0.H.HARRAS, Personal Mgr. 

N M.8. BBNTHAM. 



L.CHALIF, 

(MEMBER MET. OPERA BALLKTOOMP'Y),' 
Is open for engagements as Ballet Master and 
Producer of Dances Tor Musical Comedies, Comic 
Operas and BurleBtiues. Permanent address, 

1618 CLINTON HALL, Clinton St., N. Y. 



Attention, Performers. 

SOIETHIHU M and 0BIUI1ML. 



A Comedy Sketoh, In two ads, displaying two 
typical Southern negro diameters, and a buttle 
between game cooks, with an exciting finish. 
The cock tight Is arranged so It will be perinlHsahlo 
no any stage, and Isperfcnty immune In every 
respeut. . w. c. mhekkk, 

Gen. Del., New York. 



AT OBKRT Y, 

FOR SIX WEEKS' ENGAGEMENT OR I.KSI-, 

J. FRED HOLLUWAY, 

Characters. Hoavios. 

van Dyko A Eaton Oo Hea'om 1BT40S os 

Addr»SH PT. PLEASANT, W. TA. 



WANTED, 

Sister Tc'ntu. Heavy Man and Leading Juve- 
ntle Mun, Mini and Wife. for General Bus. 
Preference given thuau who double brass. 
MuujIcIhui* for ii. iimi (i. t'Uilr Annie, wire. 
Sthto lowest halary. Long season. No time 
for iiHeless correspondence. Address 

CAI»T. PRICK. 
Care Prlce'H l^lunllng L'uluce, Water Queen, 
June 1, Ureenaborough Pa.; June 2, Point 
Marion. 1*«. ; June 4. Mortrantown. Wear Vq, 



WANTED IMMEDIATELY, 

MUSICIANS 

TO ACT AH ATTENDANTS. Work light. Board 

excellent. Salary t-'-'" per mouth sud malnte- 
nsnec. Married people without cnuombranco 
preferred. Ponltlou opeu for ahoetnakur who Ih a 
musician. Address JOiJrlPll CHL, 

Bandmaster K. S. C.A., Rome, N. Y. 



FUTURES. 

future Uuab. or Wife Photos ror Palmists, PatrB, 
Parks, etc., $'2.oo per Loot); f\.'x> perfioo, postpaid. 
Saraplesi loc. '■ ..*. 

t AiliNKT PHOTOS, for Helling or Adv. pur> 
poses, I'jo.oo per 1,000; $a.r.u per loo, copied from 
your photo. Samples, 10c. 

CARBON A STUDIO, OtflM N. Broad SL, Plllla., Pa. 



Professionals i 

Kertlss drives the slowest horso ever: one day 
with Bouie furulture In, he met a neighbor, who, 
noticing the furniture, hollered, hello, X or tins, are 
you movlug 1 Eertlss, giving a glauoe tlrat at the 
toiegrapb poles, then at the horae.-repllod, well, 
hardly: (and the drinks were on the "other fel- 
low"). Well, Hlng "LEARY'S IMiKY-WH'" 
at 'em, ami get 'urn moving. PqhIa! for "protons." 
copy. CHAS. H. OOI.ES. Hlddletown, Conn. 



WANTED QUICK, 

Silent Act, 8. sad D. Comedian, 
8. and D. Son.rette, 
. Sketch Team. 

state all. All rauet work In aots. Salarr poBl- 
lively sure. VERNE SIIARP8TEEN UEO. CO.. 

' ' ' Marcellns, Mloh. 



Culbane, Chaee & Weston's 

, BOOK1NU KXCIIANHB, 

130M8I0 BROADWAY, NEW TORE. 
Sliowe hooked right from practical experience. 
Have tlm exclusive hooking of over 200 thcatrea 
In the heat ono night stand* In the U. S. and Can. 
PLAYS TO LET ON ROYALTY. 



BXFJSIUHNOED 



AT lilBBRTV. Ono night, Rep. or Burlesque. 

& A. WATSON. Bos 1M. Centreport. L. I.. N. Y. 



BARITONE. 

Young Man would like to join Quartette; all around 
Comedian. Hebrew Comedian and Coon Shoutcr 
preferred. Addre ns COMEDIAN , care of CLIITE R. 



FOR SALE— 200ft. ot 9(1. Side Wall, 2 Tenia, 

12x14; 8 Baker Burner Lamps, complete; Bet of 

sconi ry, all good a« now. AildresH 

JOUN UCDiMJ'ii.i.M'i Fourlli St., Mouroc, Mlob. 



IMPORTANT NOTICE. 

Messrs. JOHN DANIELL, SONS & SONS 
have been informed that several persons are visiting 
Costumers snd Managers, with mmpiw of satins and 
representing that it' is Danisll's Satin, 

We wish to, say, as a matter of protection, that we 
employ no agents. -• 

DanieU's Satin can only be bought at our store. 

Daniell's Satin is made expressly for us in snob large 
quantities and in so many shades (over lOO), that no 
other firm would guarantee any manufacturer a large 
enough order to warrant them in putting it on their looms 

We are willing to have any satin microscopically 
examined in comparison with ours, having full faith 
that no other can compare with it. 

Other satins at our price will not give the wear or 
satisfaction that the Daniell Satin will. 

Don't experiment with inferior satins, it is costly. 

We wish to call your attention to our Dress Trim- 
mings, Tights, Gloves, Millinery, Face Paints, Powders, 
and Make-up Boxes. 

Special attention given theatrical orders. 
Mail orders filled day received. ,.'*..:■: 

Broadway, 8th and 9th Sts., N. Y. 
One Minute from Astor Place Subway Station. 



BALLAD SINGERS! 



Two Merltorlua Ballads that will make good. 



t free: 

A Combination ot Story and Melody, 



"Where the Golden Rod Is Waving, Mollie Dear." 

By CHAS. BAKU and JOH ANN SCHMIU. 
Latest sud Most Popular Rustle Ballad. Sung and whistled everywhere, 

"Whon You Aru Old and army." 

By RIOIIAHD C. DILLMORB. The prettiest and sweetest home ballad on the market. Will always live. 

FRBKt To Professionals enclosing late Professions! Programme. Cards and Amateur Minstrel 

Programmes out recognized. PREICf Orchestrations for the asking. 

BROS.. Erics Paa* 



WANTED, FOR 

J. D. GHUNUrS GREATER UNCLE TOM'S CMJIN CO., 

Trombone sud Cornet to double Stage or Scroud Violin, MAN POR TOM to double Brass. Also want 
a good BOSS CANVAS MAN that known how to handle a Tom Shuw. Will ADVANCK TIOKKT lo 
people I know. Address J.D.CHUNN, Box :m, CarroiiKm, Mn. 



WANTED, REPERTOIRE CO.'S 

CENTRAL PARK. DIXON, II. I.. ... ol'lAtMi ATTRACTION. 
WERT END PARK, ..... CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS. 

OPEN JUNE IO. 
WANT PIANIST FOR DIXON. Addr.aa J. KERSELL, CJjsuiialgn, III. 



WANTED, 



Specialties and Burlesque People 

For SUMMER STOCK, Immediately, lit STAR THEATRE, TORONTO, 0AM. Addreu 

JOH1V GRIEVES. 



There's a Home in Old Kentucky. 

A NEW SONO OP PATHOS. 

Dedicated to The Kentucky Home Coming. Profeseloniti copies and orchestrations 
sent on receipt of program and 10 eeeitu poatugts 
KASTON s?UB. «>., 4*70 Gaston Ave., 81. Louis, Mo. 



THE CRESCENT COMEDY CO., 

WANTS, for Summer and Regular Season, 
U8EFUL REPERTOIRE PEOPLE, COMEDIAN 

That can Sing and Oaquo. Alao Ooncral BuelncaB People. Must have flrst claaa wardrobe, hoih 
modern and square out. Hummer neauonoriem June 18. Kettulur neason, Autt. 27. Slate age, tielghl 
weight, and foa;etit aalarj. Addreaa B. A. DEKOMAN, Portland, Ind. ■ ' 



.TO BURLEBQUt MANAOERS. 

The Kit ik of jKolcotxio 

A TWO ACT COMEDY. By BILLY ALLEN. 

A Ulg lilt from Coast to Coast, with Miss New York Jr. Oo. Uave • new one for next season with tot; 

ot l.ood Corned;, and all action away from the Ordinary llnrlosuuc. With all 'Round comedian, slid 

(lood Women for the principal pans. Address BILLY ALLBN, JIB North St., Riverside, Nuncio, t"d. 

P. 8.-A»> the managers regarding Hie KLSO OP KOKOMO. Wo had the goods and got thetton y. 



WANTED, FOR 



ROSABELE LESLIE CO. 

n'iSEilv'V tWUSEKSS with speclalUea. HEAVY MAN. MAN for JOVENlbKS; and I.I0HT 
?mrK!?o«ffiSK rt S?,S?SP KSSiS »Pecl»ltli!B. SKETCH TEAM that, can nl»y parts. •«J»!i™«, l J 
paotoe and full particulars rlrst loiter. Soa.on opnns July so, . . . ■ . 

A ddreaa SIM ALLEN. Mgr., Unit. 3115. l«Oa Broadway. »■ Y. 



.ivd o p xs iw inirOf 

.^?SXSJf" AT . 0, i' , ' "A1HMOTH PAVILION THEATRE. MONDAY, JUNE ♦. »«•• 

W VT??UK } K 1 "p , . a " h r o " lure AoM ' "" Aot "o *"" for thlM. " ' Lewrltam. send address. 
J. LARK1N, Proprlelor. glI) FE rn. Hole Manager. 



WANTED, RELIABLE PROFESSIONALS °">" n » ™« "W> " , » n "». ""■•"»,°,", rl K! 



JUNE 2. 



THE NEW YOEK CLIPPER: 



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TABLE OF COSTKKT9, 
Anecdote., Etc 



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Vaudeville ■»<! Mlontrel 

(lurries Answered 

,.,ir Chicago ■**'"• ■ ■ ■ 
iTinfc Ilitl— Sketch.... 

on the %W5*jLii 

dinner Poet office. - .. 
latest hy Telegraph . 
Vaudeville Ronte List., 
lairs for 1008........ 

Summer Parks • ■ : .-...-• 

S rw York CUT ■•-. 

Son Francisco Note*. . 

>«tt» In toe Profession 

Cnder the Tents • 

Miscellaneous. -■•. 

THEATRICAL COBBESPONDBNCR, 

Vermont...-.--.-, * .*••* 

M-sBnchusem.. 

cnllfornla 

Pennsylvania 

Michigan 

c-nadn 

Colorado...... 

Wisconsin*. .,..•••• 

DIMrlct of Columbia 

New Hampshire 

New York Stale. . - 

»w Jersey 

Maine 

Ohio 

Utah-...; 

njuMemit. ■••••, 

Mlisoiirl 

Washington • ■ ■ • 

Iowa 

Oregon.. * 

Maryland 

Tennessee '. 

Kentocky • 

Indiana..... 

West Virginia 

Alabama ; 

Virginia 

Kansas...... 

Bhode Island 



LATEST BY TEL EGRAPH. 

SAN FRANCISCO TELEGRAM. 

PROM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT. 

The Orpheum opens at the Chutes Sunday, 



to B. B. The High School Glrln filled 

tho Lyceum twice yesterday The Gen- 
try Brothers' Show opened a week's engage- 
meat on the circus lot to two big audiences. 

Cincinnati, May ft).— Theatricals under 
canvas opened at the Pavilion Theatre last 
night, where the Home Block Co. put on 

"Under the Mori's raw." Two outdoor 

openings ran Into a Sabbath storm, while 

Ludlow Lagoon. In Kentucky, escaped 

Crowds were large everywhere. . ..At Coney 
Island and Chester Park vaudeville ruled. 
. . . .At the Zoo, Conway's Ithaca Itnnd gave 
concerts. 

Inn iHvn.r.r, May 20.— In spite of the Run- 
41S day closing law promulgated for 27. Fon- 
418 tnlne Perry Park and Blvervlew opened Sun- 
day to the largest crowd this season. 



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MINNESOTA. 



Minneapolis.-— At the Metropolitan Opera 
House- (I;. N. Scott, manager) moving pic- 
tures, showing In detail the effects of <he 
earthquake at Ban Francisco, showed to very 
mod houses May 20-2H, as did also Alberta 
Oallntln, In "Cousin Kate." M-2U, Swedl»h 
Dramatic Club 27-.10, Nat C. Goodwin 31- 
.Tune 2. Ferris Stock Co. will open an en- 
gagement for the Summer, beginning June It, 
with Florence Sione na leading lady. The 
first week this company will present "Tho 
Great Ruby." 

Bijou opera House <T. I,. Hays, ronna- 

fer), — "How Baxter Butted la" did fair 
tislness May 20 and week. "When Knight- 
hood Was In Flower" 27 and week. "My 
Wife's Family" neit week. 

Lyceum (I. C. Speers, manager). — "At the 
Rainbow's Bud," by Franklin Fyles and 
Ralph Stuart, was played to packed houses 

20 and week. "Confusion," a farce comedy, 
27 and week. "A Stranger In a Strange 
Land" next week. 

Unique < John Elliott, mnnager) .—Bill 
for 28 and week : J. J. Sullivan and com- 
pany. Laurel and Southern, the Fishers, Ben 
Mttlvey, the Great Hldrldge, Herman r.n 
Fleur and motion pictures. Fair buslnens 

21 and week. 

Dowry ( W. A. Singer, manager) . — The 
ideals played to very good houses 20 and 
woek. This theatre closed Baturday evening, 
20, tor the Bummer montba. 

WONDKBLAND PABK opeOR to the public 



jjjjjgjjj Route Cist 

Thin Hut la made op ■■ nearly se- 
«nrat> sui It la poaalhle to aaake a, list 
Of taudrvllle buoklnit*- To inxurr lit* 
arrlton la thla department the nnme 
or tbe theatre or park, »■ well as the 
«•!■ > or lawn, MUST a*-<-ompnn> each 
honking* seat «•>. 

Acker A Collins, Columbus, O., 28-Jjme 2. 

Adler, Flo, Fontaine Terry I'nrk, l/inls-Hle. Ky., 

28 June 2. 
Adella, i.s, Amlltorlnm, Parkersbnrg, W. Vs., 28- 
' June 3. 
Adelyn, Rljoti, Canton, 0., 28-Jnne 2; BIJon, 

Pique, 4-0. .-»-•■ 

Adams A Mack, Olympic, So. Bend, Ind., 28- 

J*une 3. 
Adams & Inwards, BIJou. Racine, Wh., 28-June 2. 
Addls6rt A l,1vinc*toii, O. H., Crnokstoa, N. D., 

28-Jnne 2; 0. II., flrand Porks, 4-0. 
Aberns, The. Wonderland, Indianapolis, 28-Jnne 2. 
Allnf. Mile., Kmnire, Den .Moines, Is., 38-June 2; 

Family, Davenport, * "■ 
Allisons (8). Albanilira. N. Y. C, 28-JiOie 3.- 
Alvln A Kenney, Cryatal Park, Sedalla, Mo., 28< 

June 2. 
Alva, Alice, Mora Park, Youngntown, 0., 28- 

June 2. 
Allen, Ruth. & Co.. Proctor's, Newark, N. J„ 28- 



.in 



2. 



0., 



May ST, with the following bill: Elizabeth w i t n new sp«claltlea Saturday, May 20, for 

Murray. Bailey, Austin and company, Cath- the Summer. 

trine Dabl, Carson and Wlllard, Valerie Sells- Floto CiRCOfl, afternoon and even- 



Periere, Eva Mudge, Mosher, Houghton and \ ng May ?r>, was not able to accommodate 
MoBtier, Clifford and Burke, and motion pic- the crowds who endeavored to witness tha 

performances. 



Mosl 

'"notbs,— As chairman of the aub-commlttee 
nV theatres, etc., William H. Leahy has pre- 
rented his report to the Joint committee on 
linlltllng laws. The report recommended a 
number of minor changes In the laws that 
j-nvern the erection of such structures. In 
i ue past theatres have been permitted of 
such construction that the roofs have been 
Mipported by the exterior walls. The Mn- 
Jp.stlc Theatre was constructed In this man- 
iier and the earthquake wrecked It, the walls 
falling outward and letting the roof down 
through the luilldlnc In. hiture thla will 
not he permitted. Tbe buildings will have 
Hieel frames, and the roofs and all parts or 
the enBentlal frsmework will be Interlocked 
with the sieel structure. The exterior walls, 
nf brick or such other material as may be 
selected, will have no functions In tbe future 



St. Pawl. — At the Metropolitan Opera 

Houne (L. N. Scott, manager) Alberta Galla- 
tin, In "Cousin Kate," came to fair business 
May 20-23. San Francisco earthquake and 
lire pictures bad fair to good business 24-20. 
Nat C. Goodwin comes 28-30, presenting "The 
Genius" and "In a Blaze of Glory." The 
Ferris Stock Co., In "The Great Itnby," 31- 
June 2, and this will conclude the reason. 
There will be no stock at this theatre this 
Summer, the Grand having the George Pnw- 
cett Stock Co. 

Grand (Theo. L, Hays, manager).— Vir- 
ginia Drew Trescott, In "When. Knighthood 
Was In Flower." supported by John J. Far- 
rell, bad good business and pleased week of 
May 20. For week of 27, "My Wife's Family." 
Scanning with week of June 17, and contlnn- 



Allen, Leon A Bertie. Grand, Hamilton, 

June 2; Orphenm, Sprlngtleld, 4-0. 
Alburlua A Millar, Varieties. Oldham. Bng.. June 

40j Tlv., Barrow, lltrt; Sonlbport. 18-23. 
Altlo A Armour, Altro Park, Albany, N. V., 28- 

June 2. 
Alpha Trln. Tractor'* 23.1 St.. 38-Jnne 3. _ 
Amoros Sinters, Temple, Detroit, 28-.Inne 2. 
American Newsboys' Quanelte, Tbllllpa', Rica. 

tnnml, Ind., 28 June 2; Itamona I'ark, flranJ 

H.Mihl-1, Midi.. 4-0. 
Amnnn ft Hartley, Belfast. Ire., 28-June 3; 

Dublin, 4-0; Liverpool, Kng., 11-10; Rraufonl, 

An.lprw'n. Alfred, Olentongy Park, Columbus, O., 

28-June 2. . , „ 

An.lerBon A RcynoMs, Bllnn, Frankfort, Ind., 28- 

Jtine 2: Oranil, Mlcbigaii City. ■* <■. 
AnsonA Chlkeri. Cryatal, Deirolt, 28-June 2. 
Aptlnle'K Rea» A Dob*. Carnlfal, Rnyonne, N. J., 

28-June 0. . _ 

Anel. Lillian, Moore'a, Portland. Me., 28-June 2. 
Armln'ta A Bur"(e, Dorney Park. Allentown, Pa., 

W-Jnne 2. __ _* - 

Armamlo Rroa., BIJou, Dlilulb, Minn., 28-June 2. 
Armond, flrsce, Crynlal, Rock Islanil, HI., 2H- 

June 2 ; Concordia, Peru, Ind., 4-0. 
ArmslronK A Vern, O. 0, H., Grnml Rapids, Mlcb., 

28-June 2. 
Arnot A Otinn. Coney Island. N. Y., 28June 9. 
Asra, Lyric. Richmond, Va., 2BJ«ne 2. 
Afhlon A Karle. Crystal. Kokomo. Ind., 2BJune 2. 
Aiintln. Claude. DnlqiH 1 , Kau Claire. Wis., 28- 

June 2; L'olque, Mlnneanolla. Minn. 
Aiitouette. Josle. Heuderson' - " 

Atboii. ll aobt. A Co., Bijou, Dululb, Minn., 28- 

AustlnN. Tnsalna;, Meyer's Lake, Canton, O.. 28- 
June 2 : Avon Park. YnuncHtown, 4-0. 

Atntlnn, Creat, Spring llrove Park, Hprlnfflehl, 
M.>., 28-June 2: I.akesltle Park. Akron, 4-0. 

Rarrv. Knlle. Keith's, Ronton. 28-June 2. 

Rallpy. Austin A Co., Chutes, San Fran., Cal.. 28- 

liarne«i ft I-erlnn. Prlncesa, Rallaril, Wash., 28* 
June 2 ; (lrniid. Tamma. 4-11. 

Hni Ivy A Pkkett, HhadyHlde Pnrk, Ralto., 28- 
June 0. _ 

Rurry A Wolford. Olympic, Clilcafto, 28Jnne 2. 

Hull A RaMpgati Forwt Pnrk. Little Bock. Ark., 

Hanks, 1 Charley. Idea, Oslikwli, Wis., 28-June 2. 
llarty, Mr. it Mrs. Jimmy. VU-lorla. N. X. 0., 28- 



Byron A Lanrilon. Casino. Norfolk, Va., 28-Jnae 2. 

Rynic, Francis, Moore's, Portlaiul.Mp., 38-JuaaS. 

Carlln A Otto. Ornbeatn, Rkln.. 28-June 3. 

Cssari A De Verne, Dayton, 0., Jane 4-0. 

CiMids t2Ut, Ken's. Kscanaha. Mich.. 38-Jnne 3. 

Cat«- Family, Bijou. Oreeu Bay, Wis.. 81-June 2; 
Crystnl, Mllwuiikee, 4-0. 

Cartrr A Jones. Hl>iu, Norfolk. Va., 28-June 2. 

Carus. Krama, Keith's. N. Y. C, 38-Jnne 2. 

Carroll ft Clarke. Orpheum, Wehh City, Mo., 3N- 
Jnne 2. 

Cameron ft Toledo. Island I'ark, Kastnn, Pa., 28- 
June 2: Tiimbllng Dam, Brlilteton. N. J., 4-0. 

csmrron, Orace, Temple, Detroit, 28-Jnne 2; 
G. O. II.. Plltshurg, 4». 

rnnmhell ft Johnson. Proctor's 2fld St., N. Y, Oh 
28 June 2. 

Ciinrlce, l.vnn A Fay, Orpheum, Ln* Angrlcs, 
Cal., June 4-0. 

Camille Trln, I'rtKtor's 23d St., N. Y. 0., 28 June 
2; Victoria, N. Y. C, 4-0. 

Carl Bros., Orpheum, Boise, Ids., 38-Jnne 10. 

Cnrlmells (:il, Proctor's, Newark, N. J., 2A> 
June 2. 

Carlo*, Chss., Orrln Hrm., Mexico. 28-Jnne 0. 

Carson A Wlllard.- Chines, «nn Fran., Cal., 2H- 
June 2. • 

Carter A Walers Co., Keith's, Clevelnnd, 28- 
June 2. 

Carrtdl'A RHcr, Alcaanr. Denrpr, Col., 28-Jnne 0. 

Carlisle's Aulmnls, Hpndprson'n, Oonpy lslnnd, 
N. Y.. '28-June 2. 

Carrollton A llndar*, Family, Rkln.. 28-Jnne 2. 

Case, Charlie, Kcllh'a, N. V. C. 28-June 3. 

Caruiihelis, Tbe, Family Tark, Raelne, Wis., 38- 
June 2. 

Calvin. Jns., Lyric. Poestello, Ida., 2R-Jnne3i 
Crystal, Denver, Onl., 4-0. 

Carleton. Al., Howard. Rosion, 28-June 2. 

Cherry A Bates, Woodlnwn Park, Lnlrnhe, Pa.. 
28-Jnne 2; flutter. 4-R. 

Chnrles, Cnrl. Home, llntrblnsnn, Kan., 28-Jime 
2; Vlnewood Park, Topeka, 4-lt. 

Chsdwlck Trio. Island I'nrk, Kastnn, Pa., 28- 
June 3. 

Chester Mile., Kcllh's, I'blln., 28 June 2. 

Clifton. Kili.-I, ft (V)., Keith's. RoNlnn, 28-June 2. 

Clark'a IKi^rs A I'onles, Avon I'nrk, YounR*sl»wn, 
«)., 28-June 2. 

Clay Bisters, Acme, Norfolk, Va., 28-June 2. 

Clayton, Jenkins A Jasper, Chester Park, Cincin- 
nati, 28-June 2. 

Clifford A Burke, Chutes, flan Fran., Cal., 28- 
June 2: Orpheum. Iar Aniretca, 4-0. 

Clsiidlun A Scnrlei, Fmplrc, De* Moines, la., 28- 
June 2. » _ 

Clnrk ft Diincnn, Nlnlowa Pnrk. Peru, HI., 28- 
Jutie 2; Sims Sonet i'ark, Clilcntto. 4-0. 

Clarke A Temple, HIJon. Superior, Wis,, 28 Juno 



us, Minn., *•*• „ 
, Coney Island, N. Y-, 



other iban to Jwap ^_0 ».eliTJM^JgilJ t tfW |n for t f ie Slimmer aeasoo, Ibe George few- Ro J £ %*tM. p B rk. Canton, o.. 28-Jnne 2. . 

the buildings whatever of a rchit ectura 1 at- cett Co j n repertory. m BirnSa (3i* Bijou. Hay City, M ch., 28-June 2; 

iractlveoeas may be sought. The other re- v flTAU ' (J J7 v / n no0i manager) ,—Sa.i Kalamnioo, 4-». 

norlB BUbmltteo bv sub-committees or toe f ra nclsco earthquake pictures. In conlun-- Barnes & Rdwlus, Tcrre nante, Ind., 28 -June 0. 

committee on building laws showed that very (] wUh 8am nevere'H Big Show, had big Rates. LoaJf W., I'arlor, Kverett.Wosh.. 28-Jnne 2, 

!.iiKln changes will be made In the existing b , IH | neBH we# ^ of May 20. This engagement Bartletis. Mnalrai, Park, Danville, Conn., 28- 



*-Juim 



cod«V. ..John Morrlsey, resident manager 
of the Orpheum, accompanied by his wife, 
has gone East on an extended vacatkta. 
Dii ring bis absence hla position will 1» Oiled 
hy Phil Hnstlngs, the popular press repre- 
l*e of tbe bouse. 



iientatlve 



FROM OTHER POINTS. 



cold, Rainy Weather Interferes with 
Oat Door Amssements. 

PHi^ipBLPiiii. May 20. — RaiDJ weather 
spoiled fhe attendance at the parks, resblt- 
luic lu big crowds at the theatres that are 

nT ill open "Bosalle" began Its sixth week 

wllh a crowded house at the Chestnut. . . . . . 

"Checkers," In Its fourth and last week, hod 

n line house at the park "The Tourists, 

in Its final week at the Lyric, drew well.. .. 
Keith's bad capacity at night and a well 

Hlled house at the matinee Bertha Crelgh- 

lon. in "Camille," merited favor nt Fore- 

pangh's The French Folly Burlesquem, 

nt the Lyceum I Yankee Doodle Girls, at the 
Itljoii ; Now York Belles, at the Tracndero, 
nod "Darkest South," at the Casino, had 
profllable'patronage. 

H08TON, May 2ft.— Henry Miller and Mar- 
garet Anglln presented "Young Fernnld for 
tbe flrBt time on any stage, nt Hi.- Majestic 

i o n jnrge houae "Duster Brown" opened 

prosperously the Una! week of the season, at 

the Globe Stock company bills drawing 

well were : "Mrs. Dane's Defence," at the 
Umpire: "The Jilt," at the Castle Square, 
and, "Big Hearted Jim/' at the Bowdoln 

Hntinre Burlesque houses did well, and 

vaudeville at Keith's and the Howard Herved 



closed tbe season for this house, which will 
remain closed until about the middle of Au- 
gust. The season has been a very satisfac- 
tory one. 

Oqfhrl'm <Cbarles Frerck. manager).— 
Business win very good week o( 21. No 
chonge In bill for week of 28, all holding 
over. _ , 

EMPJRB (A. Welnholzer, manager). — Runl- 
ness was fair week of 21. New people for 
week of 28: Clem Savage, Vera Sttinby, 
Debme Vedder and Berdle Van Ilauk. Hold- 
ing over; The Great Denby, Llllle Garnett, 
Hn.iiv and Hamilton, and vera Lorain. 

si;i.i.h Fi.iito Showh 241. 



4-0. 



28-June 



D ninth.— At the Lyceum <C. A. Marshall, 
manager) Frederick Wards, Mav 22, 23, 
closed the regular season of this houan. 

MKTBoimiTAN (W. If, I/>ng«treet. mnna- 
g er ),_Tho John L. Sullivan Co., week of 
21, had fair business. 

Bijou (Joe Maltland. manager).— Bill for 
week of 2$; Gnto, Jnp Juggler ; Edith Donby 
and company, Robert Alhou and company, 
Armando Bron., the Merrelt Sisters, Morey 
Load, Jus. McClellan. Hnd pIciureM. 



■ ■ Alhol, Mass., ■ . 

Barretts (it). Moore's, Portland, Me., 28-June 2. 

Bnyea, Norn, Mujeallc, Chlcagn. SH-June ' 

Ilernere Sisters, Cheater I'nrk. Cincinnati, 
2; Cedar Pt., Sandiwky. 4-0. 

Benton, Klwood A Mantle, Lakeside Park, Day- 
ton, 0., 28-June 2. . .. . 

Roienioe ft Co.. Lnke Michigan Park, Muskegon, 
Mich.. 28-June 2. 

Bell A Rlelinrda, Fairyland, Pateraon, N. J., JR- 

Beyer, Ben. Proctor's. Troy. N. Y., 28-June 2. 
He-Anos, The, Keith's, Boslon, 28-Jtme 2. 
Bertiiin A Brockway. Proctor's 08lh Ht.. N. T. 0., 

28-June 3; Proelor's Xild St.. N. Y. 0., 4-0. 
Bennett. Laura A Co.. Poll's, New Haven, Conn., 

nedmiln , *ArabB 18), Kellh's, N. Y. 0., 28-June 3. 

Meniere, Valerie, A Co., Chutea, San Fran., Oal., 
28-June 2. , 

Bcrger BroH., Athletic Park. New Orleans. La.. 
2M-.Titne tl Forest Pnrk. Llllle Rock, Ark.. 40. 

pcrrjic's Circus, Proctor's 58lh HI., N. Y. C, 28- 
Jnne 2. 

Berlin!, Fairyland, Peterson, N. J.. 28-June 2. 

Birch, John. Forest Park, Ht. Louis, 28-Jnne 2. 

Bison City Trio. Umpire. Ht. Ixiuls, 2H-Juna 2. 

Hiram, Bomm, B-rr-r, Sohmer Park, Montreal, 
Can,, 28-June 2. . 

Bijou Comedy Four, Bayonne. N. J.,. 28-Ju3e 2 



Savoy (R. H. Hadneld, manager) la doing Black Hussars. Orpbeiim, 

fairly well wllh moving pictures. m h *? h I n ' j«,",« ' Audiiori 

Notbb.— Adelaide TbnrBton will Bpend the Bl " k ,.« j0DM » Aumu>rl 



Al- 



Notrh. — Adelaide Thurston will spend 

Summer In Duluth, wllh her mother 

Laura Frankenlleld closed her season In the 
West, and will be at home with her mot her, 
In Dululb, for the Summer. 



kin.', 28-J 

Auditorium, Lynn, Mass., 2B< 

Kan., 28 



I I I 



TRXAS. 
Ft. Worth. — At While City (Jake 



vauaev lie at ivenn s anu uiw no*»u»ni™ §r|, worm. — ac wniie uiiy i^iiao „'';.;;■/,-„""„'«■.,„. D tn nn.ifoms N 

in draw many The Tremont will be dark fiwflrl7 , manager) the opening of the White Iientolr^reaory Troupe, Hippodrome, N. 

imt(l Wednesday afternoon, when "Tbe Man KoBft Tben t re g -The Beggar Student" Comic mgTgt Empire, Des Moines, la., 28-, 

from Now" will have premier. ^_ M 0ppra Co ., May 20, resulted Jn a packed gg^ iinrVy.T^C^nisngy Park. Col 



Kawhas Crar, May 20.— The sudden cold 
wenlhor hod a good effect on the theatre 
openings. "Buster Brown," nt the Grand, 

bad two big houses Tbe Woodward Stock 

Co. -opened a Summer engagement at the Au- 
ditorium, presenting "The Cavalier.' HVa 
Lang, Geo. Farren nnd all the old rnvorlies 
received ovations, before packed houses. .... 
"Dora Thorne" drew well at tbe Glllls, and 
the New Century Girls nleased at tho 

Century In spite of the weather, n 

record 'breaking; crowd turned out for tho 
opening at Fnlrmount Pnrk. All the eon- 
ceMons did well, and In the theatre tbe Inv 
perlul Musical Co. presented" "King MM 
...J. At Forest Pork big crowds heard the 
Itoyal Hungarian Hussar Band. . . . . . In Hop- 

kips' Theatre Louise Brehany wbb the head- 

liner. . . .'. .Big Sunday crowds were on hand of < ■ olum h b " "H. 

Electric Park, to enjoy Ellery'a Band. .... r"8 a >. . while o s 

la .he tierman Village, Verden, Perry and ^jfJUSL 
Wilbur scored a hit. 

CiuoAao, May 2ft. — Rlvervlew, Bans SoiirI 
aqd Chutes opened Saturday, despite cold 

weRtber, to big crowds "The Lion dm 

the Mouse," at the Illinois; "The Glnger- 
hread Map." at McVIcker's, and Williams aud 
Walker, at the Great jNorthern, were Sun- 
day openings. Current attractions are: "Tbe 
Prlnc* Chan," nt the Grand; "The Heir to 
the Hoorab," at Powers'; "The Student 
King, ai tbe Studebaker ; "Forty-flve Minutes 
from Broadwav," at tbe Colonial ; "The 
Three Graces," at tbe Chlcngo Opera Houae ; 
* Julie Bonbon." at the Gnrrlck : "Tbe Um- 
pire." at the La Salle; "The Little Minister, 
at the Bush Temple ; "A Crown of Tbomo, 
at tha Aihaxnbra; "Uncle Tom's Cabin," at 
ihe Criterion; "Tbelma," nt the Columbus: 
■The Old Clothes Man. 1 ' at Ihe BIJoti ; Ad- 
ler's Vlddlsh Company, at the Academy: 
vaudeville. at the Majestic and Olympic, and 
hnrlpfifjiie at tbe Folly, Trocadero and Kusons'. 
While city |r doing big business. 

WtHHiNDTos. May 2ft. — Luna Park, tbe 
new, resort, under tbe direction of Frederick 
IngertolL; and management of George E. Gill. 



houBc. "The Mikado" was offered as the 
opening Mil. A nightly cbnnge of progrumme 
Is ■announced. The outdoor attractions are 
drawing wejl. 

St^kparo (Frank De Beoue, manager).— 
"A Skule for Hkandul" wns Ihe title of the 
coined v Imrlctln offered by Bob Hewlelie, to 
open the big Mil week of 21. The olio In- 
cluded : Mills nnd Fox. Fannie Woods, Jack 
McFndden, Pearl Gllmore, Tbelma Klngoley, 
Fny Dclmnr, Will and lata Maultby. Lulu 
He Mar, Bob and May llcwlette, Little Dot 
and Lulu Lnwton. H oslneHB Is bo oming. 

Houston. — At Turner Hall Billy Wil- 
liams' benefit, outlined May 25, assumed 
maaimolh proportions. K. of P.'s, Knights 
of ColumbiiH nnd Bwi puwhed things with a 
(Hide men, like Cnpt. Law- 
jfl Hotel ; Tim Cronnn and 
others hustled wllh their old time activity. 

Hiohlanu Park Thgatrb (Harry Van De 
Mark, business manager). — The season will 
opeu 27, with tho Hollingsworth Twins Co. 
Instead of "The Beggar Student" Opera Co., 
as first Intended. "The Matinee Girl' June 3. 
— »' 

San Antonio.— At Electric Pork (Sid H. 
Wels. manager) "The Beggar Prince" Opera 
Co. finished a most successful engagement. 
This company made many friends, and will 
be gladly welcomed back. Albert Taylor 
stock Co. returned, In repertory, May 20. 
Mr Taylor eeems to be a big favorite, and 
played, 20. to tbe largest crowd that baa 
ever assembled In the park. 



June _. 
Blnmphlu A Helir, Empire, Atchison, 

ltlosrtom, ' Nat, National, Kansas City, Mo., 28- 

Bortdnls, The. Hippodrome. N. Y. 0., 28-June 2. 
Bowery Newsboys' Quartette, Paetor'a, N. Y. C, 

28-June- 2. „ _ , . 

Bowery Com«ly Four. BendcrHon's, Coney Island, 

N. Y.. 28-June 2. m _ m 

" Y. C, 

..June 3. 
Bott'ef. Ilnrry, A' Co., Olenlsngy Park, Coltimhua, 

O., 28-June 2; Farm, Toledo, 40. 
Booth, Hope, A Co., Victoria, N. Y. (.', 28- 

Bowman"' Frank, Majesllc, Chicago, 28-June 2. 

BoRdon, Albert R.. Chicago. 28-Jmte 2. 

Boylan, Arthur ft Mildred, 1'sslor's, N. Y. O., 

28*June 2: Keith's, Phlla., 4-11. 
Brehiner, Carl. Pastor's, N. Y. ()., 28-Jnne 2. 
Itrrnnt A Hnvllle, Proolor's, Troy, N. Y., 28-June 



June 2. 

Clnrk. Billy. Rnmnnn Pork, Ornnd Rapids, Mich., 
28-Jnne 2. 

Colinnldo Four, lllh Ward. Wilmington, Del., 28- 
June 2; Cniifou. O., 4-0. 

Conplflger ft Crawford, A. A 8., Boston. 2B June 2. 

Conger A Odin. Palace, ScbenectBily, N, Y„ 28- 
.1 2. 

Connelly, F.minn, BIJon, WheellnR. W. Vn„ 28- 
Juno 2. 

Corhett. Jns. J„ A Co., Colonial, N. Y. 0., 28- 
June 2. 

Collins A La Belle. Cook'a I'nrk. KvansTllle, Ind., 
2s-Jiine 2; (Vdiir Pnlnl. Haiidusky, C, 4-0. 

Conrny, John A Mamie, I'ark, Alhol, Mass., 28- 
June 2. 

Corrlann A Hayes. Rljnn, Wheeling, W. Vs., 28- 
June 2, 

Coyne, Hrnce, Family, Mnrrjnette, Mlcb., 28-June 
2; Uen'H. KmciiiuiIis, 4-0. 

cm, Kay. 11. A B« N. Y. C. 28-June 2. 

Cit'iril.'lali, Win., Kellli's. I'lillu., 28-June 2. 

Cole A CIcmctiK, Bijou, Mnrliielic.WR, 2HJune2. 

C**iU* A Miss Ifothert, Kmplre Tour, Ifing., 28- 
Jntie ::o. 

Conk A Mndlson. Temple, flelrolt. 2H-Jnne 2. 

Cotiloii A llastfnirs, Hnnlou's I'olnt, 'loronlo. 
Can.. 28-Juiip 2. 

Colonial Sepletle, Ye, Proctor's H8th 8t„ N. Y. 
C 2«-Jiine2; Woolworlli's.l.iincnsler, l'i„ fli. 

Cowley. Jns. II., Idea. Manitowoc, Wis,, 28- 
June 2. 

CrcsHj A Dayuc, I'motor's 2:id St., N. Y. 0., 28- 
June 2. 

C-rcc. Jessica, Howard, Boston, 28-Jnne 3. 

Crawford ft IIcIitiiiihi, Hendersofi's, CnnSf IslBtirt, 
N. V.. L'fl-Jutie 2. 

Crlspl. Ida A O., Poll's. New llnven, Conn., 28- 
June 2, 

Oiirtls, Ned, BIJon, Wheeling, W. Va., 2H-June 
3; Aiidltorlimi, Parkcrsliurg, W. Vs., 4-0. 

Onllen. Jaa. II., Moss ft Mlnll Tour, KtiK., 28- 
June 30. 

Davis A Walker, Proctor's Gib Ave., N. Y. 0.. 
28-Jnne 2. 

Dflnovim. I**, Onyety, 8t. I^iuls, 28-June 2; Crys- 
tal, At. Joseph, Mo., 4-0. 

Dnveiinort, l.t'ini. urjind, Hartford City, Ind., 
28-June 2; Ornnd, Peru, 4-0. 

Hawaii, Buck, I'usior's. N. Y. 0., 28-June 2. 

Howell. Aiirle. Orpliciim, Bkln,, 2R-Jnne 2; Al- 
hamlirn, N. Y. C 4-0. 

"Dalsyland," • Proctor's M St., N, Y. C„ 28- 
June 2. 

DnlUw ft Itolisoii/ Olynipli;, (Thlcniro. 28-June 2. 

Uiihl. KnlheriiiiS Cluiles, Hsu Fran., Cut, 28- 
June 2, 

De Varo A Curl Is, Stisie Cliy O. II., Bedford. 
In. I.. 2H .linn. 2. 

Dell A Fondii, Bijou, Marinette, Wis,, June 4-0. 
Hcnti-n. Dave, HIJ.ni. Mnrlnclte, Wis., 28-June 
2; BIJon. Calumcl, Midi.. 4-0. 

De Will, Burns A Torrance. ICinp., JobBniiesluiru, 
S. A., 28-Juno 2; Tlvoll, Ca|N» Town, 4-July 14, 

Dnvenu, Hutierl, tl. O. IL, Pltlsluirir, 28-Juna 2; 
Cascade i'ark, Newcastle, Pn.. 4-0. 

Dervln, Jan. T'„ BIJou, Calumet, Mich., 28-Juno 

2; Hen's, Kmnnslin, Mich.. 4-0. 
Derenda A (Ircen, M.ms ft Moll Tour, ling., 2H- 

J tin*' 80. 
De Onto A McDonald, Hlnr. Muni-le, ind., 28- 
June 2. 
De Mtilhs. Tlie, Idlewond Park, Rlclitnond, Vu., 

28 J mis 2. 
De ArmoH, Iforrle ft Madge, Lagoon, Ludlow, Ky., 

28 June 2. 
Drnne, Sydney, A Co., Majestic, Chicago, 28-June 



3. 



0. H , Cedar BapldB, In., 
Hamilton, Con., 



28- 



Bronks, Jennne, 

June 2. 
Brady A Hamilton, BIJou, 

Bracilard,' Julia, Lyric Park, Bo. McAilmer, I. T., 

Brndforda, Ihe, Young's, Atlantic Oily, N. J., 28- 
June 2 j Park. Batonne. 4-0, 

Browulng, Flora, Athletic Park, Buffalo, 28-June 2. 

llruati, Helmn, Alhambra, N. Y. C. 28-June 2. 

Brltions, The, Wlnlergurlen, Berlin, Oer., 28-31 { 
Kryntal I'alast, l^lpslg, June 1-10. 

Braliam, Harry, Proelor's, Newark, N. J„ 28- 

Brown. Harris A Brown, Moore'a, Portland, He., 

Brockmin, Mack A Belmont. Keith's, N. Y, 0„ 

28 June 2. 

Bristol's Ponies, Peyton's. Bkln., 28-Jnne 2. 
bObSt Trln. Pottsvllle, Pa., 28-Jnne 0. 
Browne, Toon, Whistling, Hhea's, Buffalo, 28 June 



«■ » 



Kmnire Clrevlt Enlarges. 

The Kmplre Circuit last week acquired the 
Dewey, tbe Gotham aud tbe Circle Theatres, 



opened In a blare of glory last night, and 
net. withstanding a heavy downpour of rain, 
the crowd .was large and enthusiastic In Us 

praise Odette Tyler's stock presented 

''The Adventures of Lady Ursula," at the Be- 
itiHco. to a- full bouse Tbe Guy Stand- 
ing Stock, at the Columbia, presented "Still 
Waters Hun Deep," before a large audience. 

Rose Melville, In "Sis Hopkins," opened 

ihe last week of the season at tha Academy, 



»i 

The National STOCK Co., In repertory, 
opened at Mineral Wells, Tex., for a two 
weeks' engagement at tbe Summer Theatre, 
commenclDg Monday, May 21, in the follow- 
ing pin vh : "An Arizona Bomance," "A Moun- 
tain Waif," "Woman Against Woman," "Man 
of Destiny," "Wages of Sin, 1 ' "My Uncle 
from Japan," and "Tracy, the Outlaw." 
Vaudeville specialties were also Introduced. 
Following Is the roster: Townseml- Irwin, 
J. W. Grlflln, Roy Norwood, Kd. Williams, 
Allen WeBherr. Gnlt Durham, Mae Chester, 
lOiennor urlfun, Ituth Gale, Norman WUltta 
and i. Roooey. 



Bn»wo, Harry A Dolores, Family, La Fayette, 
Iml., 28-June 2; Robinson Park, Ft. Wsyne, 

Brook's, Harvey. Park, Wind Oap, Pa., 28-June 2. 
Brown A Wllinot, Island Park, BlceUlor, Mluu., 

28-June 2. - ■ . 

Brown. Jack. A Lillian Wrlgbt, Kenoaba Park, 

Danbury, Conn.. 28-June 2; Lake Nlpmuc, Vi- 

hrldge, Mats., 4-0. 
Buckley, Laura, aodfroy's, Orand Rapids, Mich., 

28-June 2. m • 

Burke. Dan, A Co., Colonial. N. Y. 0.. 28-Joae 2. 
Bitdworlb A Weill. Lyric Park. Joplln. Mo., 28- 

June 2: Ornheum, Webb City. 4-0. 
Bush A Gordon, " 

June 2. 
Burke A Urllne, Crystal, Logansporl, 

Jane 2; Crystal, Frankfort, 4-9. 
Bnrton A Bnrlon. Onturr, Knosaa City. Mo, 

June 2: Standard, St. Loola. 3-9. 
Buckley. Franklin A., Krbe's, North Beach, N. Y„ 

2 H- J line 2. 

Base, Wm., Family, Pateraon, N. J„ 28-Jant 3. 

Huiloa A Rankin, Forest Park, St. Louis, 28- 
Jnne 0. 

Bnrkea, JuR-gUog, Hippodrome. Han Fnn,, Col., 
28-June 2; Acme, Hnerumenlo, 4-0. 

Buckeye Trio, Cryatal, Detroit, 28-Jnne 2; Olym- 
pic. So. Bend. 4-0. 

Brers A Herman, Park, Canton, o., 28 -Jnoa 2. 



Poll's, New Haven, Oono,,' 28- 
Ind., 28- 

28- 



netmar A Dexter, Orpheum, Daveaport, Is 

June 0. 
Bcvere A Devcre, 0. 0. H., Ornnd Rnplds, Midi., 

2RJunc 2. 
Re Faye Sisters, Casino. Norfolk. Vs., 28-Juno 2, 
De.Imo, nanlsn's I'l., Toronto, 28-Jnne 2. 
Pel innt t:ii, Wnolworth, Lancaster, I'a., 28- 

.i i ii" 2. 
ftf Tjairn. The. Main St.. Peoria, III., 28-June 

2; KprliiRbhmk Casino, Houlli Bend. Ind., 4-0, 
Delnore A Darrell, llljnii, l.a Crosse, Wis., 28- 

.Inne 2. 
Be Iteneo A l.u Hue. San Smicl Park, Wllkes- 

Biirre, Pa., 28-June 2. 
Delmorc Sisters. Kellh's, N. Y. 0.. 2fi-Junn 2. 
Del -A -Phone, Lyric, Ht. Joseph, Mo„ 28-June 3; 

People's. I*enveu worth, Knii., 4-0. 
Mxtin A Fields, Spring Brook Casino, So, Bend, 

Ind., 27-Jttne 2; Robinson Park, Ft. Wayne, 4-0. 
nilla A Templet on. Crystal, HI. Joseph, Mo„ 21* 

June 2; Karl, Pueblo, Col.. 40. 
PIkIr. Serenndern, Henderson's, Coney Island, N. 

Y . 28-June 2. 
Dlerlcki iiros., FnrcNt Park, Ht. IaiiiIs, 27June 

81 Wonderland Park. Wl.hlln. Kan.. :t>0. 
"Dlda," Athletic Park. Iluffnlo. 28-June 2. 
DlKinoiid A Hmlth, flnwortl, Boston, 28-June 2; 

Krlln'a, N. Y. jL 4-0. 
IHamoria A May, Flsrher's, I/ii Angeles, Cat., 28- 
Jnne 0. 
Don. Fmina, Kmp., Burnley, Kna., 28-June 2; 

Warrington, 4-0; Pal., Bradford, ll-lu; Pal., 

Halifax. I8-2X 
BTHkrny, Will, Lake Casino, Canton, O., 28-June 

2; Rocky Hprlngtt, )■:. Liverpool, 40. 
Downey A Pa K e. Wheeling, W. Va., 28-Jnne 2. 
Dorat-b A Rniaell, Ktectrlc Park, M^oatgotnery, 

Ala., 28 June 2; BIJou, Nnsbvllle. Teuu., 10. 
Dotihy, Kdllb, A Co.. BIJou, Dtiluth, Mluu,, 28- 

June 2. 

Tenn., 4-0, 
Dorle, Kdlth, Lakesltle CshIoo, Akron, 0„ 2B> 

June 2. 
Dolierty Hlaters, Hbea's, Toronto, 2B-June 2. 
Hunbars, Casting, Luna Park, Coney Island, N. 

V., 28-June 0. 
Dumonds, \#*. Keith's, Phlla., 28-Juoe 2. 
Dunont, -Mary, A Co.. Olympic, Cbleago. 28-June 2. 
Duncan, Chas. II., I'aalor'a, N. Y, C.. 38-Juue t. 
Dnranda. Lwt. Hendrrson's, Coney Island, N. V., 

28-June 2. 
Dunbar* Coils, Olrnlingy Park, Columbus, 0„ 

28-June 2. 
Rarly A Laic, Lyric Park, Mnskogee, I. T., 28- 
June 2. - 
Carle, ■ Virginia. Temple, Deirolt, 28 -.Tune 2. 
Kckel A Warner. Kmplre, I'lllsfleld, Miss.. 28- 
June 2: Olenhaven I'ark, Ituliesier. N. Y., 4-0, 
RekhaR A (lurdon, Hhea's, Toronio, Can,, 28-Juue 

2. 
Kdioond A Mealy. Hoiighlon, Midi,, 38Jnnq 2; 

HIJcii. Calumet, 4-0. 
Kilrty, Arthur. Fdyslan flrove, Tucsna. Arl>., 38- 

JllDP 9. 

RVlna, Mil*,, Keith's, Boston, 28-Jnne 2. 



Kdson, Harry, A "Doc," Lakeside Caaluo, Akron, 

O., 28-Jnne 2. tm ' 

Elrrora A Ray. Ondfroy'a. Orand Rapids, 28- 
Jnne 3. _ • 
F.lltn Musical Font 1 , Proctor's 3,1*1 St.. N. Y. C, 

28-Jnne 3. 
Kit luge, Julian, Palace, I/tndon, Rug.. 28-June .10. 
Klmo. I'cle & Allle, Kmplre, Snrlngneld, III,, 28- 

Jime 2; Crystal, Ht. Joseph, Mo., 4-0. 
Fllsworilis (4), Ilotil I'nrk, Peru, hid,. 28 J nne 2. 
nun, Snm, Moss A Stoll Tour, Kng., 38 June rtil. 
Mllls-Nowlsn Trio, Victoria. N. Y. C, 38-Jnne 2. 
Kl Oroaln, Slgnui-, Codfroy's, Ornnd Rtplds, Mich., 

28 -J lino 2. 
Kmery, Winifred. Phlla.. 28-Jnne 2. 
Fnii-erors of Mnsle t4>. IngersoII Park, DM 

Moines, Is., 38-Jnne 2; Forest Park, HI. LoiiU, 
4 0. 
Kmplre City Qnartelte, Victoria, N. Y. C„ 28- 
June 2. 
Kni|ilre Comedy Four, Moss A Stoll Tour, Rng., 28- 
June .10. 
Rrnle A Hooeaer, Ren'n, Rscnnaba, Mich., 28- 
June 2 ; Crystal, Milwaukee, Wis., 40. 
H»ter brooks, The, Revere lleucli, Boston, :"■<■ 

June 3. 
Rvuns, May, Henderson's, Coney Island, N. Y., 

28-J line 2. 
Kvons Nlaler*(.'l), Coliseum. Clorelnnd, 28-Jnne 2. 
Kvins Trio, I'nainr's, N. V. C., 28-June 2. 
Lvers, Geo. W., Park, Pueblo, Col., 28-June 0. 
Kftns, Harry, Keith's, N, V. f„ 28-June 2 ; Hen- 

*lersoti's. Coney Islanil, N. Y., 4-0, , 

Cx'»oslllon Four. Knmmin, Orand Kflphls, Midi., 

38 -June 3. 
Farley, James A Bonnie. Wills' Park, Atlanta. 

On., 38-June 31 Montgomery, Ala., 40. 
Fnlarilo, Family. Butte, Mom., 28-June 2; Spo- 
kane. Wash., 4-n. 
Fnrrel I Taylor Trio, Colonial, N. Y. 0., 28-Jnne 2. 
Ferris Wiley Trio, BIJou, Bullle Creek, Mich,, 88- 

Jnne 3; BIJou. Lan-tlng. 4-0. 
IVrgusnn A llceson, Athletic I'ark, New Orleans, 

l.n., 28-June 0. 
Ferguson a Mack, F.mp.. Olasgow, S.i>t., 3h- 

June 2: Paragon, I/indon, Kng,, 4-H; Kmp., 

HlrmlnRham, Hid. 
Frrguson \- I'sssmore, Cnslno Park, Kalamoiisi, 

Midi., June 4-0. 
1-Yrry, Snns Bwicl Park. Chlcngo, 38 June 2 ; 

Wonderland, W'U-hlln, Knn„ 4-0. 
Perrrnis, Kellh's, ClevHnml, 28-Jnne 2; KellhS, 

I'blln., 4-0. 
F^iiielle. Ilnrry, Fairyland, Psterson. N. ,L, 28- 
June 2. 
Fhdd.. mid BniiHnn, Colon, Rakcraflelil, (V>l., 28- 

Jline'J; Los Angeles, ill, 
Flnlsy A Burke. Kclib's, Clevclnnd. SH-Juue 2, 
Fisher, Mr. A Mrs. Forking Kellli's. N. V. (J., 

June 4-0. 
FlrtU, Bnruey. l.ngoou, Ludlow, Ky., 28-.Itine 2. 
Flutter. Music, KcIiI.'h. Phlla., 2H-Jiu>« 2. 
Fields, Will IL, Spring • drove I'nrk, Kprlnglleld, 

<».. 28 June 2; Fnlrvlew I'nrk, nnyton, 4 0, 
Fields. W. <)., Kellh's, Ihxfon, 28-June 2. 
Fisher A Johnson, Itobliimiu's Pnrk, Ft. Wsyne, 

llid., 28 June 2. 
Flriclicr. chin*, leounrd, A Co., I'roclor's OHili 

St., N. V. C-, SB-June. J. 
Florence, Leo. Mntilmt inn, Norfolk. Vs., 28-.Iune 2. 
[Torn. Mildred. Wouderlund, WlelilUi, Kau., 2H- 

June 2; BIJihi, lhibiii|iu>, la., in. 
Flynti, Karl, umpire, Frct>j>ort, III.. 28 June 3. 
Flemi'ii A- Miller. I'nrk, LeiivenworUi, Klin,, 28- 

Jtine 2, 
Flood nros., A Co., Kellh's, N. Y. C„ SR-Jime 2. 
l-'orreata, Mti-ii-.il, Weal Knd Park, New Urlcnnt, 

28-June 2. 
Ford Hlslers A Rrolhers, Kclth'a, Boston, 2R- 

Jnne 2. 
Fav A lUul.cs. Hliihiia Pnrk, Salt Luke, IL, 28- 
Jnne 0. 
Flint 1 llonl I'.r..*.., Ail. Idle Park, RitlTnlo, 28- 

J one 2. 
Fnsler, K«L, A Hog. Alhnnilira, N.Y. C, 28-Juiio 2. 
Fnslo A Hnre. Forest Park, SI. Louis, 28-June 2, 
l-'iev.ill, rnilerlc. LiigiHiu, l.utltow, Ky,, 28-June 2. 
Frnr.er I'-.iiH'd.v Four, Umpire. Ih-s Alolnes, In,, 

28 June 2. 
Frank, Marvelous A Hob, Orpheinn, Los Angeles, 

i. 'ill,, 28-June 11. 
Fn^lerkkri Family, Fimlnlne Ferry Pnrk, LaabH 

Villa, Ky., SM-Jiiiin 2. 
Frlcae Bros,, Midlue, III., 2s.ini... 2; HIJoii, l.u 

(IrotMC, Wis., 4-11. 
l-'rlgiiiicn, TrUle, VU'lorU, N. Y. 0., 28-Jnnn 2, 
l<'re<lcrl<-k, HowHrd, ll.-i..n. 2H-Jiuie 2. 
Frey, Henry, Nltir, N. V. C, SRJuiie 2. 
Frnslnl, F. tl., While Oily, Chlt-ngu. 2M-,lnne 2; 

h'orest Park, Kmtsns city, 4-0. 
(hirtlner A Si.-Mui.l. prodoi-'s, Albany, N. V., 

28-Jnne 2. 
Giinlnor, Jessie C, Air Dome, Topeka, Kau., 2T- 

June 2, 
tliiHHiinni, Joseph In p, Lnkttslile Cnslno, Akron, O., 

2N-Ju»c 2. 
fliiruoltl. Kuili, Family, Pnlersnii. N.J., 28-June 3, 
(liirrlson, Jules A KIIh, Kellh's, Boston, 2NJiinc2, 
(iiirrlty Hlnlers, W*Hdwi>rlh'H, Lancaiister, Pa., 2H- 

Jn.ie 2, 
rinllowny, Jns. W., 0. O. IL, Urnud Ituplds, 

mil-|i., 38-June 2. 
Onrson, Mnrlou, lliiiisinn I'nrk, Ornml Itiiplds, 

Mich., June 4-11. 
(hit-In A I'liitt, Fairyland, I'ulerson, N. J., 28- 
June 2. 
Oarlelle Bros., YontiR's Pier, Allsnllc Oily, N. J., 

28.lune 2, ... 

fTJuylnrd, Itounle.'BIJoii, BtH'ntur, HI., 28-Jnnn 3. 
lliiylur A lirurr, Ciinilvnl, lliinnuii-, N. J., 28- 

Jiilie 2; Alliuille tlnrdeii. N. V. II., 4-0. 
tn-iHcr A Walters, Wenona lleioh, nay City, 

Mich., June Of, 
(lllleii, Tom, Hprlng Haven Pnrk, Bncliratcr, N, 

V., 28-Jiiue 3, 
(illl, Nat, Ciinilvnl. I'lnliiOrld, N. J., 28-JllllC 2; 

Hprlng I. nke 1'urk, Tivni.m. hi. 
OlllluKwiilcr. Ulnnde, A Co., Keith's, N. Y. ft, 

28-June 2. 
Ollroy. Ilnyiics A Moiituomery, Hlppislriiine. Sun 

Fran., Cal., 28-June 2. 
omen. FdHuni A lintel, (smk's Pnrk, Kvansvllle, 

Ind,, 38-Jimic 2. 
(lleiiroy, Jniiies Itlchrnoud. Shea's, Toronto, Can., 

28-June 2. 
(HcoHuiiH, The, ft Houlihan, Tomple, Dcimlt, 

28-Juno 2. 
"hiiwhi of Death," White City, Syracuse, N, Y„ 

28-Jnne 0, 
nii-iiroy Bros,, Bijou, phlla., 38-June 0. 
trjFNlRl, si. ■ 



'&' lliitlloli, Mr. 



itllolt, Mr. A Mrs., Crystal, SI. Joseph, Mo., 
28-June 2; BIJou, Lincoln. Neb., 4-0. 
(lolden tllly Quurlet, Holimer I'nrk, Muiilretil, 

Can., 28-Juno 2. 
(lordon Bros,, Pnslor's, N. Y. C, 28 .Inn e 2. 
(Into, BIJou, Dillutli, Mini)., 2N-,luiii> 2. 
Iloldln, ihrraiv. Victoria. N. Y. I!., 2il June 2. 
Urenniln A Fiilnra, Chesier Pnrk, Cliuinnutl, 21* 

June 2. 
Oreeu A Wenlhcro, Wesimltisler, Prnvldencs, K. 

I., 28-Jiiue 2. 
Gray, Corn, Auditorium, Lynn, Mass 28-.Tnun 2, 
Gray, Kd., Keith's. Boslon, 28>Juue 2. 
Uns'it Bros,, llljioi, Superior, Wis,, 2N-June 2. 
Gross, Win,, Family, Ituclne. Wis., 28-.lum- 2. 
Greeiiiviiy. Hy., ciymptc, Clik-sgo. 2R.luiie 2. 
Grnnl, Kidney, Colmilnl, N, V. C. 2HJnn» 2. 
Hull, Vrtink, F.nsi LlrerpfHd, 0., 28-June 2; Fnrai, 

Toledo. 4-0. 
llnniinoii.I A Forrester, Lnkcvlew Park, Danville, 

111., 28-Jtme 2. 
Haley A Ilnrtr, Coney Inland, 4»nclnnnll, .28- 

June 2; Lakeside Pnrk, Dnytnn, 4-1), 
Harrises, iMnclitg (41, Lakeside I'nrk, Akron, 0., 

2N-.lune 2. 
Iltiwtlinrne A Burl, Kellli's. Cleveland, 28June 2, 
lliitbawav A Helgel, Fontaine Ferry Park, Louis- 

i'l!.-. Ky.. 2h fiiue 2. 
Iluywsrd, Conroy A lloyward, Knnt Bad 1'srk, 

Memphis, Tenn., 28-Juiie 2; Forest I'nrk, Hi. 

Louis, in. 
Ifarcoiirl. Frank, F.uson's, ChlcaKn. 28-June 3. 
Ilawley, Wm, F., A Co., II. A H.. N. Y. 0„ 28- 

June 2. 
Harris, Beauregard A Co., Alntneda I'ark, Rulirr, 
' I'a., 28-June 2. 
Ilnrly, Charley, Crystal, Frankfort, Ind.. 28* 

June 2; Crystul. Klkhnrt. 4-0. 
Hnwkliis, Lew. Fotilalne Ferry Pnrk, UhiIhvJMi-, 

Ky.,'28Jime 2. 
Ilarl, Willie A Kdlih, Kellh's. N, Y. 0„ SH- 
June 2. 
Hnwk-llowk Trio. Itljon, I'lipm, 0„ 28-June 2: 

Van Wert. 4-1*. 
Hayes A Johnson, H. A S., N, Y. C, 28-June 2, 
llsyman A Frankllo, Alhambra, Brlgbion, Kng., 

June 4-0; Kmp., Clnphsot, ll-Hl; Star, Her- 

inondsey, 18-2:i. 
nnveman'a Animals. Ingersnll I'nrk, Dca Moines, 

la.. 28-June 2. 
Hamilton A Wiley, Orand, Milwaukee, Wli., 28- 

Jntifl 2; International, Chicago, 4-0, 
Hearn, Clnrk, Frnnklln, Cryslnl. Denver, Col., 

28-June 2: Crystal, Pueblo 4-n. 
Henry, F-itgene. Park, Kenosha, Wis., 28-June 2. 
llengler Hfslers, Proctor's, Newark, N. J., 2H- 

Junn 2. 
Beriberi Bros.. BIJou. Wheeling. W. Vs., 2H-.Tnne 2. 
Hi-umnns, Marvelous. Htnr, Toronto, Can,, 2H* 

June 2. 
H.rls-rt's Dogs, Audllorlum, Lynn, Mass,, 28- 
June 2, 
Herald H'tuare Quortelte, Idlewlld Park, Rich- 

mood. Vs., 28-Juue 2; Pota-a da Leon Park, 

Atlanta, (la., 4-0. 



414 



THENEW YORK CLIPPER. 



■June 2. 



Herrmann. Ureal, Poll"*, tVorceater, Mim„ 2H- 

Jiiw 2. 
Ilcuuey & Orahsm, Hollywood I'nrk, Hallo,, 28- 

Herbert A 1 Hotter*, Winona Hendl. "«t City, 

Mien.. Jmic ;1«. 
Henry ft'FraiicIs, Keith's, Pbllt.. 28 Jmw 2. 
Helm ciillflrtu, Wore Park, Youufstawn, U., 28- 

Juno 2. 
Htoitian, Capl. Sidney, Ai Fresco Park, P«ua, III.. 

2flJunc if. 
Hilton, Fred. Wonderland, Milwaukee. 38J-June 2, 
Hittn ft Wilson. Keith's, Phlla., 28-Juue 2. 
Hlhbert ft Warren, Klectrlc I'urii, Kii><*i" City, 

Mo., 28-Juue 2: Kinpirr. Dps Mollies, la., 4-0. 
HIUjctk (3V, lrwln, Oosdcs. Ind., 28- June 2\ 

Crystal, ftlwond, 4-tt. 



HUkbrjmd ft VlTtnti, Pocslello, 10*., 28Jnoe 2. 
Hlllruan. Geo., Bijou, " 
Jane 2, 



Kalnmatuo, Mick., 28- 

28-JUUB 



Holnuin. Harry. Family. Hcraiiloo, 1 

2 , l'auill\, I'lilcrnOtt. 4-0. 
Hnlmra ft Waldoit, Bijou, Canton. <)., 28-Juilf 2. 
Howison, ChWler park. Cincinnati. 28-Jime 2. 
Hi*?' i l.«i'. Alliflitibrn, N. V. C, 28-Jtme 2. 
Holt. Air., Mosb Tom-, Kng,. 28-Juno CO. 
Howard & North, Auditorium, Lyun, Mask., 28* 

June 2. 

Howard Brns.. F.oiplro Tour, Kng., 28 June SO. 

1 lodges ft Lauuchtuere, Cleveland, ilK-Junc 2. 

Ibimn, Kflrtto, lrwln, GoabeD, ind., 28-June 2; _ 

<'rjBt«l. Klwowl, 4-1). Juno 2; Wool worth'*. Lancaster. Pi.. 4-6, 

Huinmn Bros., Paln'n, Now Orleans, La,, 28-June Msfilnlcya, The, Maunion'a Park, St. ImiU, £8 

,2: Ohielnunll, 4-P. _ June 2. 

Hughes, Mr. ft Mrs. Nick, Family, 1-atersun, N. Maxttraltb Duo, Atod Park, Youuga lo vru, O., 26 

X, 28-Jnin»2. Juno 2. 

Hiiutrean, Crystal Park, Hi. Joieph, Mo., 28-June Mucart's Uokh ft Monkeys, Poll'*, New Haven, 

Conn., 28-June 2. 



Nhrrrun & Marrow. A. ft H.. llostoii, its-June 2. 
Mantel!'* Marionettes, (Jraml, Hamilton, O., 28* 

JHtMt 2. 

Mnrlyne. Kddy, Circus, Bloom liiglon, III., 28* 

Juuo 2. 
U acw ft Vox. Casino, Plilla., 28-Juiie 2; Family, 

Putersou, N. J., ID. 
Madcaps (IE), Howard, Boabuo, 28-Jmie 2. 
Malumby. flan, Howard, Bon ton, 28-June 2. 
Marco Twins, Fdnlaloe Ferry Park. liOUUvllle, 

K.v.. 28-June 2; Forest Park, hi. l«uln, lb 
Mniir.v, Catharine. Chester Park, Cincinnati, 28- 

June 2. 
Mnnello-Miiriilts Troupe, Hlpi-odrouic, N. Y, 0., 

2.S-Jnm- 2. 
Miili'iney Brm., tiodfroy'x, Oratid lUjildt, lllcl., 

2HJiiiic 2. 
M«PHiu'» Society Bellev. Oatlno, Norfolk, Va., 28- 

Juno 2. 
Miiunlug Trio, (Jo'xul Park. Kp.lnlla. Mo., 28- 

.lltnp 2; Olyni[ili;. Cbicugv. 4-U. . 
Mhmmh a Marnn. Karl, PnettW, Cul., 28'Jaoe 2; 

CriMlRl, Trinidad, 4-9. 
Marriott TwIhm, . Wnhlmaiiii'it, Newark, N. J., 

'JH-JmiP 2: (iotbam, N. Y. 0.. ■»■». 
Mnddtrn-, Tbr, ManUattau, Norfolk, Va., 28- 

Juno 2. 
Maxtello ft Vanaillorr. Columbue, (>., 20-Juue 2. 
Marline, Harry ft Mabel, Lyric, .St. JoMph, Mo., 

28-June 2. 



Hughea, irt'iif. AudllurluDi. J<y»n. Maaa.. 28 June 2. 
Hupbii. Mimical. Park. PUliiflHil. N. J., 28-Juuo 

S ; Outeruttor, Ailnntb: OMy, 4-U. 
Hurd, Shea'a. Toronto, 28-June 2. „ 
imperial Jepaneoo Unarda. Circus Oorly AlBboff, 

Oanabruck. Ger.. 28-Juuc 'M. 
Hiupsa ft Ryan. !,akeal(fe Park. Akron, O., 28- 



Mueub & Maaette. Auditorium, I.ynn, Maaa., 28- 

Junv 2. • 
Mallik'iiM, Juggling. Temple, Detroit, 28-Jutu- 'I. 
McWatlora ft Tyaun Co., U. 0, 11.. Syracuse. N. 

V., 2AJune 2; KeltVa. OlereJand. 4-0. 
McKinnc-n ft Rood, Park, fUnnlbal, Mo., 28-June 
2: Olymiilc, Huriugnold. III., 40. 
June 2: Lagoon, Ludlow, Ky.. 4-1*. McXamee, Kalrylainl, Patervon, N. J,, 28Jnn«2. 

liwio. John Wm Tomplt, Ft. Wayne, Iml., 28-Juuo MeUtoIti ft Smith, Victoria. N. T. C, 28-Jiuw 8, 
Grand, Marluii, 4-W. 



Jauoba, Clinx. Mm Pt. Uratlut, N. X. Joiik ft-O. 
Jatnea ft Davit, A. ft »., Boaton. 28-Juuo 2. 
Jacob* a Hordol, Lcxlorton, Ky., 28-Juuo 2; 

LoulBTlHe, 4-9. 
Jaujei, Twp. Miialcal. Oryatal, Detroit, 28-Juuo 2. 
Jacob*' Doga, MhetK, Buffalo. 28- June 2. 
Jatiaou, U«rr, ft Co.. LakealUo Park, Terre H«oU-, 

liul.. 28jJuue 2. 
JennlogB ft nenfit'w. O. 1), H.. Grand Kauldi, 

Mich,, JUS 2; MalMlle, Chicago. 4-8. 
Johnaon ft Wells, Oh BuriaTera, Budapeal, Hun.. 

Jobmtona, Mualcal, Tower, Blackpool, Kug., 28- 

Jniii* 110. 

Jouea, Morrla, Bijou, Applolou, Win., 28-Juue 2. 

Junes. Irving. Kellli'a, Phlla.. 28-June 2. 

Joue» ft HlTc Proctor's o8th 81., N. Y. 0., 28- 
Juuo 2. 

Joocfi ft Hutioii. Oiilnaluainoitd Park, Worcester, 
Maaa., 2SJudo 2; Trenton, N. J.. 4-p. 

JunJtn- Bros., Avou Park, Youngstowo. 0., 28- 
Juao 2. 

Julian, Theft. H. * H.. N, Y. 0„ 28-Juno 2. 

Kates Brw., HanJon'a Point, Toronto, Cm., 28- 
3uno 2: Fatp, Toledo, 0., 4-0. 

Kempton ft -Murdock. Howard, Boaion. 28-June 2. 

Kerib, Walsh ft Melrwo, Orpbeum, I-oa Ao|cl«a, 
Oal., 28-Jubo 0. , ' . 

KMnji * Pearl, Olympic Cblcaso. 28-June 2. 

Keutou, Dorothy, Moore'a, fortUnd, Me., 28- 

Kelly, Walter C, Kcltb's, PUfla., 28-Juiw 2; 

Kelth'a, N. Y. U., 4-0. ^^ 

Koir, .Lena, Ulcutangy Park, Coluubua, O., 28- 

KHly, Kara ft Ida, Cryalol, Hllwooil, Ind., 28- 
June 2 : Crystal, Wabaah, 4tr. ' 
Kuuson ft Dp Uarmo. tfohtucr Park, Montreal, 
• Ca,n., 2B-Juoc 2, 



MvtJoe ft OuIIIim, Hunulbaf. .Mo.. 28 June 2. 

Mi'Dowell. Jubu ft Alice, Bijou, Marinette, Wis., 
28-June 2. 

McKay ft Frederick*. Olympic, Ohlt^go, 28-Juue 2. 

McCafl Trio. Klcctrlc Park, Kanais City, Mo., 28- 
June 2; Kmiilrc, Den Mollies, la., 4-0. 

McDado ft WolcoDir, Howard, Boston, 28-June 2. 

McCune ft Orunl. KjiIitJow Park, Daylou. 0., 28- 
June 2 ; Lakeside Park, Abrbu, 4-0. 

MrClcllttn, Jim.. HIJuu, Dultltb, lllnu., 28-Juud 2. 

Mnlnllluu Trio. Hljvu, U OroiM.-, Wis., 28-June 2. 

Merrill, Ituimoul, Home. HiilcUiuaOQ, Kan., 28- 
Juin* 2; VJnewooU Park, Tobeka, 4-9. 

MeltHiru. Bert K.. Coney IMaiuI, Cloclnuatl, 28- 
June 2. 

Merrltt ttlaters. Bijou, Duluth, Mliui., 28-June 2. 

Melville ft Conway, Majestic, Chicago, 111., June 

Meredith 8latera, Hip., Kallng, Kng., 28-June 2; 
Canterbury, 4-0; Bustou, 11-10; Paragou, 18- 

Mcluolle i.u Nolo Trio, Avou Park, Youngstowu, 
0., 28-Juue 2; Meyer's Lake «aaluu. Canton, 
4-0. 

Meteors, 1'lylug, Hippodrome, N. Y. C. 28-June 2. 

Mllaul Trio, Shea's, Buffalo. 28-June 2. 

Millar ft Uravc», Oodfroy'a. Craod Hspids, Mich., 
28-Junc2. 

Mitchell ft Browning, Orpiieuiu, Portsmouth, O., 
28-Juuu 2; Masonic, Irontot), 4-B. 

Mitchells (U), Victoria, N. Y. C. 28-Juue 2. 

Millard Bros. tBIII ft Bob). Idora Park, Youngs- 
towu, O., 28-June 2. 



Reded ft llsdley, Aenlnnie, Wkblta, Kan., 28- 
June It (Iklaitoms Cliy, Okla.. 4-0. 
lleno ft Azon, Wonderland, Milwaukee, Wis.. 28- 

June 2. 
lt«yuanl. , Kd. F„ Keith's. Phils.. 28-Jut)f 2; 

Kt'Tth'a. X. Y. C, 40. 
Ulgby, Arthur. U. U. II., Urutid ItnplitN, Mich., 

28-June 2. 
Itlce. ft Blmer, Park. Wilmington, Del., 28-Juue I. 
Rich. Jack ft Berths. Central Park. AHentown, 

Ph., 28 June 2; Wikh1I>ii Park, Camden, N. J., 

4-0. 
Rio BroK. (3). Uleiihaven Park. Rocbeeler, N. 

Y., 28-June 2; Atblellc Park. Buffalo, 4-9. 
Hlebarda, (treat. Family, Kerautou. Pa., 28-June 

2: Muti.t Park, Kaslon. 4-9. 
Rlanos (4). HlpUoilronte. N. Y. <:.. 2H..Tiuie 2. 
KoKsow Midgets, Irjgeraoll Park. Do* Moines, la., 

28-June 2. 
Rogers, John P.. Alauiedn Park, Butler, Ph.. 28- 

Jmie 2: Pittsburg. 4-9. 
Rons Hialerw. Oipheum, (.IdllleotlK*, (>.. 28-JUlie 2. 
Hoflatre ft Duretlo. Majealle, nhlcagrj, 2* June 2. 
Rosalrea, The. Ingeraoll Park, Dew Molnea, la., 

28-Juue 2; Sam goncl Park, Chicago, 4-0. 
Rosa ft Lewis. Pal., Hartlepool. Kng., 28-June 2; 

Pal., Blackburn. 4-8; Pal.. Uallfai. 11-18; 

Kmp.. Burnley. 18-23. 
Rosal, Natallna, Hippodrome, X. Y. C. 28-Juue 2. 
Iloyce, Ray L., Temple, Detroit, 28-June 2. - 
Rogers ft Lnvlne, Ktar, Atlanta. On.. 28-June 0. 
Rogers, Will H-, Palace, London, Bng., 28-June 

Royal Musical Five, Houdorson's, Coney Muni, 

N. Y.. 2S,June 2. 
Romano" (.".), Henderson's, Coney Island, N. Y., 

28-Juue 2. 
Robfniou. KIlMlia, Codfroy's, Urnnd llaplda, Mich., 

28-June 2. 
Roebefort ft May, Lagoon Island, Atbauy, N. V., 

28-Juue 2. 
HobltJHOn. Helene, A. ft S., Ikwtcit. 28-Juuc 2. 
Romeo, Pletro, Coney Island, Cincinnati, 28-June 

Russell, Lillian, Colonial. N. Y. C. 28-Juue 2. 
Russella, Musical, Airdotne, Okla., 27-JuDe 2 ; 

Btjou, Hhawnec, 4-0. 
Ryan ft Rk'bBeld, Victoria, N. Y. C, 28-June !• 
Sanderson A Bowman, Temple, Ft. Wayne, ind., 

28-June 2. i ■ 

Hnnders, Dean ft Sandei-f, Audllorluin, Van Wert, 



i 'ftoftne,' \Vls., '28-June 2. 
" Hurllngtod, Wit., 



Wall. Jimmy, Majestic, Chicago, 28-June 2. 
Ward ft tirmit. Acme, Norfolk. Va.. 28:June _ 
Waguer. May, Umpire. Hj»rlngiicld. III., 28JutioO. 
M'altona, The. BIJoti, L '" 
Waiyne ft Doane. O. n., 

June 2: Milwaukee. 4-0. 
Walsh. Chaa. ft Jennie, Crystal, Frankfort, Ind., 

38-Jum 0. 
Will ion berga (2), Sobuier Park, Montreal, 
, 28-June '£. 
Welch, Jamen &. Cello, Majestic, Chicago, 

June 2. 
Weiia Bros, ft Smith. White City. Bprlngfleld, III.. 

28- June 2: CskItki Perk. Kalaunasoo, Mich., 4-». 
Weever ft Lambert, Rou'a Pavilion, Cincinnati, 

28-June 0. 
West ft Fowler. Family, Marquette, Mlcu., 28- 

Jnne 2. 
Weston. Willie. Proctor'e 58tb St., N. Y. C„ 28- 

Juno 2. 
Well*. Lew. Howard, Boston, 28-June 2. 
Whipple. Waldo, Bant -Lake Pork, Palmer, MaBa., 

:in-Jnnc 2. 
Wharton ft Le Hoy, Bioplre, Atchison, Kan., 28- 
June 2. 
Whlteley ft Bell. Hoag Lake Park, Woonsocket, R. 

I.. 28-Juue 2. 
White, Btuart ft Co.. Majestic. Otilcago,2B-June 2. 
Wills ft Hassaii, Moore'a, Portland. Me., 26- 

Jubo 2. 
Wilson Trio. H. ft 8.. N. Y. C, 28-June 2; 

S (opsins', Louisville, Ky.. 4-9. 
keit, Mattle, Moss ft Stoll Tour, Kng., 28- 
Jnno 30. 

Williamson. Hank ft Lottie, Bijou, Wheeling, W. 
Va.. 28-June 2. 

Whirl tman. Allen, Wonderland, Wichita, Kan.. 
June 4-0. 

Williams ft Stevens, Bijou, Marinette, Wis., 28- 
June 2. 

Wilson, Tuny, ft HcIoJso, Temple, Detroit, 28- 
Juoe 2. 

Winter, Winona, Proctor's 23d St., N. Y. C, 28- 
Juue 2. 

Wordetto. BaleJIc, Shea's, Toronto, Can., 28- 
June 2. 

Worrall, I. Reuison, ft Co., Poll's, Hartford, 
Conu., 28-Jime 2: Worceater, 4-9. 

Wolf ft Zadella, Falrrlcw Park, Dayton, 0., June 
3-0. 




nir. H. .1-7 ; J«m.H Hczner. .ecy. (luifnn ' 
28- Ua»le»» County Knlr, s. 25-S8- u- ,,,"■ J '' 

... '/'**■ „ r '' e L." up .' eamberlma-conlitj ShV"J' 
4-8; II. K. Chho, bmj. Qrianvllii V.„ 
foiinty l'Blr. J r . 31-A.fl: WflTl ,;,,, kc 
Mjyr Highland. Mh.1I.oi, County fclST* 
»: J. N. Stokes. ,ecy. Jollct Will iv..' ." 
K.lr 8 11-14: Tho^V. Kel o, mVv j™ ', ;' 
Hock iRlnud County Kntr. h u-ij- ,'"' 
Whltealdca. wit. KonkHk'ep. Klinkl... 
Coiinly Kolp, 8. ln-14 : Un Kuiill ,c . "i ' ' 
wanee. Henry County Kalr. A. L'7:ii ■ |i V' 
i'"?«S," e % „*-°°*vtlle. Knox count', "'„ , 
A. 28-31 ; W. P. Jone«, secy. I,e Ituy «,. , ' 
County Fair. A. 21-24; fe. DIlrt.ii;. 
I.lbertyvllle. Lake County Fair', rHp liV 
Hon*, secy, ilncomb, McDouough Coun V 

tlnsvlllc. Clark County Kalr, 8. 18.22 : tv ,! 
Bunneld, jeyj. Marfon, Wlln,n.,on cSi'n; 
V"Si S .'. ll-l*:„Geo- C. Campbell, »„ J y 
Nabb, Putnam County Kolr. 8 "5-..R- \ ,,' 
Wilson, aecy Monllcelb, Piatt Co^nly l ; „ & 

wni&ioV cv.un'.'y fsn r/fw ris 

pliyshoro, JackHon County Fair ' 
CliarJea L, Hitter, - 




Woodward'a Trained iieuls, Hippodrome, N. Y, 
Om 28-June 2: Ombeum, Lima, 40. 28-June 2 

mtell. tireat. Bui-klen'a, Elkhart, Ind., 28-June World ft I 



N, Y. 0-. 28-June 2; 



June 0. 
Searcy, Ueo.. Katloiial, Kantian City, Mo., 28 

June 0. 
Selhlnl ft Orovlnl. Rircrslde Park, Montreal, ('an., 

28-June 2; Pastor's, N. Y. C. 40. 
Seldoms. The, Shea's, Buffalo. 28-June 2. 
Hbrldoii. Wallace, Acme, Norfolk. Va... 28-June 2 
Shannona. The. BIJoti. Norfolk, Va., 28-June 2. 
Mllla * ■•ewl*. jlljou, Oahkosb. Win., SO, Apple- Shertnati ft De Forcat, Ramona Park. Grand 



Sri 
2; Crystal. Detroit, Midi., 4-i). 

8antoro ft Marlow, Lakeside Park, Dayton, U., 
■ 28-June 2; Orpheum, Mansfield. 4-0. 

Sundor. Paul. Olympic, Chicago. 28-June 2. 

.Salmon ft Cheater. Keltb'a, Phlla., 28-June 2; 
Keith's. N. Y. C, 40. 

banfurd ft Darlington, Stone. Bedford, Ind., 28- 
June 2. 

Savage, Clem, Kuiplre. St. Paul, 28-June 2. 

Saunders, Florence, Avon Park, Youngs town. O., 
28 June 2. 

Babel, Josephine. Coliseum, London, Kng., 28- 
June HO. 

Scott, Carrie M., Flood's Bay, Curtis Bay, Md., 
28-Juue 2. 

Seymour ft Duprce. Tlvoll, 8ydoey, K, S. W., 
June J-July 81. 

Seymour ft Hill, Klectrlc Park, Balto,, 28-June 2. 

Sears, Rumona Park. Grand Rspbls, Mich., 28- gajafl ft Vernon Co., Temple, eDtrult. 28-June 2, 



PerryCbnnty B5£~«T ffi& ; fflSit 

aecy. Princeton, Bureau Countv Fair s ' 5" 
t'barles I.. Trimble, secy. Iloblnsou, t'rni-' 
ford County Fair, 8. 17-21 ; w. A vj'SS 
boc.v. SondB-lcb, De Knlb Couutv Fair si 
1-1; C. L. Stlnson. secy. Saybrook. iltLca, 
County Fair. A. 7-11); Frant Woo ,■? US 



:l^«n 

Klngaion, Dotuiidon, Winnipeg, Can., Shawueetown, Ual'latla CotiQLy *I-ulr i% \ BC< i-' 

WmJWP* wlschenrt, aecyT Slie'lbivUie' 

BUelby. County F f 1r, ». 4-8; (ioorge a i ,,: 

A. 28-31 ; J. N. Ufliphnni, wry. Ijilmn,, 
t'hntnpalgn County I'alr, H. -1-7; w. \\ \,\ " 
ley, mcw. Wnrreu, Jo Davfeai Cy.miy ffi 
A. 14-17: It. C "■"■■ - — - ■' 



28- June 
Wood, Francis, Keltli'i 

Keith's. Boston. 4-0. 
Wolff Bros., White City, Worcester, Mass., 28- 

Juno 2 ; Glen Hitch Park, Rochester, N. Y„ 

4-9. 
Wycherly, Margaret, Hbeu's, Buffalo, 28-Juue 2. 
Wyckoff, Fred, ft Co., Ramona Park, Grand 

llaplda, Mich., 28-June 2; Riverside Park, 

Saginaw, 4-9. 
Yackley ft Bunnell, 0. 1L, Water Lowa, N. Y., 28- 
June " 



Yeager ft Yeager, Palace. Uodon, Kng., 28-June gerjr. VVooaatock, McHcnry "otiutv iffi 
Young. Tot. Grand, Ilautlltoii. O.. 28-June 2. £] ? UfigPli; :W^W" •JMSy 111 * ' 

YTPtte, Lagoon, Ludlow, Ky., 28-June 2. EiSHK 1 i , "' W ' l '- V 



lou, Ill-Juno 2, Green Bay 4-tl, 
Military Octette, itlcbmoud, Va., 28 June 2. 
Mitchfll, Abhic. ft Co., Albaiabra, N. Y. C. 28- 
Juue 2, 
Miller. Blliabelh. liilernatlunal, Niagara Falls, 
B V., 28-June " 



Zcuo, JorIrti ft Zcno, Flllls Circuit, Capo Town, 

8. A,. 28-July 14. 
Zenoi, Great. Wagner. Moltne, 111.. 28-Juuc 2. 
Zlmntcrmau, Willy. Ingcrsoll Park. Des Moines, 

la., 28-June 2; Dominion, Winnipeg. Cun., 4-0. 
Zimmerman, Al. & Pearl, Gem. Superior, Wis., 

28-June 0. 
Zlnell ft Boulclle, Olentangy Park, ColumbUB, 0., 

28-June 2. 
Rapids, Mlcb., 28-June 2; G. O. II. , Plttaburg, 2i K ka A King. Park, Canton, O., 28-June 2; Park, 



4-ii 



Y. C, 



keuncd'y"'ft Wllkeua. Atlantic City, N. J-, 28- Milton, Mr. ft Mra. Geo. W.. Houatou, Tex.. 28 



Juno 0. 
KheniM ft Cole, Dominion, Winnipeg. OaD„ 28- 

June 2; Spring Brook Park, So. Bead, lod., 

4-9. 
Ktrulfo, Vincent, Forest Park, Little Rock, Ark.. 

28-Juuc 2. __. „_ ' 

King. Mr. ft Mrs. Snm, Stnnton Park, Steuiwu- 

Tllle. O.. 28-June 2. _ _ 

Mtafuku Troupe, Casino, Norfolk, Va.. 28-Juuo 2. 
Kimball ft Dpnovan, Henderton's, Coney Island, 

N. Y„ 28-Jarte 2. 
KHitiey Si Hollbt, Poll'a, New Haven, Ooun,, 28- 

.luiio 2. 
Miui.Hiii-.il I JgUM, Colonial. N. \. C 28-June 2. 
Klelu ft Klein. Keith's, Cleveland, 28 Juuo I. 
Klelsl, Musical, Majestic, Chicago, 28<Juno 2; 



Olympic, Chicago. II 
Klein ft Clltton, Poll's, 



44, 



New Haven, Conu., Juuo 



City, N. ,1., 28-June 0. 
Ktmbcnshuc, Roy, Coney Inland, Cincinnati, 28- Mologlrl. I.u. Hanaa. Humliurg, Ger.. 28i.il 



Sharp Bnw., Proctor'a 2:id St., 
June 2. 

Sharrocks. Tbc, Lyric Park, Ft. Smith, Ark,, 28- 
June 2. 

Shaw, Lllllnn, Kelth'a, Phlln.. 28-June 2. 

Him-. Keonlile, Acme, Hacratnento, Cnl., 28-June 2. 

SlmniH, Wm., ft Co., Kcllb'o, Boston, 28-June 2. 

Sldoolas. Tlie, Riverside Park. Montreal, Cm., 28- 
June 2. 

Simon-Gardner Co., Proctor's 23d St., N. Y. C, 
28 Juno 2. 

Slddon Bros., Hollywood Park. Bnllo.. 2B-June 2. 

Siegfried, Famltv, Putersou, N. J., 28-June 2. 

Slater ft Pinch, Waldorf, Mempbla, Tenn., 28- 
June 2. 

Sloan. Blanche, Occnu View, Norfolk, Va., 28- 
June 2. 

Smllh ft Campbell. Proctor's OHib St., N. Y, C, 
28-June 2. 

Smith. Chrla., ft Two Jolinaoua, H. ft 8., N. Y. <:., 

Motarts, The. Caalno. St. Joseph. Mo., 28-Juue 2. HaaUb! Peler J.. Main HI., Peoria, 111.. 28 June P. 
Moiitngnea Cockatoo Circus, Young'a, Atlantic Snyder ft Bticklev, Keith's, Boston, 28-June 2; 

Keith's, N. Y. C. 4-0. 



East Liverpool, 4-0. 
Zltigarl Trio. Atidltorlnin, Lynn, Maas., 28-.Tune 2. 
Zocllers. Three Flying, tndlauola Park, Cohnnbus, 

0.. 28-June 2. 



June 2. 

Miller ft Kdwardu, IiiteruntlouHl, Niagara Falls, 

N. Y., 28-June 2. 
Milton ft Kaiser, Montmorency Park, Quebec, 

Can., 28-June 2 ; Dominion Park, Montreal, 1-0. 
Miller's Hleplinnte, Riverside Park, Montreal, 

Can., 28-June 2. 
Mlskel, Cora ft Co., Lake Michigan Park, Muike- 

gou, Mich.. 28-June 2. 
Moon, Kd., Grand, Huntlugtoii, Ind., 28'Juue 2; 

Grand, Michigan Clly. 4-0. 
Morton ft Diamond. Kelth'H. N. V 0., 28-Juu« 2. 
Morton, Temple ft Morton, H. ft S„ N. Y, Q., 2B- 

June 2. 
Moouey ft Holbein, Tlvoll, Cape Town, S, A„ 28- 
Juuo d. 



FAIRS FOR 1900. 



.luols county Fair. « 3-8 ; /. 0. Howler. wJT 
neuoua. Morsliall County Fair, s. iD-af! 
Ltllo TlileiToy, secy. Wyomloit. Slmk 
County Fall-, s. U-li; u. ft. Mn?clvm™i 

M>rV_ V ... ., ,- !'....«... ■V.l. a 

Ken- 

UNI)IANA.--AnH(>la. Steuben Cuu'utv Ftiir, 
IV , 4 ' 7 : 9 rvlilri « «»nte. secy, Biilnbrhb-c, 
lMtuam County Fnlr, ,ly. 24-27; Fred Cm. 
dOB. accy. BwttTliltj wnrrlck I'ountv Knlr 
A. 27-S. 1: J. K KlcuOt-dson. aeey. liiKWcn' 
Bouton County Fair, 8. 10-14; W. H. Hlmi> 
kln« accy. Bourbon, Marshnll County I'niV 
Mil H. w. Parka, secy. Bremen. Mir' 
shall County Fair, O. 8-6; L. 0. Dlttv naer 
cbrlsuey, Spencer County Fair, A. 14-1"- J, 
P, Chrtsney, secy. Conner»vlilc. Kitvetie 
(ounty Fair, S. 4-7: Bans Sparka, secy, 
t.'orydon, Ilnrrltion County Fair, A. 27 :n If. 
R, Wright, neoy, Covington, Fountuln COUHly 
l-alr. S. 18 21; Ros« Do Huveii, tmcy. CraW- 
fordsvllle, MontKomory County Fair, A. 2K- 
'V : (: * )) : SJ,ccl0 - secy, Crown Point. Lake 
County Fair, 8. 4-7 : Fred Wheeler, mci-v : In- 
"tttur. Adums County Fair. A. 28-:tl ■ C II 




Irnposalblc for tbo 
reason ibnt. with few exceptions, tho various 
assoclutlons linvo only within the past few 
weeks decided upon their respective dateu, 
while several StatcH bnve only completed tbo 
tutu within twoweekH. TliPdnshltiK of dates, 



»ecy. Fort Wim. Allen Countv Fnir. S. ik 
29; l)r. Wm. Mycra, *wy. Fruukforl, Clin- 
ton County Fair, A. 14-17: Clina. K, I'eiiv, 
secy. Franklin, Jolmsou Countv Fair, A. 27- 
.11 : u. A. Duncan, accy. Hnrrlsbm-tr. Wnine 
County Fair, Ty. 24-27: 'J*. S, Wnlker, » 



%,!« "8S&Uf cSuft'Snk. gf|a^ &HP»'IS£ 

t luiinaalble lo moke a Hat of tills kind {."i.JSiJF XE&S'&iJV' ,.}\T. m . gi "','' 



Juno 2. 
K oilier ft Marlon, Thayer's Park, AtnsterdHiu, N. 

Y,. 28-Juuo 2. „ . _ 

Kolil. Una ft Marlon, Grand, Tacomn, Waul)., 28- 

Jtuio 2. , _ 

Killer. Harry J., Lyceum, Boston. 2H<Ju»o P. 
Krulore. Idoru I'ark, Youngstnwn, t>„ 28-Juno 2. 
(vurllK ft Uuasc, Heuderaou s, Coney Islaud, N. \„ 

28-Juue 2. 



Touring Austria, Juno 1-20. 

Moslier, Houghton ft, Mosher, Ohules, ban Frau., 
Cal., 2H-June 2. 

Morris, Mini, ft Co.. Keith's. Phils,, 28-June 2. 

Mmiltoii ft Jneksou, Bijou, Norfolk. Va., 28-June 2. 

Moore, Toiu, Henderson's, Ounoy luluud, N. Y., 28- 
Juuc 2. 

Montrose, l^tulse. Punter's, N. Y. C, 28-Juue 2, 

Musketeers (11, Folly, Clilcako, 28 Juuo 2. 



Spautdlug. Alhumlini. N. Y. C, 
Spook Mlitslrels. 4!olonlal. N. 



.... kind 
complete, but ibis Hfit Ih us nearly correct as 
It la possible to tnuke It, and the fnlru we 



it Tour, Irene, Lake Nlpiuuc. Uxbridge. Mass., Murpliy ft MeGre, Monuiueiitnl, Balto., Md.. 28' 

■-H-.iniio 2; Hrooksldo Park. Athol, 4-0. June 2. 

ii Clitir ft West, Hailden's. Balto., 28-Juue 2. Murphy ft Pulun-r, Ktuuiford, Conu., 28-Juue 2. 

Liinrencu ft Harrington, Slica'x, ButTalo, 28-June Murray, Ulliabeth, Chutes, Sau Fran., Cal., 28< 

2: (i. O. 11., Plttaburg. 4-1). Juno 2. 

Lambert ft Plenu. Hauoter Park. Merldeii, Conn., Muilge, Kva, dim tea. Sun Fntu 



j,|ll|,,t-|t .• I IV...'. II....M.1 J ^.n, .■.■■-■--... ........-, 

28-Jnuo 2; lMnehurat Park, Worcester, Mass., 

l.n Mfth Kdward. G. O. H., Grand Kapida, Mich.. 

28 Juno 2; Main St., Peoria, III., 4-0. 
i.u Rose**. The, Heiuleisiin's, Coney Islaiifl, N. Y,, 

28-June 2. 
La Mount ft 1'iuileiie, A, ft S„ Boston, 28-Juue 2; 

Syracuse, N. Y., •!-». 
I.Hiidis 2 Stone. Umpire, Hca Molnea, la., 28- 

l.Hveen A Croaa, (Joloufal, N. V. C. 28-Juue 2 



_ . Cal., 28-June 2. 

Mullen ft Condi I. Shea's, Buffalo, 28-June 2; Ra- 
mona Park, Grand Raplilf. Mlcb., 4-U, 

Ncvarnw (V). 8ubmer Park, Montreal, Can., 28- 
Juuc 2. 

Newuiau. Harry. People's 1'urk. Kiccislor Sprlugs, 
Mo., 28-Juuo 2. 

Nevarro, Miss.. Hbcu'x, ButYalu, 28-Jutio 2. 

Newton, Murguerlle, Majeatle, Clilenuo. 28-Juut^2. 

Newell ft Nlbto, Pantor'a. N. Y. C, 28-Juuc 2. 

Niblo ft Itellly. Keith's, N. Y. C, 28-Juuu 2. 

Nice, Kmllr, MujctUlc, Chlcsiio. 28-Juue " 



Sprague ft Mack, Vaudette. Chicago, 28-Juuo 2; record liere will be found nacfiil to many 
Wallace Park. Pnducah, Ky., 4-1'. classics of aliowmcn ivbo bnvo not vet ar- 

Stelnert ft Thomas. Boyd Park, Peru. Ind., 28- ranged tbclr routes for tlie coining B naamas 
June 2; Family. K. St. Louis. III., M -""' ■*-" t««u. ....— t. 

Stevens ft Marshall, Keith's, Cleveland, 28-June 2. 

Stanley ft Wilson. BIJou, lOvansvllle, Ind., 28- 
June 2; Olympic. Chicago, 4-P. 

Stanford, Billy. Muncle, liul., 28-Juno 2. 

Ktevarls. Musical i.t), Henderson's, Coney la- 
laud, N. Y.j Juhe in. 

Stanton, Herla-rr u , Poll's, New Haven, Conn., 
28-June 2: Boston, -IP. 

Stanley, Vera, Umpire, St. Paul, 28-June 2. 

Stenner ft Ahpcl. Irwin, Goshen. Ind., 28-Juue 2; 
Crystal, F.lwood, 4-1). 

StnlEuisu. Ctias., Mppniio Park, Williamson, 
Pa.. 28-June P. 

Slnnint ft La Vanlo, Jefferson Park, Puuxsataw- 
ney. Pa.. 28-June 2. 

Stark. Toble, Crystal .Park, SedalU. Mo., 27-Juuo. don, see 



Utintlnpton County Kalr, 8. lO-jfll a: I.. 
Heck, secy. Kendallvllle, Noblo County Fair, 
8. 24-28; J. 8. Conlogur, secy. Kliicmnn, 
luuntnln County Knlr„ ti. 24-28; A. II. Llud- 
loy. secy. l,ufHyctto, Tlupecanuc Cviuiir 
Fair, 8. " ■ 




8TATB FAIRS. 

ALABAMA.— Monliromery, 0. 28-27 : J C 

Adnins, secy. 
CANADA.— Toronto, A. 278. 10: J. O. 

on net, 

COLORADO,— Pueblo, 8, 10-14 ; B. B. 



Diivis, tjccy, 
GEORGIA.— Atlanta, 0. D21 : Frank Wed- Muncle, "Dolawaro'coiinly Fair, ~A7 1.1- 7 if:" i 'l 



.v./' nc 1 * 1 aiMva Cottuty 
Milton Maxwell, secy. Logutispoti, PjaN 
County Fair. A. 7-10; J. T. Tomlluaon. scry. 
Marion, Grnnt County Fair, 8. 4-8: L F- 
Repse, accy. Mlddleiown, Henry Comity 
Knlr, Jr. Ul-A. :»; F, A. W'lsebsil. scry. 
Monlpeller. Ulaukford County Kalr, 8. 2,"<2»: 
C. I.. Mmltli, aeey. Mount Vuruon, Posey 
County Fair, A. 14-17; J. M. Harlem, sery. 



8. Clay pool, secy. New Caatlc, Henry County 
ILXINOIK.— Sprlngfleld, 8. 28-0. C ; W. C. Knlr, A. 7-10: W. L. Ulsk, Mqt, New 11m- 



l,n Dcllva, Faulastle, Vlnevcood Park, Tupeka, N'orlon ft Nlcholsuu, Proctor's 58lb SI'., N. Y. 0., 



Kau.. 28-Juuo — 
I.u Roses, Le«. Chester Park, Glucluiml I, 

Juuo 2. 
i.u nolle '1'iiu, idoru Park, Yuuiigstnwn, O., 28- 

Juuc 2. • , 

l.uliuer. 1*11111. Ulympti', Chicago. 28-Juuo 2. 
l.uugdoii, Hanllr, Park, Terre Haute. ImL, 28- 

Leonard! Kddte. Victoria, N. Y. «., 28-Juuc 2. 
Leonunl. Gila, Proctor's, Albany. N. V., 28-Juno 

2; Proctor's, Newurk. N. J., 4-tl. 
Lee. Flulmitli ft Bessie, Mnnsflold, O., 28-June 2; 

Lima, IP. 
l.e Hoy ft l.o Vauloii. Rlretslde Park, Montreal, 
28-Jnpo 2. 



28-Juno 
». 

Orgarltn, L'ryslal, Ih-lnilt, 28-Jtnm 2, 

o'Hay, Ida. Proctor's Dth Ave, N. Y. 0., 28- 
Jilne 2. 

O'ftnmey, ticorglu, Ramona, Grand Itaplda, Mlcb., 
28-June 2. 

Oiirl, Adelo Purvis, BIJou, Winnipeg, Can., 28- 
Juno 2. 

o'Neiii, Tims. II., OBwego, N. Y„ 28-.1 uue 0. 
' Taylor, Paslor r a. N. Y. C, 28-Juuc 2. 



18: F. L, Wlrlek, Bocy. 
n KAX8A8.— Hutchinson 
Spousler, sec; 



GrletlH ft 'IV. 
Ashton ft Wallace, 

June 2. 
O'Toolo, Jack, BIJou, La Oroaaf, Wis., 28 Juuo 2. 



nlly, Paterson, N. J., 28- 



Lee Tung Poo. Poll's, Poll's, Worcester, Mass., Owen. HmTuuiii ft On., Proctor's, olh Are., N. Y. 



28 June 2; Victoria, N. Y. C. 4-P. 
be Roy, Marie. Fairyland. PatcrnuH, N. J.. 28- 

Le Dent! Great, Orulicuiii. Mltmea polls. 'JHJuue'J; 

Sine's, Kokomn. Ind., l-P. 
Lo Clair. John. Pastor's. X. Y. C. 28-Jgiie 2, 
Lconnnl & Louie, star. Cripple Creek. Onl., 28- 

.] uue 2; Cal. Spgs., 40. 
Le Page's. Great, Weuoiiu Bench. Bay City, Mich., 

l.eonlurdt.Al., Oak Grove Park, Waverly, N. Y., 

28-Juuc 2. 
,Le Roy. AL. lni|K'rtiil, Coney Island, Bklu., 2K- 

Lwiwsoiw (Si, Hippodrome, N. Y. C ; . 28 Jmie 2. 
I.e\tiie ft Leonard, Olenlangy Para, Coluutbus. 0.. 

28-June 2. , , 

Leslie. Geo. W.. Griuid, Plipta, G., 28-Juuo 2. 
l.ennoii. Bert.. Cat-lno. Norfolk. Va.. US-June 2. 
Leonard ft Phillips. Thayer's park, Amsterdam, 

■N. Y., 28-June I, , . „ „ 

f.e Roy. Florenw. Manballan, Norfolk. Va„ 28* 

Lo Hoy ft Clayton. Majestic, Ctileago. 2t* June 2. 
Lewis, Al.. Crystal. Detroit, Mlcb., 28-Juue 2; 

Hit. hi. Clinton. 0.. I P. 
Loekctte. MaHle, Poll's. New Haven. Couu.. 28- 

Luvltts. The, Pastor's. N. Y. C. 28-June 2. 
Long. Morey, HI lou. laiiluth. Minn., 28-Jimc B. , 
Lukotia 14). Keith's, Phlla., 28-June 2; helthV, 

Boston. 4-U. . .„ , _. , 

Luce ft Luce. Orpheum. Sea tile, Wash., 28 June 

2: Grand. Kveretl, -i-P. 
Lyneli. Pick, Majestic. Cblcagn. BR June 2. 
Lynns, The, Crystal, Liuraji-isn-1. Ind., 28-Jime 2. 
Lvdelt Misters * Hiitterworth. Kniph-e. lies WHW 



U.i 28-Juue 2. 
Guvs. The. Point Grallot Park. Dunkirk, N. Y., 

28 -June 2. 
Pnllcrtioii*, Roiinillin.', I'miplre, .lohaiiuesburg. S. 

A., 28-Juue RQ | Tlvoll, Ca|Ht Town, July 1-2S. 
Parry, Frnuk L-, Riupli-e, lies Molnea, la., 28- 

Juno ".'. 
Parlali, I'lillllpa. Rlchiuond, ImL. 28-Juue 2. 
Puntaor Trio, Fairyland, Patenton, N. J., 28- 

PhuIh, The, Grand, Toledo, O., 28-Juuc 2, 
I'aullnettl ft Ph.uo, Wintei'Riirte[V, Berlin, tier., 

June -KM. 
Pally IIivk., Kellh's, Clovvlaad. 28-Juue 2. 
Pekln KoiiHYcs, Temtde, Detroit, 28-June 2. 
ri'i'is-r Twins. Lagoon. Ludlow. K.v.. June 4-0. 
Point. Fred ft Annie, Main St., lVorls, HI., 28- 
Hjffl ngbrook Park, So. Hen, I, ImL. .0, 
Perry, Frnnk 1,., Umpire, Bea Molnea, la., 28- 

Junu 2. 



Strickland ft Dukesbury, Hanlan' 

ronlo. Can., 28-June 2. 
St. John ft Le Fovrc, Keith's. Boutiiu, 28Juno 

2; G. 0. Hi, Syracuse. N. Y.. 4-8. 
St. Julian, M.. Star. Donors, Pa., 28-Juue 2; 

Star. Moiicsaen, 4-P. 
Sully. Lew. Proctor's. Newark. N. J., 28-Juue 2. 
Sully ft Phelps, Family, Council Bluffa, la., 28- 

June 2. 
Sullivan, .Lie .1., ft Co., Cniiiuc, MIlilieupollH, 

Minn.. 2K-Jmie2: Ilijou. Dulntli. -1-0. 
Surasal ft Unaell. Bl>>u. Lansing. Mich.. 28 -June 2, 
Summers ft Winters, Danville, 111.. 28-June 2. 
Swor ft Wcslbrook, unique, Kau Claire, Wis., 2B- 

hpadt, Jneh, Bmndywine, Wilmington. Del,, 28- U CBR|J9i£& 

Juno 2. 
Sylvan ft O'Neil. H. ft S.. N. V. 0„ 28-June 2. 
Tanakas. The, Keith's. Plilla.. 28-June 2. 
Tinnier ft (filbert, Woudlyn Park. Catudeu, N. J., 

28-Jmte 2; Ceioron Park, Jamestown, N. Y„ 



Qt WShff^' . „ n»W, Mndlaon County Fair, A. 21-24: L. 

IMJIA.NA.— Indianapolis, 8. 10-14; Chaa. Wade Wilson, secy. Newtown. Fmmiiiln 

WW! pg. secy. County Fair. A. 2-4: C. C. Pnlln. socy. Ouk- 

I0WA.— De 8 Moines, A. 24-31 ; J. rj. Blinp- lund Clly. t'owy County VhIt, A, 21-24; A. 

B0, ,':,K l : , . y '.».™,« *'■ Vnnilnveor, yct-y. OhrooU. Ripley Coliuly 

IOWA INTliRSTATIfl.— Slour City, 8. 10- lW A. 7-10 : T. K, WlllSon. secy. 1'orlli 

Jity County Fair, 8. 2-8 : Jnmes F. Ufaww 



8. 17-1 



A. La 



ids, 8. 1U-J4; 8. J, Weber, ma 

MINM08OTA.— Mlnneapnllb,'8, 3-8: B. W. 
Ititudull, accy. ' 

M1880URI.— ScduIIu, S. 2U-0. 0; J, 



It. 



LP. 

Tssmatllnn Troupe, Havana. Ql 



Teal, Raymond, tiodfroy'a PhtIIIuii, Grand Rap- 
ids, Mich.. 28- J line 2. 

Tvxiirkaua ft Wnlby, Havana, Cuba. 28-June 0. 

Trnp Troupe, Keith's. Boston, 28-June 2. 

Thomas. Georgia, Star. Atlauta. Ua„ 28-June P. 

Thomas ft Payne. Henderson's, Coney island, N. 
Y.. 28-Juue 2. 

Thornc. Mr. ft Mrs. Harry, White City, Binglism- 
tou. N. Y., 28-Juue 2. 

Tliurstoti. Grent, Shanghai, China, Juno 1 -30; Cab 
cults, India. July 1-111. 

Thurber, I^ona. Moore's, Portland, Mc. 28-June B, 

Til ley. Vests, Alliambra, N. Y. 0., 28-Juue 2. 

Tinis'll ft Klimenl, Sprlngbrook Park, South Bond, 
liul.. 28-June " 



Phillips ft Farlnrdeau, Colo. Spga., Col., 28-June Toys, Musical, Hnnlau'e PL, Toronto, Can., 28 



_ . Victor. 4». 

PiiTiiin Midgets, Olympic. Chicago, 28-June 2. 

Plerrls. The, Majestic. Clilcago, 28-Juuc 2. 

Pierce ft tj,i|>, Audluwiutu, Lynn, Masa., June 4-0. 

Pluck ft Luck, Act-dome. St. Louis, 28 , Tune &. 

Post ft, llussell. G. o. H. . Plttaburg, 28-June 2. 

Polk KullliiM h Ctiniien Slaters. Bijou, Birming- 
ham. Ala., 2KJtmc 2: Wells' Park, Roanoke, 
Va.. 4ti. 

PnWers ft Ttieobabl, lrwln. Goahen, Ind., 28 J una 
2 ; Cryatal. MwiM, 4», 

Prellc'a Doga, Keith's. Booton. 28-Jime 2. 

Protwt, Olympic. Chlcagit, 28-Juue 2. 

Pwiveatuitca (11). Shea's. Toronto, SB-June 2. 

tjiilgK. Mneke.v A Mckernon, Athletic Park. Buf- 
falo. BH-June 2; Fairyland, Pateraon, K, 



Jmm _ 

Tulsa. MauKHeld, O., 28.lune 2: Lima. 4-0. 

Tycc ft Jcrioon, Colonli**, N. Y. C, Ss-Juuv 2. 

Vslilmv. Beaate, Troupe (0), Luna Park, Wash- 
ington, 1>. C. 28-Juiin 2. 

Van Hunk, llerdic. Kinpliv. St. Paul. 28-June 2. 

Vat-daman, L'nwne. Kau Cisiiv. Wis., 28 June 2; 
Uiilnue, Miuneapolla, Minn., 4-P. 

Van Gofre ft Cotrely, Wallace Park, Paducah, 
Ky.. 28-June 2. 

Van, Billy, Celeron Park, Jamestown, N. Y., 28- 
Juno 2. 

Valnfa, Harry F... Novelty, Oakland, Cal., Jmie 
4 0. .( 

Vedder. Debbie, Umpire, SI. Paul. 28-Juue 2. 

Verona. Vere, KcHli's, Provhleiiec. 28-Juno 



MHjr, Pl'lncetou, tiiliaon County Fair. 
John M, McGlnnla, aeey. Hot-beat er. Fiilnm 
County Fair, S. 5-8: r, II. Corneltii«. sny. 
Rnckpori. Spencer County Fitlr. A. 2l-2.'<; C 
M. l'arlrltbio. aecy. Htishvlllc, Kusb BWHity 
Full-. A. 20-31 : .1. D. M«p;ee, aeey. Snlciu, 
Wtmblngton County Fair, 8. 4-7: W. C. Sny- 
der, secy. Sbelbyville, Hhelby t'oniily I''"!''. 
MONTANA.— Helena, O. 1-7; John W H - <•&'. •'• M. 1-Jlllott. secy. Torre Haute. 

^SUSPfi vl «° t'w»>t.v Fair, A. 27-8. 1: Cbik. II. Daf- 

.\LUItA8lvA. — Lincoln, A. 31-S. 7 ; W. EL Hn. uecy. Valpumlso, Porter County Fair, R, 
u «i»5,"H> 11-14: C. 8. Pelrce. eecy. Vlucetiiirs. Kni« 

-NI-.W J bHBlSY.— Trenton, 8.- 24-28: ift. R. <"nnnty Fnir. S. 17-22: James M. Uonse. secy. 
BI)l x l'{K" lin :„ Rw y- Wurren. HuuttnRtou County Fair, A. 81*83i 

NBW YORK.— Syracuse, S. 10-1C ; 8. C L - * rulley, aecy. 

KANSAS. — Antlumv. Aitlhoiiy Akwrio- 
tlou J-nlr. A. 7-JO: Ij. 0. JettntJigH. Mr/. I 1 '" 
loir. Mitchell Comity AgrkuUiii-arAwioeliiiloii 
Fair. 8. 24-20: .f. K. Tlcp, nctry. Riirliii«t"t'. 
Coffey County AgrlcultiirHl Fnir, H, 18 2l I H, 
I). WcMver. secy. Uitrdcu, Fiuslern Cowb-y 
County Fair. 8. 211-1*8; J. M. Ilcuderwm. 
socy, Btu'lliiRHini!. Onn Couuly Full*. S. if* 
21: M. Cnrnavennx. secy. Belleville. Ilejiidj- 
He county Agricultural Fair. S. 11-14 : w, \\ 
Wells, amy, Odnrvaln, I IN wing Park and 
As-wclntlon Fair, 8. Ilia; W, M. JntW. 
secy. Clay Center, Clity County Fair, s. * 
7: Wnlter I'nckcy. Be^-y. 4,'oncordlii. CWM 
nty lonlr, 8. 23-28 : F. W.. Uitiiglici;I.J ; 



ShHvcr, accy. 

NORTH C AUOLI NA.-Malelffli, O. 15-20' 
Joa. K. I'omie, ngr. ' 

NKW 11 AM r8IIIIUS.— Concord, 8. 1M4 : 
Clias. II. Hoyl, accy. ' 

OHIO.— ColumbitH, 8. fi-7 ; T. L. CiUvert, 

HQimi CAROLINA— Columbia, 8a%» 
80UTH DAKOTA—Huron, B L 10-10 | bfy- 



ard K. Beach, secy. 

TKNNJJSiiEK-XajhTllle, O. 8-13. 

\VA8iriNUTON.— North Yakima, 8. 17-22 
w._A..ftrahHnn. secy. 



Wl.'tt'l' OtWntuli nrL .. vuiMiiy I'll I r, n. ^.1-^6 ; l ( . ". u»"b"J v- ' 

Oanro? nil - !V A ' — Whcc,lu B- »■ 10-14; Mev. Coffcyvllle, ColToyvllle Kalr. A. 7-1 »l 
{^'nvMtv 804 -^!. . •„ Fv. Kennedy, scVv. chiinuto. CferouM Wlf, 

c V vSi Alfc'J ,lter, "" u Cl ' 0BHe ' s - 24 - 2 °J IW- mnm Gmnwood County Fair. A. 
C. S. VRM Auken^aecy. 14-17; C. H. Wehcr, seev. Kredonla. Kr*' 

don In Acjrlfitllurnl Asao'clatlon KJUTj 





28-June - 
MHriTllue. HlniHslrouie. N. V- C 28-June 2. 
Uanola Fainlty, Trovlno'B Clrcua, Mexico, 2H- 

Msilofy Bron..'Brook-l A Holllday, Olympic, Chi- 
jjbso, 26-JtUie 2, 



Itsdford ft Valentine, BarraifOrd Tour, Kng., 28 

June 80. 
liny, Titos. W., Family, Palerion. N. ,L. 28-Jntie2. 
Bawls ft Von Kaufmau, Hotrard, Botrtnn, 28 June 

2; i:mpiie, PltibHeld, M«bb., 4-u. . 



Washer Bros., While City, Chicago. 28-June 0. 
Wultona, The. BIJou, La Ciwwe, Wl«„ 28-Juue 

Calrtuo. lOtoi Clnlte, 4-P. 
Waldui-r A MenileB, Paxtaug Park, 
- Pa., 28 Juuo i- 



r (1 Ifliu- e ip di.«« i «<"«« ■ uMiny rtssocmtiou pair, a. L'»-.u hi. »'■ ""• ,.;,, 

t'o'lea TcLSJnS SW^-W* « *%*■*' * fe y> Oltawn. HVaiWUl County Agricult md 

.Ncc ? boot nfn. ■ r iJ V w^' ! ?; 1: . % °' Sw PWr. H. -1-8; Cnrey M. Porter, oerj; 

S\?k "P 'iritJh s ai«iM VI,t C,)m i {y ,,Hlr ' ««*i1«Mia. Jeleraon County Knlr. 8. j-V 

S^tSmSftLi }&$! Cffi TKffi °- A- Patterson, 8ccy, Pro!?., Min.ni («.m <7 



llarrlsburg, U^F'^tlffiHnitt 

McLean county T'alr, 8, 4-7 ; John S. I'opple 



opple, Agricultural auu" Mechanical L''alr. A. -*■«»*» 



— ■ ■■■ ' — *'"■' -■—-*——■■—■ — *-— V i 



415 



w H Bradbury, aecy. Riley, Rlla; County County Agricultural and Horticultural Fair, County Fair, 5-7: Geo. A. Moore, Key. Lodl, 

.,=..-..... c.i. »,ii.a, -w i a 3f ; JEIbeiit Tolman. secy. Owejo, Tioga Lodl Union Fair, 11-14 ; A. U. Hindi, iccj. 

County Asrlonltmnl Etorlotr Fair, 8. 11-17: JlidUon, Dane County Fair. ls-lll; il. w. 

L ,\V. Kingman; aeey. I'ultnvra, Palmyra 'J'erwllllaer, aery. Alanltotvoc, -Manitowoc 

Union Agricultural Society Fair. S. 27-'}» ; County; Fair,, llf-lj; Caaa. (). Uactar,' «ecy. 

John It, Walton, aery. PMln Van.'Yfltea StartOeW. 'MarHflMd Fair, 11-14;, Geo. II. 



rSl?'Kev Stockton,- -Rooks Count* Fair, 
B. lSsn-i 'a_Ii."WilHamii,Mcy ii , Smith Ceo- 



feV^bnlth County Fair, A. 21-24; M. A. 
nimond, U St- John, Stafford County 
iviiiv-A. 22-24; -P. O. Gray. secy. Seneca. 
Nemaha County Fair. A. 29-31 : V. B. Fisher. 
w>fv Sterling, Rice County Agricultural 
ntii) Ylvo Stock Fair, A. 1-3 ; F. L Goodson, 
«»V7 Ullca, Utlco Agricultural Association 
Fair'. A: aO-S. l; R. C. Webster Jr., secy. 
Wakefield, Wakeileld Agricultural Society 
Fair O. Ml KuRene Elkfns, secy. Wlnfleld, 
rmwlev Coiinty Agricultural and Live Stock 
Fair 0-12 I W. 3. Wilson, secy. 

MASSACHUSETTS.— Amesbury, Ainenbury 
onil" Salisbury Fair, H, 23-27 : Edward W. 
f-Mree secy. Amherst, Hnmpsbfre Fair, 18 ; 
N J Reed, secy. Athol, Worcester Nortb- 
weit' Fair, ft* 4 J -Albert Rllawarlh, secy; 
Barnstable. Barnstable County Fair, A. 28- 
Srt* M N. Harris, secy. Boston, MasHncbu- 
■VttS Horticultural Fair. 8. H, fl, O. 10, 11; 
Wm P. Rich. secy. Bar re, Worcester County 
West Fair, S. 27. 28; Matthew Walker, secy, 
uinnrtford, Union anil Horticultural Fair. 12, 
it- K W. Boise, secy. Brldgewater, riy- 
moiitb County- ■•'air, 12, 13, J. Herbert Leon- 
ord HKft- Chdrlemont. Deertleld Valley Fair, 
l'l 14l 8. . W. llnwkes, secy. Oummfogton, 
Hillside- Kalr, SIS* 1 2(1; C. F. Burr. aecy. Clln- 
lon Worcester East Fair, 12-14; Warren 
Ooiidnle. secy. Frsmlnghnm, Middlesex South 
Fair 18, 1ft; O. O. Davis, secy. Grcenlleld, 
Franklin County Fair, 10, 20; Ban .1. 
Field ■ secv. Great Harrington, Ilousqtonlc 
Fair, 2d. -27; Fred J. Fuller, secy. Hlnghani, 
Hingliam and Horticultural Fair, 23, 2(1 ; 
William II. Thomas, secy. Lowell. Middlesex, 
North, Fall 1 , 8. 13-3: Andrew Dlddell, Beiry. 
Multifield. Murshileld Horticultural Fair, A. 
«"-24t I. H. Hatch, Hi-ev. Mlddleneld, High- 
land Fair, M.'3, Bj J. T. Bryan, secy. Nan- 
tucket, Nantucket Fair, A, 22, 23: J. F. Miir- 
rillv, secy. Northampton, Hampshire. Frank- 
In and Hampden Fair. O. 3, 4; C. A. Mont- 
gomery, secy. North Adams, Hoosack Valley 
Fair, S. 21, 22; Gilbert Maxwell, secy. Ox- 
ford, Oxford Fair, 8. (I, 7 ; J. R Darling, 
iwy. Palmer, Eastern Hampden Fair, O. .'., 
: L. K, Chandler, secy. South From Ingham, 
Middlesex., South. Fnir, S. 18, II) : O. o. Davis, 
May. | Spencer, Spencer Furraers' nml Me- 
chanics Association Fair. S. 20, 21: Geo. il. 
Hauler, secv. South Weymouth, Weymouth 
Agricultural and .Industrial Fair, A. 81*8. 2: 
T L. Tlrrell. secy. Sturhrldge, Worcester, 
Month, Fair, 8. 18, 14: C. \. Corey. iMjr. 
Wonrestur. Worcester County Fair, S. 3-0 ; 
Mrs. M- -M. ! Inst lugs, sci-v. West Tl-tuiry, 
Mortlm's Vineyard J^ilr, H. 18, 10: F. A. \mV, 
aecr. 1 Uxbrldgo, Blackstone Valley Fair, A. 
C'8-30; Dr. M; It. Sbafpp, secy. 

NKW VORK". — Afton. Afion Driving I'ark 
and Agricultural Assot-latloti I''alr, H. 23-28: 
]. W. Hnely, M>cy. Albion, Orlenus t'ountv 
A([iliullurnl HorlQly.Knlr. S. 2023; Wm. Il, 
Kriiiik. secy. Altamont, Albany County Agrl- 
i-ultiirnl Society uud KxpoattlOfl Fair, A. 23- 
fil'l Arlliiif K..lloothbv, secy. 'Aiigellca, Alle- 
genv County Agricultural Society Fair, S. 4 
7; K' I. Weaver, ink Bullston Spa, Hain- 
toga County Agricultural Fair. A. 2M-31 : 
Ntehnliifi V. WiLheck, secy. Hutavlit. (iencHce 
COiinly Agricultural Society Fair, S. 10-22 : 
AllH>ri K, Hniwii. secy. ItRth, Stfuticu t'uunty 
^Uriiiiltural Society Fair, S. 23--J8; Clins. A. 
sinitis, utrjr. HlngliumloD. Bingbitmion In- 
dustrial Fxponltlou Fair, H. 23-28 : "Henry S. 
Alnrlln, aaeV. Hoonvllle, Boouvtlle Associa- 
tion Fair, S. 4-7; Henry J. Vol I mar, secy, 
p-rucknort, Monroe County Agricultural Ho- 
cletv Fair, H. 20-20 ; Fred II. Hbafer, aecy. 
J -i noictlfli], KriKikllelilMiHllsim County Agrl- 
mltural Society Fair, S. 24-27; N. A. Crumb, 
HKy. ■ Cairo, Ureene County Agricultural So- 
ciety. Fair, A. *21-23 ;' Frnnk D. Cole, secy. 
■ 'iiinl.rlitge, (VinlhrUlge Valley Agrlcitltural 
Society Fnlr. H. 3-7 : Rllot B. Norton, aecy. 
<'anandalgiiD, Ontario County Agricultural 
Society Fair, S. 20-22 1 Milton A. sniliii. 
Necy. Canton, Hi. Lawrencn r.timiv Agrtcul- 
tural Society Fiflr. S, 11-14; .Inmes R John- 
son, secy. Cane Vincent, Cape Vincent Agri- 
cultural Society, A. 28-31 ; Frank DeWQfff- 
<nel. Rfey. Carmel, l'utnnhi County Agrlful- 
iturul Association Fait. A.-28-(31: B. tf. Pol- 
Jii-'i-. aery. Chulbam, Columbia County Agrl- 
ciiltnralSocletv Fair, O. 2-3; W. A. Harden, 
aecr.- Coblesklll, Coblesklll Agrlculhinit So- 
cli-ty Fair, S. 2-1 -Mj ». II. Van Ness, secy. 
Coopertttuwu. Otsego County Agricultural N.v 
dety Fair, A. 22-24; Geo. W< IJurtcett, wtcy. 
Cortland, Cortland Coiimy Agricultural So- 
ciety Fair, A, 21-24; W. J. Gre«ninnn, rpc.v. 
Cuba, Cuhn Fair. S. 11-14; Geo. H. Swift. 
aeey. Delhi, Delaware County Agrtcultiirnl 
Society Fnlr. A. 28-31 ; F. W. Youuinnti. secy. 
Denofllt, Denoalt Ansuc1ntlon Fair, A. 21-24: 
Delos Axtell, secy. Dongnn HIIIh. Itltlmioud 
County Agricultural Society Fnlr.H.3-8 ; Hdw. 
P. Doyle, Mt'i'v. Drvden. Dryden Agricultural 
Society Fnlr, 18-21; .1. B. Wilson, secy. Dun- 
dee, Dundee Association Fair, O. 2-4 ; Howard 
1 1. - Woodruff, aecy. Dunkirk, Cbautnuqua 
County Agricultural Fair. H. 3-8; H. M. 
Clarke, secy. Fllenvllle, Ulster County Agri- 
cultural' Society Fnlr, A. 28-31 ; W. s. Doyle. 
ftccy. Klmlrn. Chemung County Agricultural 
Society Fair, S. 10-21 : Edwin J. Young, secy. 
Fonda, Montgomery County Agricultural So- 
ciety Fair, O, 1-4; A. Howard Burtch, secy. 
'Fort Edward, Washington County Agricul- 
tural Society Full- A. 28-31; Rodney Van 
Worme.r, secy. ■ Frankllnvllle, Krankllnvlllo 
Agricultural Pair. A. 28-31 ; C. W. Hogue, 
aecy. Fulton, Oswego County Agricultural 
Society Fnlr, A. 28-31 ; II. Putnam Allen, 
wcy. Oouverncnr, Gouverneur Agricultural 
*uil Mechanical Society Fair. S, 4 : 7 ; Dexter 
A. Leggett, secy. Greene, Riverside Agrlcul- 
Hiriil Society Fair. S, 11-14 ; C. Wlnnton. secy. 
Hamburg, lOrle County Agricultural Moclelv 
Fair, 8. 10-13 ; J. C. Newton, secy. ' Hem- 
lock, Hemlock Lake Ktiloii Agricultural So- 
ciety Fnlr, 0- 3-3; S. Tarker Hoprmngl), 
secy. Herkimer, Herkimer County Agricul- 
tural Society Fair, A. 27-30 ; I, P. Raabacb, 
ftccy. llamellnvllle, the UornellRvllle Fair, 
A. 28-31 ; Clyde K. Shults, secy. Hudson, 
Columbia Agricultural unci Horticultural As- 
suciatioti Fair, S. 11-13: Noah H. Browning, 
f#«y. Ithncn, Thomnklns County Agrlciu- 
Inrnl and Horticultural Society Fnlr, S. 26-28 ; 
A. <;. Genung, secy. Johnstown, Fulton 
County Agricultural Society Fair, S. 3-0; 
Thomas Parker, aecy. Little Valley Cattnrnu- 

5 us Cotitity Agricultural Society Fall*, S. 4-7; 
. II. Wilson, aecy. [jockport, Niagara County 
Agricultural Society Fair, A. 27-S. 1 ; R. Na- 
thaniel Roberts, secy. Isowvllle, Lewis 
County Agricultural Society Fair, A. 28-31 , 
yif. .8. wlndecker, secyi Lyons. ■ Wayne County 
Agricultural Society Fuir, S. 3-8: K. D, Klip- 
pel, secy. Mnlone, FrunkUn County Agricul- 
tural Society Fair. S. 18-21 ; Walter J. Mill- 
ion, aecy. Margnretvlile, Catnklll Mountain 
Agricultural Society Fnlr, A. 21-24 ; Thomas 
'Wlbter. secy. Mlddletown, Orange County 
Agricultural Society Fair, A. 28-31 : David A. 
Jlori'lson, secy. . Mlneoln, Agricultural Society 
of Queens. and Nassau Countlon Fair, S. 23- 
20; l4tt Van de Water Jr., aecy. Moravia, 
Cayuga <'ounty Agricultural Fair. 8. 4-7 ; Wil- 
lis H. Klluorne, secy. Montkello, Sullivan 
County Agricultural Society Fair, A. 21-24; 
Lena P. Slratton, secy. Morris. Morris As- 
sociation, Fair, 0. 2-4; Pt-p. Wlnton, secy. 
Naples. Naples Union Agricultural Society 
Fair, 8. 17-20; C. L. Lewis, secy. Nassau, 
llensfleiaer County Agricultural and Liberal 
ANb Society Fnlr, 8. 11-14; Dellner Lynd, 
aery. Newark, Newark Association Fair, S. 
KO-22; W, ir. Hyde, secy. Newark VallCy, , 
Northern Tioga Agricultural Soclely Pair, s. 
R-8: «». K. Purple, «ecy. .-New Wy, Rockland 
County Industrial Association Fuir, A. 21-24; 
A- A, Vnuderbllt, secy. N. Y. City, American 
Insiltuif Fair, s. 23-27, and N. 7-0:. Robert 
A. B. Davtou. secy. Norwich, Chenango 
County Agrlculturnl Society Fair. S. 4-7 ; 1-. 
IL Shilth, se-v. Ogdenshurg, Oswegatcble 
Agricultural Society Fnlr, S. 23-28; C. B. 
iitirrlnu.il. secy. Otieonta, Oneontu Union 
AgMcultnral Society Fnlr, S. 17-20; S. L. 
Huntington, secy. Orangeburg, Rockland 



County Agricultural Society Fair, S. 4-. . 

John K. Watklns. secy. Parry, Silver ljike 4-7; I. C. Baldwin, secy 

Agriciiliurnl and Mechanical Association Fair, 

K 24-20: H..W. Hart, secy. Plattshnrg. Clin 

ton County Agricultural Society Fair, S. J.1* n nci< ■uHrnH i uun, nuuiunnnni. 

14 : AV. T. Burleigh, s«*cy. Phcrnlx. Onondaga -Wisconsin Ffllr. A, 21-24: T. M. Priestly, 

County Association Fair, 8, 18-21 ; C. K. Wll- ercy. Monroe. Green ConntyJFnlr, S. 12-lu; 



Welton, secy. Mansion, Joneau County Fair, 
Menominee, Dunn 
Hnby, secy. Mcr 
rill, Lincoln Comity Fair, A.' V8-31 : John W 
llruco, secy. Mineral Point L Southwestern 



Hams. secy. Potsdam, Rnqoette Valley and Inland C- White, secy. Phillips, Pierce 
St. Regis Valley Agricultural nnd Hortkul- County Fnlr, 23-28; F. K. Randall, secy. Por- 



tnral Society Fair. S. 4-7 ; W. N. Wart, sery. 
I'ouffhkeepsle, Dutchess County Agricultural 
Society Fair, S. 23-28; J. M. Booth, secy, 
I'rutisburg. Prattsburg llnlon Agricultura: 



tage, Columbln County Fair, 4-7 ; F A. 
Rhyme, secy. Richland Ceuter, Richland 
County Fair, 23-28: W. G. Unrry, secy. 
Spring Green, Spring Green Fair, A. 28-31 



Society Fair, S. 11-14 ; Leverne Tho.nan, secy. J. M. Alorgan, secy. Vlroijun, Vernon County 
Jleert Corners, Gorhnm AgHrultural Soclely fc'alr. S. I8r21 : V. W. Alexander,. secy. Wau 

m 



P. Benton Pierce, secy. RlchOclil tomo. Wnusharu County Fair, 2B-2H: C. A. 
Mclnttre, secy. We.itlleltl, Marquette County 
Fair, A. 20-S. 1 ; S. A. Sbarpe, secy. 



Foot Guard Hall ( W. 11. Ellsworth, man- 
ager). — Creators, with his band, gave two 
concerts 28, to large biialntta.- Jt 

Notch. --Geo. IL Murri, repreaentlng Mme. 
Bernhardt, who appears nere June 8, Ta/'Ca- 
mlllf," fell olt- the stage vehlls hisiirttitiR 
the same Friday evening, .May 2ft, severely 
Injuring his aide.. He was taken at one** to 
bin hold, and ninv i><* couOuefl tp his bed 

for several duvs The UnrQiim A Bailey 

Show' Is hooked here fur Juna in. 
. ■ ' §■■■■ i..- — ■ 

New ITuvrwj.— At Pnlha (8. '/>. Poll, pro- 
prierorl, weekor. May W: Latim Brnnrtt 
nud company. Klney mid Mollis. Mntlle Sock 
ette, iMacari'M iuonki>ys. Hush nnd tlnnlun, 
nud Ida t'rlspl nud compiiny. 

Savin Bock Pauk iDiu-cy Jk Speck, innna- 
gersK--Week uf js, VlivilA's trnlue*! aqolMa. 
+++ 

NOTICE TO « lHlHT>Po\l»RV'lS. 



SpiiogR, Rlchtlcld HprlntS Agricultural Sn- 
flety Fnlr, fi, l-:t; l». A. Cluimberllii, secv. 
Hlverlieod, SulTolk County Agricultural So- 
ciety Fair, S. 18-21 : Harry Lpp. secy. Borne, 
Oneida County Agricultural Society Fatr.-K 
1*4-28: J. B. CrlHhtnan, secy. Snndy Creek, 
fisndy Creek, Richland. Orwell nnd Boylstoii 
Agricultural Socloty. Fair, A. .'1-2-1; II Lmil-, 
VallHce, secy. Kchenevus. Schenevns Vnlley 
AgrlcultursI Society Fair, A. 13-17 ; W, A, 
rfer. secy, Schoharie, Scbohorle t.'ounty Agrl 
cultural Society Fair, 8. 18-20; HL U 
Auchatupnugh, secy. Troiipsburg, Southern 
Btenban Agricultural Socl«ty Fair, 8. 4-7: 
('has. K. Marlatt, secy. Trumnnsburg. Union 
Agi-lculLiiral and Ilortlcultuml Society Fair, 
S. 4-7 : Guy O. Ulninuu, secy. Walton, Dela- 
ware Valley Agricultural Society Fair, S. 4 ■ 



SUMMER PARKS. 

ADniTlONAI.. 



1'or other MriM ser> Ct.ippnt dated May 3, 

WOtL 
AMSTKUDAM. N. Y.— Thayer's Concert I'ark, 

William 'Plinyer, mgr. 
L ATLANTA, Go— Pouce de Lena, Park, Jflke 

Wells, mgr. 
BKLLKVILLi:, N. J.— Hillside Park. 
BHIDGCTON, N. J.— Tumollug Dam l4lke, 

M. Rudy Heller, mgr. 
CAI'i; MAY, N, J.— Sewell's Point Pavilion, 

M- Hudy Heller, mgr. 



P. 8. McNee. secy. Warrensburg, Wnrren COI.HMHPS, O.— - -Schnefer's Oardeu, Frank 
County I ''air, S. 11-14: Fred J. Hayes, secy, 
Warsaw, Wyoming County Agricultural So- 
ciety Fair. S. 17-10; Wiillnm H. Webster, secy. 
Wiitklns. 'Schuyler County Agricultural So- 
clely Fair, A. 28-31 ; Arthur N. Goltry, secy. 
Waterloo, Seneca County Agricultural Society 
Fair, S. 2G-27 ; Kdward Nugent, secy. Water- 
town, Jefferson County Agricultural Society 
Fair, 8. 4-7 ; W. R. Skeels, secy. Wellsvllle, 
Wflllsvlllo Association Fnlr, A. 21-24; b\ D, 
Rice. secy. West port, Bssex t'ounly Agricul- 
tural Society Fair. 8. 4"* * " «^"-- 



Schnefer, mgr. 

CHICAtiO. III.— The Chutes. , 

CITY OF MRXJCA, Mex.— Luna Park, J. D. 
Dletrlck, mgr. 

DeiNVKR.' Col.— -Elllch's Garden, Mary 
Kiiii-ii-Loii*. mgr. 

KUHKKA SPRINGS, Ark. — Bummer Audi- 
torium nnd Park, M. A. Weslow. mgr. 

FINDLAY, O.— Reeves Park. 

HAINI-.HPOHT, N. J.— Itaucocas Park, M. 
Rudy "Heller, mgr. 
. HILTON, N. J.— Olympic Park. 
West Sand Lake, Rensselaer .County MOBILK. Ala.— Monroe Park, M. MarDer- 

inott, mgr. 

NKW YORK CITY-— Lion Palace Roof Oar- 
den : New Amsterdam Root Garden, 
Klnw Sc Krlangcr, mgrs. ; New York 
Roof Garden, Joseph Hart, mgr. : Para- 
dise Gardens, Oscar Hnrouicrsteln, mgr. 

POTT8TOWN, Pn.— Ringing Rock Park, \U 



A. H. Walker. 



Agrlciiltiiral and Horticultural Society Fair, 
A. 2A-31 : Oacnr J. Lewis, secv. While Plains, 
Society of Agriculture and Horticulture Fair, 
S. 17-22: l-;a wit rd K. Long,- secy. 'Whltney'i 
Point, Broome County Agricultural Society 
Fair, A. 28-31 : Fred I:. Allen, secy, 

OHIO.— Akron, Summit County Fnlr. 0. 2 
Q: 0. J. Swlnehart. secy. Athens, Athmi4 
t.'ounty Fnlr. A. 14-10 : II. 11. tinning, secy. 
Beren, West Cuyahoga County Fair, S. ll-Dt; 

0. It. Stone, secy. Bellefontalne. ),ognu .RK'HMOND. Va.— Reservoir Park. 
County Fair, A. 21-24; John P. Aiken, secy. 'SALISIIURY. N. C.— Fulton Heights Park 



ImkIv Heller, mgr, 
QPPIUvi', Can. — Montgomery Pork, J. A. 
Kvercll, mgr. 



Itlun<;iiester, Clinton County Fair, A. 21-24; 
B. K, Chauey, secy. Boston (Owensvllle P. 
O.V, Clermont Cpflnty Fuir, A. , 28-31 : A, S. 
Johnson, Recy. Bowling Green, Wood County 
Fair, 8. MM» ; R. 8. Sweet, secy. Bucyrns, 
Crawford County Fnlr, O. 0-12: D. W. Ilurr, 
secy. Burton, Geauga County I'nlr. s. 11-14: 
W. s. Ford, secy. Cadi;;, Harrison Count? 
Fnlr, O. 2-4 ; R ft. Klrby, secv. «'aunl Dover, 
Tuscarawas County' Fair, 0. 18-21 ;. J, 8.- 
KiiniH. secy. -Canton, Stark Couoiy Fnlr, H. 
23-28; J. II. Lehman, secy, CunOeld, Mil- 
honing County Fair. S. 23-27; B. I*. MbucIh*h- 
ter, sec.%. Cnrrollton, Carroll County Fair, 
0* 0-12; C. A. Tope, .secy. Cellna, Mercer 
County Fuir, A. 21-24; 8. J, Vlnlng, sei-y. 
Chagrin Falls, Hast Cuyahoga County Fuir. 
8. 4-7: F. P. Gates, secy. Coshocton, Co- 
shocton t'ounly Fnlr, O. 0-12: Robert Boyd, 
spcy, Dayton, Montgomery County Fair, S. 
3-7; W. J. Ferguson, Recy. -Koton, Preble 
County Fair, 8, 10-14; L. F. Reynolds, secy. 
Klyrlu, Lorain County Fair, 8. 18-21 : An- 
thony Neldlng, secy. Flndlay, Hancock 
County Fnlr, 8. 10-22; Wm. Demland, >ecy. 
Fremont, Sandusky ''County Fair, 0. 2-0: A. 
W. t>vermeyer, , secy. Georgetown, Brown 



Tbei- 



Cuslno, 10. L. March, mgr. 
ST. MH'IS, Mo.— Mnnnlon Park. 
ST. TlIOMAHi Cnu.— Pinafore Park. 
8PIHNGF1KLD. III.— Webster Park 

tie. L. w: Mars, mar. 
TAMAOUA, Pa. Manila Grove, M. Rudy 

Heller, mgr. 
TOI.KDO, .0.— Ilellavua Park. 13. F. Chrlsto, 

mgr. 
TRRN'T'ON, N. J.— Spring Lake Pnrk, Amer- 
ican Amusement Co.; mars. 
VAILSBURG, N. J.— Electric Park, (!. A. 

Diinlap, mgr. 
WHIRLING, W. Va.— WbeellDg Park, Geo. 

A. McLaughlin, mgr. 
WILMINGTON, Del.— Hheelpot Park, Jomea 

10. Henry, mgr. 
WOnCF.STFH. Mass.— White City Park. 
_ ; — 4^«> 

CONNECTICUT. 




iiriiiuciMtrt — At Smith's (C. Snulih. 
manugci), "The Politician," by It. M, Hpcrry, 
of this city, presented for the benellt of the 
stuge hnnifs, closed this thsatre May 21,. for 
this season. 

Pom'n (M. ft, Mitchell, mannger).-— "When 
-" Stock 

. Tfttt 
e Mlu- 



A ■ Graham secv Usbou Colnmbiana M "T 20, with the usual Summer amusemeotH, 
*:_ w .r a ," nn il .,'.«. Vi H "., 11, ,. L "" ,mD . ,a .™ sreenlerhuse. roller constsr. rnvnl ram. 



Jlenaghan, 
Warren County Fnlr, s, 18-21 ; Geo.W. Uatir, 
Recy. Lima, .Allen Pmiiny Fair, H. 11-ln; 
C, A.- Graham, secy. Lisbon, Columbian! 
County Fair, S. 11-13: K. F. Moore, secy 
London, Madison County Fair, A. 28-31 ; II. 
ft. Pancake, secy. Manslleld, Richland 
County Fnlr, S. 21.-28; W. H. Glfford, secy. 
Marietta, Washington County Fnlr, S, 4-7: 
Ed. Flanders, secy. Marlon, " 
Fair, H. 20-28 ; James 
Murysvllle. Union County 
F t Brodrlck*. secy. Mct'onnellsville. Morgan 
Count v Fnlr, 8. 23-27 1 George II. Black, 
secy. Medina, 'Medina County Fair, S. 4-0; 
O. O. Van Deusen, secy. Mount Gllcad, Mar- 
row County Fair, O. 2-3 ; G. J. Smith, secy. 
Mount JoV, Scioto County Fair,' A. 28-31: 



Rtiy- 

_ opened 

at (IiIh Hummer resort In ubout ten days. 

The foruiul opening of the Islaud took ulnce 



steeplechuse, roller coaster, royal gorge, 
dnnclng, etc. ■ - - 

Notkh. — Joseph J. Raymond, formerly with 
I lie Point of PIdch, Bostou, ' was semcted, 
week of 21, by George c. TIIjmh, as bin 



t hh per- 
Mr. Ray 



in Marlon Coiinlv t,onnl repr.-stuitutlve hi this city. sir. Ray 

a' Kminti tinev uiond litis hail inii.lt experience fn the amuse- 

Fa'lr S T.-14 • \V' "^n' <«»evlng line, nnd will Introduce vailde- 

inelt'svlile Merit ni vll,t * M,1<l <l,il ' i| ' "Itrnctlons In a few weeks. 



W. A. McGeorge, Becy. Montpaller, wflllams Bafii e S£. l Wffl# - ,t 1 / , ' V' «"" ^ranclsro. 

Countr Fair. S. ILL. : C.'C. Luttanuor. secy. They were In that city during the- curlh- 

Newark Llckinir County Fair O 2-tl ■ J M »l«nke, and csenped Injury nnd financial Iohh. 

l-'iimier' Beev New Lexlntrton Perrv 'Oounlv Mr - 'loa«elyii tonrs the country with stercop- 

Onkey Park, Hamilton County Vlr' A. g- S^MJ!>S J5SisA!Sft Jflb i^ 



17: i'- L, Sampson, secy. Ottawa, Putnam, 
■O, 2-0; A. P. Handles, secy. Pnuldlng, Paul- 
ding County Fair. A. 28-31 ; W. R; Jnckson, 
secy. Pomeroy, Slclgs County Fair, S. 12- 
14; C. II. Church, secy, l'roctorvlllc, Law- 
rence County Fair. H. 12-14; W. W. Reekard, 
secy. Ravanna, Portage County Fnlr, 8. 11- 
21 ; Lafayette Smith, secy. Saint Clnirs- 
rllle. Belmont County Fair. A. 28-30; J. II, 
Taylor, secy. Sandusky, Erie County Fnlr, 
H. 11-M; T. II. SSerbe, necy. -SarahHvllle, 
Noble County Fnlr, 8. 12-14; Homer- John- 
son, secv. Sidney. Shelby County Fair, J, 




. Morgan E. Ink. secy. 
County Fair, W. I. Tenney, secy. Wapulco- 
neta, Auglaize County Fair, S. 2ri-28 ; A. F 



Island, and one of the largest concesslnulstH 
of George i\ Tllyou. formally njiened His de- 



Fnlr, S. 11-13; C. F. Crooks, secy. Wash lag 
ton, Guernsey County Fair, S. 23-28; J. F. 



Peraonel nf tne, Poll Stock Co. : 



ftur faefl/Wrttl ronrspondetif* are bfrfhy 

normal that the wfitmtlnl* now Ttehl l)f 
/'mm rfpiml nn ./Mttc J, Thru urn tequratftl 
to rrliim tlinii tn thin office, at one*, far 
rtnaral for iiWtWfM7. 



MINSODIll. 



.Many friends of Flonmce Hamilton, 
of thin city, go tn Hartford once a week to 
see her lu repertory, ut the Hartford opern 
House, where she In tilling a Summer en- 
gagement.' w. h. Josselyn and wife, of 



K ii nans City.'— At the WIIHs Wood 
(Woodward \ Hurgesn Ainiiscment Co., mstin- 
g«n*> 'The Lion ami the Mouso," last week, 
did splendid, business, and deservedly so, for 
hoth the compHUy utid the play certainly 
scored heavily. . Uertrmlti Cogluu, Arthur 
Byron. Jnxcuh Ktlgnur and 'George PitrsonH 
Nil «ilii excellent work. Nnr C. Goedwru, In 
"Tlie GRnhis** nnd "When We Where Twenty- 
oite." 7-s). closes the seasoh ivt this luniBe. 
■ Grand Opkha Houmw (lludiou it Juduh, 
mnnngers). — The house, wnx dark last week. 
This week, "Buster Brown" closes the sonnou 
of. the bouse. 

GlLMH , OPRllA HoilHR (E. S. Ilrlghflm, 
mnnnger). — liist. week. "A Thoroughbred 
Trsmp" drew well. This week, ''Dora 
irbornc" closes the house. sensou. 

.AnDiTORti'M (Wnmlward& llurgesK Amuse- 
ment Co., managers).— Last week, the Wood- 
ward Stock Co. gave .nad iH*rfnrniRnccs of 
"The Galley Slave" end "The Belle of Rich- 
mond. " Thin week, I tie stock coin pony from 
Omaha comes down nnd slnrN a Hummer' en- 
gagement, opening with "Tim Cnvuller.*' 

Pr.vrruv i,l. .1. Barrett, mnniifter).~Lnst 
week, the Cherry Hlossoms gave *"l'he Maiden 
nnd the Mule,*' to good business. This week, 
the New Ceotnry Olrln close the hnusa. 

Pi.ki'-l'ii.' Pahk (Saw Uelijnmlii, lunna- 
gerl. — Kansas City's Coney Island opened lis 
season -May 20, with crowds In attendance. 
Ellory's Band, with Slguor Ferulln as the 
conductor, wus the principal outside ntlrnc- 
tlon. and the Five Flying Moors did their 
trnpeze net on the lawn. An added feature 
Gils year Is Alligator Joe's alligator farm. 
Hale's tours nud scenes of the world are still 
dolug -their phenomenal business, and nil 
the .other concession* opened with n nourish. 
In the German > Hinge the acts wore: The 
Itntterwnrth Sinters and Lydell, In songs 
nnd dnuces; Claudius nnd Hcnrlet, bnnjulsts ; 
Meinm nnd Mnyiutril, nobRs add dances, and 
May Mnlvnne. "The Dlxm GIN," In songs. 
This week's hill : Verderi. Perrv nml Wither, 
I«wls nud Le cinlr, Nettle Fields, and tbo 
Connolly Slstors. 

Forr?t I'.uii; (Lloyd Brown. mniiagerL— 
Kyrl's Bohemian Hand wns Die outside at- 
traction Inst week, and pro veil envlleut. Vol- 
lecltn and her nnlmals were eshlhltetl on tbo 
Inwn. In Hopklos' Theatre the features of 
the vaudeville was Lillian chick nnd her 
dnsh arouud the loop, Tim Salvaga!*, sp<M'- 
tacular Frnncli dancers; Welch, Nenly . atul 
Morn rose, ucrobats nnd comedians ; Fredu 
mid Dare, niiisicul comedians, uud Ihe Melhn 
Ladles' Qunrlette. Bill ibis week Includes: 
Fi'imecHcu Redding and eumnany,' /urlckx 
Brothers, Louise Brehany, Mlldreif Flom and 
Powell. The lluiigsrlnn Band will he. Ins 
principal outside nitraclloii, nnd Vallecltn 
holds over, > 

Faiiimoiint Park (Ben Rosenthal, mana- 
ger). — This tsipulnr amusemnut place opens 
27. The titlrnctloiis this season will he: 
Hunters' seenlc • railway, the mystic cave, 
circle swing, Ra£Vn Jumping hnrNcs, Blue- 
hoard cast Id, fun factory, Ferris wheel, elec- 
tric mlnlqturn railway and a. pew hAth bench. 
Miner's military 'band of forty plows will bo 
the attraction on the Ihwn, ami In tho the- 
atre the Imperial Muslcnl Comedy Co., under 
the mnnftaenient of Fred Kennedy, will pro- 
dries "Klug Zero" as the Inaugural attrac- 
tion, » 

WASHINGTON. 



IOWA. 

Den Moines— At Foster's Oners, House 
(Wm. Foster, manager) Tim Murpny pre- 
sented his new play. EBwUa Ruajt." to. n 
large and well pleased atidleftce way H>- 
AlutK'he Wnlsh, la "Tha Woman in the Case." 
plnved n return engageineni Hi, showing to 
n well illled house. Nat C.'tloortwln, in "Tb« 
Genlua," closes the season nt this house June 

4. 

Iowan* Park OV. R. Gourley. nianagen. 
—'llie Royal opera Co.. In "Said fasha." 
opened n Summer engagement week Of May 
2tl„ drawing big crowds. "The Mnseot" Is 
the attraction for week of 27. 

Emi'irh (M. .1. Karger. inannaer). — Big 
business cuntlnues. In spite of the warm 
wenthar.. Rill week of 28: Lydell Waters 
nnd llutferworlh, Ted E. Box, Mile, A I hi**, 
Pituik L. Perry, Clandlun nnd Scarlet. Lsn- 
dis, nnd. Stone, and Cruzcr Cmneily Four. 

sInurrhou. Park (Kreii luichauau. munti- 
■ert. — This pnrk opens week of 27. with 
Willy Zimmerman, Hohrow Stldgrismid Have- 
innn s wild nnlmnlH. 

Nona.— W. It. tlmirley, manager of lowauu 
Park, gives the fallowing rosier uf the Roypl 
Opera Co., playing st his imrk: W. IL Oonr- 
ley* < id n unaa r; Cbns Ilnvkeiwelinilir, seer*' 
tary. ttuil treasurer.; Dan Vmmg. comedy dud 
singe mnniiger ; Horn De Fllllppl. Hoprano' 
Herbert Carter, tenor: Alfred Cahll!, hn?l 
lone; John II. MeRwoonoy, coftnrdy ; Allan 
K. Foster, Roht. Illlivlork, baritone: lUilulIa 
Vodng, snuhreite; Evn Berth (Mrs. lum 
Yoiuig), ehnencters; ('lareiico Rogerson, uut- 
sical director, nml ti chorus of. elnvcu girls 
nml six men. 



iiy. 

seller In the wagon of the Buffalo Rill Show, 
received aluminum soiiveuirs from Ihe ahow- 

mau, made'lu Slllan The cerate nf 

Theodula Cehollus, (he acrobat, who died ut 
his home In this city recently, showed un ap- 
prulsal of some s-i.mm real nud persoanl 
property. His widow (Mile, /.ur'ihi In nd- 
ulnistrutrlx of the estate Edward Hub- 
bard, of Oils city, chief llthngrnplier with 
the No. 1 car or the Rsrmtm A Bailey Hhcw. 
arrived In this city 211, wilh the ear, the 
handriomest of Ihenggregnllon. It Is In Phnrge 
of Lester Slurrny, of St. Louis. Tha attaches 



ij>nii> m li.la ■ o i.' nmni/i. an«v (Vn.i in>. 0" eionoi ate aumsr to i lie lotsi press. ..... 



■ i ■ . i, u leadHLHn'rJy 

tialp^lBST^^riK lami sice Weir LauRdon, Moraaret Hagen. William J.'. Can- 
lair, s. i_H--ii._u. v., Williams, secy. _w«t ncU , rt | fretI , sldwcll, Jessie Pilngle, Kvetett 




Prdnr llniiltls. —At Greeno's Opera House 
IVylil-H, Collier, business innnitger) the Cbns 
It. Phlpps Co., Muv 21-27,* nivneil lo fair 
buNlnesM. Tim Murphy, 28. tMHffl the rep 
ulnr season. A Summer seusnii nf vaudeville 
opens 2ti, with these people. ; The Two Rack 
ells, Delphlno and 1>clmorii, Duchess Gerr 
rude Dudley, Fuller, Rose nml eoinpuuv, 
Mons. Iteitiichnmp, Dill uud Wnrd, anil tin* 
klniKlrtiine. 

I'hu'i.h'h (Vic Hugo, managerl, — The Peo- 
ple's Summer Stork uiieued 21, lu good busi- 



ness, with the following peoule In the euni- 
pany : Chits. Inskcen, Mine Harvey Hurhour, 
Mildred Moltiui, llelmi Treadwell. Golds 
Zone, 0. L. Howard. Will Burnett, Harry 1'. 
Ailninn nud Allen Kelly. 

Nim:n.~ The Furci'imgh-Hclls llrns.' Cir- 
cus Is utlled for June 2r>. Contriiciiug Aucnr 
Fred Miirgnn wnn here 21, and wus followed 
22, by ail opposition force of eight men, In 

charge of "Kid" Sinclair t*. A. Hart 

miitiH sierenntlcon slides and morhig pic- 
tures were shown at 112 First Avenue, 18, 

HI Aerie Nn. 1411. F. fl. Eagles, held 

Hh ilii mini uiemnilitl hervU-cs 13, In honoi 1 of 

deceiiNed inenihi'l'S I'lironlu La Bean 

nud son. Drew, Joined the Chas. It. Pblppi 

Co. here 21 The Ceilur lluplds EnRh's 

defeated Hie Anilinnsil I'ligles nt baseball hei-e 

211— Score 11 to 1 Malinger G. K. Mm 

ton In In Phlcnge, iHioklng vaudeville nllraV- 
IhMis ump buying fiirnltiU'e for the new 
niiiUHemeiit park, ihe Alamo, whicli Is ei- 
pecled to opi'ii June II. 

, , , n }^.. ■■■ ■ 

li.-i.liiik, — At the (!nsltui (hooves A 
Dodge, malingers) the Myrkle-IIiirihT Stock 
Co. opi'iin n four weeks' eiiRiiginieni hi rep- 
ertory May 2m, 

NoTi.'t.- .tnli ii lliihlnson's United Shows 
exhibit here Juno H..,.,,0llle Manlo, who 
has been spending n short vnrntlnii nt her 
home here, him rejolneil Coin Urns.' Circus 
for the soshuii, na principal foiirhorse churl.it 
driver. " 

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«(«auoiv. 



Mart rordT^At* Pa mons' (11. C* Parsons, 



Zanesvllle, Munklngum County Fair, 8. 18^ 
Ml; R. J, White, secv. 

WASHINGTON.—Fiverett, Snohomish Coun- pronrtetor-nnil manager) the second week of 

ty Agricultural Association. A. 20-S. l; Dan *he Hunter-Bradford Plflyera. presenting 

Currle. secy. Seattle, County Fair, H. 3-8: I The Adventu.es or Udi Ursu a." was 

Howell W. Peel, ores. Spokane, Interstate highly successful, the attendance be n« large. 

Fair, S. 24-0 D: Robert II. Cosgroye. aecy. ol »1 the rendition thoroughly artistic. Julia 

Walla Walla. County Fair Association, O. Wnn won marked applause and deserved It, 



l-(l : A. C. Van De Water, aecy, 



and nil the lending roles were In rnpnble 



WISCONSIN.— Amherst,' Portage County hands. "The Cowboy nnd (he Lady" May 28 



Fair. S. 11-14; A. J. Smith, secy. Apple'. 
ton Fair. 18-21 : Jos. Koffend Jr.. necy. Bara- 
boi>. Sauk County Fnlr. 23-28 ;.S. A. Pelton, 
aecy. Beaver Dam, Dodge County Fair, 24 
28 ~ 
Conn I , . 
Boscobel 



end week, - Manager Pnrsoas has been In 
New. York the past week, booking for next 
season. 

Munrom. Opkra Hnnatfl (II. IL Jennings, 
-The engngement of the Florence 



C. W. Harvey, secy. Berlin, Green Pake manager).— The engagement of the Florence 

il y Fair. A. 28-31 : G. H. Mclntyre, secy. Hamilton Co. rlosed.abrnptly 10. The hoitse 

.-—jobel Fair, O. 3-r»; L. B. Rukn, secy. ClijJl- has been closed- the entire week of 21. The 

ton. Calumet County Fair. A. 20-31 ; Gregory Jewish Pali. Mme. Beglnn Prater, and opera 

DorBchel. neey. Chippewa Falls, Northsra company, In "The Vice King," 2«. 
Wisconsin State Fnlr. R 17-21 Ml. B. Clark. Pwh'h iMll-ftDH, roanaRer).-— The 

ttocy. Darlington. Lafayette Comity Fnlr, A. Inst week of vaudeville was given 21-26, and 

eu-m : Geo. ; word, secy. Dodgevllle. lown tli*» hill was nn Interest ng one. The stock 

County Fair. S, 4-7 : Ben Thomas, secy. Elk- aeason Is Hin-JgUimted 28, by the Poll Slock 

horn. "Walworth County Fair, 18-21; n. ■ C. Co.. headed by Margnrei I'll t and Cnrnpbeij 

Norrls. secy. Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac Slratton. supported by the fol owing: J. Hall 

Kdlfr, A. 4-7: J. W. Watsoh. secy. Ilorltin- Owen.. Merlon Strock. J. n. Uhllirtun, James 

Vltlo, Outagamie C'duUly Fair. 12-H ; A. Milady. Geo, Rarwnrd, John B. Moran. Wll- 



L. Murphy. 5&. Jefferson. Jefferson Coiitlty Rrtm Kerhy. Arthur Kvlley Jamen Kcrby, 

Fair. O. 2-r. ; O. F. Raesaler. secv. Kllbonrti Little llanel, Illta Russell, (lay Rhea, Helen 

Kllhoitrn Ffllr, 1-4; Geo. H. Campbell, " 
aecy. La (.'rouse, Inter-Stnte Fair. S. 24-21* 



Beck, Adoh Sherman, and Grace Berwefd, 
under the personal direction of C. J. \V, Roe, 
C. H. Van' AUken, secy. Lancaatar, giant The opening production Is "At Plney-Rldge," 



Seattle, — At the Omud Opera House (Itns- 
sell & Drew, managers) the Son Francisco 
Opern Co. (formerly Tlvoll Oparn Co.) open 
in "linn I nil'" May 20 and week, under the 
management of Russell A Drew, who have 
leased tho theatre for tuu Sumuor. Uame 
company, lu "The. Strollers," 27 and week. 

Srattlh (Juhn Con, mnnngerl.T-P'dlard'H 
Juveulle Opern Co., In report or v, 13 and wi*ek, 
always hlg favorites here, rciicuted their for- 
mer successes, Dhe Prloglc Co. 20 and week, 
In repertory. Mack Swain Co., In repertory, 
27 and week, 

Tm nn AvBNiin (Kusnell ft Drew, uana- 
gers).— The Aylesworlh Co., In "The Hidden 
Crime," 13 and week, proved very popular. 
The San Francisco enrtnrjiiuke Is reproduced 
In this drama. "Driven trout Hoine/' 20 snd 
week., "(.'aught lu the Wuh" 27 nnd week. 

Star (E. J. DoneRon, mnnager). — New 
people week of 21: Bert Lnvey. the Lock- 
woods, Geo. Lsvemler, Nnldu nud enmpnny, 
Jessie Dole, Pets Dunsworlh nud moving pic- 
tures. 

OM-nnrtM (E. >'• Donellan, mnnager). — New 
people week of 21: l,ee and llouner, Long 
snd Mitchell, the linens, Dot Raymond, Tom 
Ripley, Trncey MeDermott, and moving pic- 
tures, 

PANTAOKir (Alex, Pnntnees, tnannger), — 
New iieople week of 21: Italph Cuinmiiigs 
ami company, Tliren'Mlllnrds, Palomn Slriters, 
Two Weavers, Mickey Feeley, Leo While, nno 
Han Francisco disaster pictures. 

NriiANH <Mone Goldsmlih, manager). — New 

{eoplo week of 21: Lcta Ormonde, Clnru 
lorrls. Mm If .InmcR, and Nam l,lllo|t, 
liAirtv (Fred Kltchle; maoflger). —New 
people week of 21 : Gertrude McDonald, Bes- 
sie Howard, and Mabel Rlnley. 
TiiAMA (Mose Goldsmith, mnun/cr), — New 

Bsoplp week nf 21: Flnrencn Clark, Grace 
tanning, and Loulne Keith. 
NoTfl.— Seattle will he Included in the Or* 
phenm vaudeville circuit neat Reason, It Is 
reported that Mnnager Coft hn« made con- 
tracts with the managers of ihe Orplmum 
sad Kohl it Castle circuits, which insures 
high class vaudeville attractions for itila city. 
i . ■— 

Tnromn. — At the Tacoma Tlteatre (Chas. 
II. Herald, manager) Mack Swain Co., ;ln 
'■The World." Mny 21-24; "Kant- Lynns," 
with Cora King Swnln, 2ft, 20. Charles Ed- 
win liiHiee and Mack Swain in leading mule 
roles. David Proctor, in "A Message, from 
Mars." 28, 20; Pollard Opera uo. June 1.2. 

I ( hand ( Dean B. Wnrley, inannger) , — 
Week beginning May 21 1 Rnpoll, Clnmeh*o 
Bros., James P, Lee and company, wilh Ml tin 
Madeline. In "Thou Hhnlt Not Hleol;" Mar- 
quis and Lynn. Torley, Frank P. Rowan, 
Illustrated songs; views 1 nf Han Francisco, 
and'motlnn plriures. Business Is verv good. 

star (IL H. Owens, Manager-. — Week be- 
ginning 21. Allen Stock Co.. In "The Ociv- 
roon." Verna Felton ubu Charlss King in 
leadln" roles. 

ciiTHTAi, (W. .1. Tlmmona, mannger). — 
Week beginning 21 : Hot Tomnla Trio, tho 
r.lllotls, Mary Gerard, Jflaiea snd I'ryor. 
'i nomas Ln Rose, In Illustrated aonga, and 
pictures of San Francisco disaster. 



Portland— At Ihc'llelllg (t'alvlu llelllir, 
iiiiiiiiiucri "A MfHHilgo from Mars" Muv 21 
24. I'lie Ihcatre has been dark, nxcupt ri>r 
several Ih'iicIIIs for the Sun Francisco suf- 
fuivrs, shicn M. A iiiiiMlcnl Hluck cntupnily 
wlll he oigiinl/eil h.v Alnnugor llelllg for the 

t>u i- pose of nceubyliig the IlitSblre during tbu 
•iininier. The ilrsl productluu will be ""i'bs 
Rounders," June .1. 

P.Mi'ini: i mu [..ii w. Hnatunu. manager I 
cloned Its seinKui Aluy 20, with two uorfvrtu- 
iiiiii'h nf ■■r.ici Lynue" by the Mack Swain 
Co., to guoil hoiirtci. Thi! sums couipiiuy did 
gfioiPhUslnefH week of L'l, with "Tito World," 
»liiKi.n (Hon, L. Bnkor, managor). — The 
Bflkor 'I'll. 'ii lie Pn, hud tivu packed hoiisen 
20, III witness "The Little Minister," whlnh 
Was Ihe idTet'lim nf the secoilil week, The 
loniLiiiiiv plnyoil i " packod houses week of 
LVlii' I'rlnfe Karl." anil hna nlready earund 
a HluiulliiK' whK'h coaipah'H fnvumbly with 
Ihe exeidlelit stuck rolupmilcH Heiiu ut this 
theatre during past seasons. "Iluiiila Aituhh 
tho. Sea" 27 nud week, and "Tho Rterunl 
city" .lane :1, 

Lvnio (Knntlng& Flood, managers), — Tbu 
Lyric Slock Co., presenting "Mr. Baker's 
Fillherdll-lliw," week of May 21. 

Staii i.iiim.'H II. Errlcksnn, mauager).— 
The Slur Stock Co., presenting "Tho Twins' 
Chrlsleuliig," week ut It 

Giiand (JuiilCs II. Mrrlcksoii. mniuigerP-- 
Bnlietulnu Comedy Four, Mllllo Brothers, 
Sum Rowley, Marco Brothers, Francesco 
Montrcsso, Harold I toff, snd (liniidlscope. 

Pantai.km (Jnliu II. JohnHOii, mnniiger).-— 
Four Uenrges, Billy I'oiirtrlglii, Trncey and 
Carter, Teclian Tnvern Ouni'tettu, Mickey 
Fceicy, Arihur Elwell, ntnl hlngrnph. 

Fiiitx'h Nhw Tiikatiui (TliomBs Konney, 
niunngerP- Mfin N. Vernon, llurney Mulnlly, 
Mai In Dlllard, Itut.y Knili, Wilson uud Lei 
vesier, Pn Bulsstle, Ituoney and Forrester, 
Evnllue Allen, Allle Dcluuir, Vlnn Mascot, 
Jny IJurrlnatnt), Jessie Stewart, Rowi Stnl- 
hird, the While Vogt, Frances Klniur, und 
Allen snil Wllmnn. 



MAIIVLAND, 



niiltli.jore. m the I.yrlc (Elimhnrd III- 
rleh, in<inager) iJie second week of J. V, 
F'lsher's ()j)ei'ii Comnatiy hoglns Mny 28. 
when "Sun Toy" will be put on, replacing 
"Flurodum," which drew largely 21-2(1. 

At'iiiroRiiiit uamea L, Kernnn, muiiager). 
—-With Hose Melville's engagement, wldch 
closed 2(1, Ihe regitlnr Reason hero; wlilch ihe 
hiten a big success, came iu> an end. The 
Thnilii Theatiii Yiddish (.'o, will occupy Ihe 
house i'nr three perforiniinri'R 20, 30, 

IIoi.i.ipav Srnnr/r (Geo. W. Illfe, nuiufi- 
geri.— Kraest, llegati will pui In the Until 
week of the house senium, wi.u ''lliifns Rns< 
tils," beglntitiiR 28, "KsciipHl friiin Sing 
huip" bad a fair wMR closing 211. 

HiiANHr's it'. E. Hianey, uuinaaor). — After 
a very satlsfnciory year this house also will 
close Us doors with the current week, when 
"Itt a Worn'm's Power" will lie seen. Jane 
Dare made a pleasing Impression last week. 
In "A Mad Love," 

G.uKTV (W. L. Jhillauf, manager) .—The 
Dnlfily Dtieliens Co. opens 2*. following lbs 
Golden Crook Co., wlilch closed n week of 
moderate business 21). June 4, the Runaway 
Girls. 

Er.iiCTRin Pahk opens Mny 28, under the 
management of F, P, Schanrierger, who has 
nrrntiRcd Willi the n. P. Keith Ixiokin^ 
agen-y fur the presentation of their attrac- 
tions during Hie Htimmer. The bill for tt|e 
Initial week Is headed by Tuny Claude, nnd 
Ihi'ludes: Kline, Oil Bros, nnd Nlennliioh, 
Seymour ami' mil, Green sud Werner, Ray 
■mend nnd Cnverly ami Chrislle Willis. The 
frro open Hlr features nre WOullJiig's stnlllom 
(did dogs, and Itonee'n high wire act. A 
Hiii-dni matinee will he given Decorallon 
Day, wilh Pnlu'a drewnrRs at night. 

NoTil— Surah Hernhnrdt will ho seen at 
Alumigh's illnliert E. Irwin, manager)), at 
a special matinee, Juno f>, presenting ona 
act each of "Hnmlet," ••CiitnlHc,'' 'Flou 
Frou" and "L'Alglon." 



416 



THE ffltESW YGEK CLIPPER. 



June 2. 



JEROME H. REMICK & COMPANY 



as wbst aeth s-r., r*. Y , 

87 OUARK »-r., OHIOAOO. 
IO WITHKRELL »T., DETROIT 



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ALICE, WHERE ART THOU GOING? _ 

There Are Summer Songs and Then Summer Songs, But This Song Is the "Pick" of Them All, Because It Is a 
Novelty MARCH Song, and Entirely Different from All Other Summer Songs. Most Summer longa Are WALTZ 
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• * ■ TKNKKHSEK. 

Memphla. — At Hopkins* hunt Bad. Park 
(A, I). Morrison, malinger) llie uttendanfce 
wns very largo tho entire week of. May 21. 
Tlit* offerings In the pavilion Included : 
Lizzie i;vniiH. as-dated by Hurry Mills; 8|a- 
tela Macnrty, John lllrch, Marco Twins, and 
the ktnodrome. 

Fairyland I'auk (J nines L. Okas, mana- 
ger). — A fair attendance prevailed week of 
■ 20. "Dnvld Oarrlck" wns presented by the 
tonergnn-Himw Co., with good aueceai. Mr, 
l<oncrgun and Minn Hunt received much ap- 
plause. The other mciubers of tho uompauy 
gave Hutlafni:tton. "Dr. Bill" 'it and Week. 
- Huoti (BetiJ, M. Btllnback, manager 1.— 
Little Chip and 'Mary Marble, In "The Night 
of tho Fourth,'' paekeu tbe house every per- 
formance week at 11. Both of the principals 
nre exceedingly popular here, and were ac- 
corded a worm reception, "A. Convict's 
Daughter" L'n and wcok. 

■ »- 

Knox villi.- — -At Clillhowee Park Theatre 
(C. D. Peruclil, manager) busluestj continues 
big; "Tlio Tower llelilnd tbe Tbronc" wob 
elveii.tliP . ilrst part of last week, nnd "What 
llnimenod to Jones" tint last half. Wataon 
run! itniiy Udna, Miller UroB. and Morris und 
Parker are the specialties fur this week and 
next. 

GUnt.nnttoira, j '!;.■ New Opera Tlouae 
(Paul 11. Albert, ninnnjjer) closed with a 
popular priced show Mny 11). 

Olymviu (Frank I*. Beddow. manager).— 

"Cinderella," week of 21, opened the Summer 

season with, crowded houses overy night Y. 

C. Alley's Casino Vaudeville Cu. 28 and week. 

+.»»■..*■■■—— . 

KENTUCKY. 



' f.oulnvllle — At the Avenue (Cbas. A. 
Shnw, mnnnger) lament [logon presented 
'Utifus Mantua" week of May 20, In an elab- 
orate manner. The comedy U wholesome 
and thoroughly typical of tho Southern 
negro. The attendunce \v«n satisfactory. Tno 
Iiihikc closed the season with this nttracHuu. 

FiMiNTAiNig ri;iiitv 1'AittC (Win. Ileluhman, 
iiiiniiiucL). — A splendid hill attracted' big 
crowds week of 20. New people eugaued 
were: Marco Twin*, T>w Hawkins. Freder- 
icks Family, Flu. Adlcr, Hathaway nnd 
Kulpel, nnd the klnodrame. 

Hr.'KiMiiiAM (Whftllen Bros., manage**). 
— Rellly & Wood's Co. was, booked week of 
2(1, but canceled, and tbe uouse closed tbo 
Hsayofi 10. 

llniiin n.iv I'auk opened 20, with a new 
and up-to-date skut|ttg rink, with J. h. Orlb- 
I'lc fin guucrnl manager,' and iiv. Dnldwln as 
lloor inaiiiigcr. Other attractions at tbe park 
ure the Melr Family of d Ivors, a mammoth 
merry-go- 'round - and moving pictures of a 
flan light. 

Notk. — Mayor Bnrtb 1ms closed tho lid 
' tight and strong as regards Sunday perform - 
uncos. He has Instructed the chief of police 
, to see that all saloons, tbcatrcu, professional 
'baseball, billiard hulls, skating rluks and 
bowling alleys arc cloned mi Sundays.' com- 
luenclnir May 27. This 1b a bard blow for 
tho purku. 

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HOKUM FlitTBS for suit- or Trail.'. A High 
grade, low pitch, silver trimmed rlutc, good 'as 
new. Will trade for high pltdi Utile, Moral QMo, 
for high pltoh; "C" piccolo; alHo tiavo H. F. Meyer 
pic colo. Ad , C. M. R -, 3H4M Cook Ave. , Bt._Lon lw.M o, 

WANTED, AulmalH tuttabh for wagon Hliow, 
Dogs. Monks. -Must be well trained. Want Ad- 
vance Man (sober and reliable); money saro; and 
Hoss Canvas Man: will hay snvthlng sultahle for 
wagon show. Letters lo Qvv. Ltilgl, Talladega. A's. 



cotsTur CLOU, Halt mi hour out, com- 
mutation r-.w, open to receive male guests. 
Exci'iicnt table. Teonis, croquette, and ball field. 
Bowling alley, btlllurds, etc. Terms, two In room, 
$10 a week; single room from flOtoflft. Apply 
Mr. _____0K____ _________________y_j__l_____j Ht., fjliy. 



WAvrno, PHOPI.B. 2 or 3 Comic Turns, 
Hmall Wagon hiiuw. AmateurH will do. . 

ritor. HAKRY smith, im.i/,, r«. 



MOVING fHTIRK SUPPLY and KKNTAT. 
Films, Uuchlnca, Stareoptlc6UH, Cameras, Lenpes, 
Song Kildes, new anil second hand, bought, sold, 
atchanged. Bargains, studio for mm and slide 
making, coloring. Sroclal Flng and Flio Films, 
expert repairing, free advice, long years' expe, 
rlence, prompt dealings, Bbcrbard Hobuelder- 
oerman-Am. Ci ne A Fllm _Jo., lon K.Ulib st..M.Y.c . 

llaODOKRH. Heralds, and all MtadR of itnmll 
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AGENTS —legitimate subailtttto for Slot Ma- 
chlnta; patented; sellnut klght fortl. Good ter- 
ritory open. Particulars OISItA CO,, Anderpon.lnd. 



iiMiiiiiuiiHiiin. Al the Fark .Theatre 
(Dlckaou & Tulbott, managers) the Itebecca 
. Wtrroti Stock Co. appeared In "Quo Vadls," 
week of May 21, 'to good buslneBB. Tbe Kan 
F'rnnclsco curtluiunko pictures were held over 
,fui- amitbei- week. "Dr. JekylJ and Mr. 
Hyde" week of. 2B. 

ICmi'Ium i i 'Intl.. ^Immorinnn, manager)-*^' 
Ml^tt New. York Jr. Co. closed the season at 
this house week of 21. Itlg buslu«Bs ruled. 
"The Girl In HUm" wns a snoolal feature. 

WriNPui(i,.\N't>, — This out dour amusement 
resoi-t opened to n crush ID, and bualness 
held up well dtd'lug the nnst weok. "I)aro 
j. evil" Dash, Hose and Kills, Fred Hamilton. 
and u troupe of Igoroltcs weru tbe features 
of the o|>enlQg week. ' 

FAiimANK. — Hpoiii'er Kelly week of 28, and 
Fiilrbnnk's Orcbesdii. 

Notkh.— Sclbel UroH.' Dug and Pony Shows 

'u.d a big week's ' business 21-20. Although 

the feliOH' was new to Indianapolis, It made a 

favorable impre^lson-flml will aiwnysbe wel- 

. I'ome. . . .'Forcpa ugh -Sella Bios.* Circus June 

11 The White City opens May 26. with 

air ship and loop the loop as tin- feature at- 
tracllou»; 

4 ■ » 
VIRUINIA. 



JOK.'N THBATUICAL UOUHI£,'MWdHl, 

4t St., near H'way. JooPs *pee.Uisare: chile C'6n 
(Janie, I.m;., _ie.; Spuggeltl, 16c; Pig's Knuckles 
and ■ Saiirkraut, m.} Welsh lUreblts, 25c. Hosd 
reasonable and beftt redlatiraMit ION. Y. town, o 

tirades of the dnest beers. Always crowded with 
coding show folk and newspaper men. Look for 
tlio ■Kl cctr h: ___0_i_________j___ from H'way M____ St. 

' WANTUD, for best, biggest Medicine' (JonT- 
l'iuiy ou.tbo road, twosketcb teams, mau and wife, 
singers and dancers, tint cIssh comedian, nuist bo 
hot afterpiece workorj good plntio pinvor, «UrM 
reader and fakir; C. J. Newell, write; sIstertcauiH, 
all first claimed, people, write. SobcrHad tellable. 
Opening under brand now tents, made cxpreMiy 
for me by rum mm u. 8. tout taakera of (Jblcago. 
under sole direction o( W. F. I>lver, vice prca. of 
Co, Prof. E. Leon, ManslleW, Ohio. P. a.-; Prefer 
people dotibllug brass. .' . " ' 



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principal theatres. A. J, PREfHOPKR, Manager. 



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420 Mutual Life Bldg., I'blla., Pa. 



■UMll) COHPOHBG AMD AAHANGKD 

for any Uutrnment or number of Instramentt. 
aongs, words and musto, iketehes, oto. send stamp. 
OH AS. L. LEWIS, 4W Richmond St., Cincinnati, 0. 



HOW TO START IN SHOW BUS1*BSb. 

'opyrlghtedj.adlireront hooks, ioc. ah kindsaet. 
ORPHETIS SCHOOL, 837 N. 1'Jtti St., Pblla..>Ra. 



■HOW TO BBCOMS ACONTORTIONI8T. 

Front and Baok Bending, each trick niusiratwl 
Mr** . Morp het'B Sohon^sa? N. lilth St., Phlfa,, pa 

Ol,OOS.- nil! llamcr, 373 llcimont AveJ 
Hnledon. N. J., near.Rntflcsoa. theatrical Cldg 
maker. Ordera promptly ftllett- ' \Mt free.- 



WAWTRD, B. F. SINOING AND TALK'NO 
COMEVHAN for Specialties and Strong Oomedy-Jn 
Acts, Mention If you play ptauo or not in musical 
Lady Bruce,- write. Roozfrsi" Nu. "■*- 
oEo, <i. .HUTTON, nnlesvllle, HI. 



WANTUD Ulint, OROAIV Pl.ATKU 

one who does Specialties preferred. Alio all 
kinds of Useful Med. People. Tickets? no. State 
all with your lowest. Address Ed. HENDERSON, 
Glluioro, Tuscarawas Co., Ohio. 



ALIjUMINUM CIIUIKS (IH'sgou's); 1? large 
nutca; low to K ehroniatlc; nickel rack; fine 
order; 160; cost $160. Novelty Mfg. Co., 168 
Superior Ave., Cleveland, 0. 

POR SALB-fiOft: Itonnd Top. No pules or 
side wall, $26; Street or Crank PUuo, tw. Must 
well at onee. Ueo. Arllugton, Wayncntmrg, Pa. 



BEST REPERTOIRE PEOPLE FOR 

JNO, A. HIMMELEIN'S COS. 

P"OR REGULAR SEASON, 

OLKTBR LEAUINI) MAN with ability, wardrobe nnd apbeararjce: UKAVY MANaDd aiNOINO and 
IWNCINd l.'UUKDIAS, HEAVY UHARACTER MAN to direct: UNION I'ROPKKTV HAN and CAR. 
TENTER that eauDluy bouio parta, Man for Juveniles aud Llgltt Comedy, with specialty; ACTOR 
THAT CAN PAINT SCENERY; Uep. People all limn. Also Actors that double Id band. TWO 
1'HATIRK VAUDEVILLE ACTS THAT CAN CIIAM1E. State all In llrst, aud aend photo. DON'T 
MI8REPKESENT. 

JNO. A. MILVILVIEI-.EIN, 

■ ORAWP OPERA HOUSE, Sandusky, Ohio. 

WANTED AT ONCE, REP. PEOPLE, Also STAGE MANAGER 

With Scrip. Will arrange *vitl» organized company to play all Summer season In the Handsomest Tent 
Theatre outilt on tile road. Kep. Managers, come aud see It. Ktamford, Oohu., (his week. Danlmry 
next. Wire, write or call MANAGER 'IBNT THEATRE, 



"T1IOHK TWO TALL PKOPLK." 
UDMKDIAN. -Lmv I.-_\A/ CLSH A C3TE 8— Miirlo L.-S1NIIEK. 

COMEDY ENTERTAINERS. 

10 to 18 MINUTES IN ONE. Have some Immediate open time. Now hooking for Hie Summer. 

ADDRESS - - No. 3 BURROUGHS PLACE, BOSTON, MASS. 



SIGNOR RAFFAELE VENDTO ITAL,AN S0L0 HiBP,ST 

'""" , " "'" * *»MMM W M«l U ■ W, A || ( | res , cure , mw york CLIPPER. 



Madison's Budget, No. 10 

1404 Third Avenue, New York. 
■ loo Pagea or Itest Parodies, Monologues, 
HuriosiiiK's, comedy Sketches, etc. 91 
PER COPY. 



BURLESQUES TO ORDER 

"wii KKt.." otmuiv Uuarantoed. 

JAMKS MAD1HON, 

' ' 401) Mnnl.ulli.il AventtC, N. V. 



WANTED Q,UlCK,owlnir to iiLlsreprem-nta- 
tlon, Silent Performer and Comody Maslcal Act. 
Salary flu and all. Ticketsr If we ever heard of 
you.- Week stands, wmie Itosstiian and Win, U 
Mack, write. ElzorAMaddcn,HiiBsol,Warre nOo.,P a. 

WANTED —01 larauter Man and Wuman with 
specialties. Will btiy folding chairs and (lasoitne 
Torches. Namo lowest. Mgr. Wells Stock Co., 
Manchester, Ohlu._ • 

vi^rim.oiiim.n taioht. For terms 
Adlress Prof. Llogermau, Palace of 'Aiuusemeiil, 
Wagoner's White City Park. Rlngliainton, N. V. 



-AT LIHKHTV, For Parks, Itop. or Med. Cos., 
Ootid Sketch Team, with some good Singles, In- 
cluding Muslnal Act. Chango r«r week. I play 
parts and eornet. 01IAS. YOltK, Thurmond 
HouHe, Harrisonburg, Va. ■ 



50 OBNT8 for a Book of 10 Sgetebes ; live acts 
for one Male, one female ; |lve acta for two MaleB. 
Money order or two-cent stamps* - 
Addrews -URHARD KLIMO,. Playwright, MT Jay 
St„ Brooklyn, N. Y. ■ , - . 



SKKTCHBN AND PLAYS written to order. 
Address BERNARD KL1NU, Playwright, 3GT Jay 
St., Brooklyn, N.Y. - ; 



WEST TIHOIMA. 



Norfolk. — At tho Omuby (Otto Wells, 
' local' uianager) uiovlug pictures of the San 
.•'muclsco disaster, May 21--3, drew good 
ouslness. 
Ocean View CaJHHO (Otto Wei la, local 
. ninnager). — The regular Summer aeason will 
open Mny. 118 .wlthOo l«*uy«> Slaters. Herbert 
-Hert -Leuiiou, Jack Mason'.} Society Belles, 
Byron and Luugdou, and thu KltafukuTroitpc. 
h. J. Le Kniieher, who has hecn Mr. Wells' 
irKhl-haudmau for .several seasons, will pre- 
side over the hox ofllce nnd keep on oye'on the 
'running of the house generally: '. 
• Bijou (Al>h. Smith, manager). — In addi- 
tion to the regular stock company, people 
hooked for week of ?8 : Mouttou and Jack- 
sou,, Carter and Jont's. Alice Drew. Maggie 
Maxwell, aud the Shanaoua. Oualnasa la 
good. • • 

Acmb rWHk*f«aq A Mantle, managers).— 
New people. for wcefc-of -1)1* : Wallace' wheldon. 
Ward and Grant. Claudius Randolph, and 
CJm nnd Mvler. . Busluesa is good.- ■ . 
. M.tNtiAi-rAN.tCrlnnlnn Rroa.. nianagerBi-— 
I'l'iipk' week-of *2H: Mjnnlu I'ntteraon, May 
'lVtuuan, -lack Stockton, tlio MaddernB. Klor- 
»iii'-'Le Hoy nnd Leo Florence; Business Is 
good. - ■ ■ 

AvniTomiiw (J. M. Barton, manager).— 
No change for week of 28. 1'eoplc- for week 
of L'l hold over. 



Wheeling.— At ;the Court ULM. Fraui!- 
liclm, manager), week of May . 21 waa.dark. 
Moving pictures of Sou Francisco earthqunko 
and Are 20. 30. 

IlLiuu (II. W. Uogara, manager). — I'eoplo 
for week of 28 : Herlhen Brou., Corrlgan and 
HaycH. Ned Curtia, ' Hank and Lottie Wil- 
lUtmson, Emma Connelly aud moving pic- 
tures. 

Wiibrmno Park {Geo. A. McLaughlin, 
mnnagei). — This beautiful place will tlirow 
open Its doors to tho public SO, with all 
klnda of amuaetnentB. The vaudeville por- 
formiinco will not be opened until Inter. 
Manager McLaughlin must bo congrntulntud 
ItpM houkiug Sarnh Bernhartlt, in "Cnmlllc." 
for June 1, ut the Cnalnn In the pkrk. it 
Is tho first time that Sarah Bernhardt ever 
niuvrd in our city. The sals will be very 
large. 

ci-iney Isi.anh Pahk (II. W. Itogers, mnn- 
tgpr 'i . — Conterno's , Band, at . this popular 
nrutiBcmcnt place for week of 21, pave irood 
satisfaction, to crowded houses, and will be 
here for week of SB. - - 

NurnK. — Bnrmiui ft Bailey's Circus ap- 
peared 'Jl, to the eauaelty at every, perform- 
ance, ami gam one. of the best shows that 
over, appeared iu oiir.eltv. 

« 4H 

ALABABCA. ' 



Sdmn. — At Ulkdalo Park iO«org« T. 

R#es.' rrianagcr) Helen Mar Butler and her 
Mllltery Band openod an ougXRvnient. week 
of Slfly -13, and each concert wan very largely 
Mtehdrd. Bnyhes* mnvlnnpleturca, with Il- 
lustrated BongS, lvrck (if 'JO. ' ,■ i 

• ■-: ' ' i — i <•» 

NuiiMA.v ElArKirrr luis started n fund to 
erect a memorial to Mile. Rhea, who died In 
1fl01». tn .MnnitruorenW. Ft, Many members 
of the profession' navr ntrcndv nnhscrlhed, 
nud It la hoped enough will follow to moke 
the project a success. > 



F1NI8H TOUR AtlM.v teartog a beautiful 
paper tidy while singing, dancing or talking. 
Sample tidy and instructions, 'J'>c. Complete iif teen 
minute act. Six new desigus. instructions, full 

£ai t miliars, etc., *1.0U. Rig noveHy. HAMIY-L. 
IHCU, 1701 N. Wu«dnti).-k si . Phlladolphla, Pa. 




M OW BQOKIHO __jjgj AMD FAIRS. 

VIOLIN 1*1- \Y Kit wanted quick, read or 
fake. One show dally, week stands, med. co.. In 

t * nt, atop at liotcls, long engagement. Host liauk 
ref. No dope or inm/.o llcnds. Preference given 
man who can dosoinespeclalrleaand work In ac|a. 
State age. experience and salary In ilrsl. Or. It, 
L. Hudsnii, Polo, III. Weok of June 4. Oreg»n, ill 



WANTB», i;y s.J. Unnnctt'fl Old'Uomcstead 
Malo ((Uartette, (toud first Tenor, that plays piano. 
Long season In concert field, ifuartetio lmoked 
iiv tins best lyceiimimreatis. S. J. fiKNNGTT, 
U1T South Payetio St., SaglnswiWest Side, Mioh. 



"KHilN STBRROPTICON,*' tor song 111ns- 

trators, lecturers; full size, »]j.60; send for cut. 
BEGIN STEK. MFQ. CO.. gg K I nibs 11 81. .Elgin. III. 



WANTBD <UICK. Batten's Parlor Vlnuis 

and.Vaud. Ou., first. Class Novelty Man. two acta, 
change two nights. Salary all you're worth. 
Add., PKEft BATTEN, 

Whit tug, Kim. .June :i. 4; Nctawaka, fi, a. 



TO CANVABSBHS. MAIL ITALKHH. I'Kh- 
BliKHS. etc.. wti will sell our Fl-NO TKA and 
Nerve Food, O-IIK-TA for ton dollars per gross, 
half gross eiudi, tc tails for twenty- tlvc cents. Sam. 
pies twentr-tlve cniiH. Refunded on first order. 

br. J. ANitnKffs x son, Ws____i______ n. o. 

. FOR HALF. HntSloIgh-Bellf", new, JlOJHl; 
sol MiiHlnal Whiskey Flaskn (mounted), *."■. Deposit 
ou oxain. ROUT..U ai.ihu.in, Uaruthorsviilc, Mo. 



SLOT MACHINES. 



CO., 



EDI80N PHONOGRAPHS, Slot ■ ■ (35.00 

PICTURE MACHINES • • • • 15.00 

POSTAL CARD MACHINES ■ • 12.00 

WEIGHING SCALES, the Flnoit • ■ 20.00 

ROGERS MFG. 

IS W. aTtli St. , Irw York Cit y. 

^WAJVXBID QUICK, 

S. and 1). SiHJBRETTK, who can Play Juveniles; 
JUVKNILK WOMAN, Some Leads; HtiAVY MAN, 
Doiitno Brass; TtJBA, Double stage; VIOLIN, 
Double Cornet and Lead.' Others, write. All men 
Uoublc brass. Preference to Hume doing special- 
ties. MUST LKAIt N and Sl'KAK lines. Tent show: 
Ray your own. Stalo IowcbL No time Tor coire 
upondeuce. Join on wire. 

HARRY A. MTKVKNB, Kquallty, 111. 



I Want Two M 




If you cannot act, study dr loam par(s,-or care 
more for liquor, dope and bed than you do for 
work, don't aua\rer this. FRANK J. HARVEY, 
Kingston, N. v., all this week; Stamford, N. v., 
week June 4. 



FOR SALE. 

WfL l"op, 4(irt. Middle Piece, loft. SIdo Wall; 
Seats all 10-tldrhlgli; Reserved Seatanlth backs, 
Marque Keserved Seat Curtain, Lights, eurt* hag- 
gage Car. All ready ror the road. 

J. K. SOWAItDH, caro of CLIPPER Olllce. 



BURLESQUE MANAGERS 

DO YOU WANT A 110KI.ES(|lIEr I Imvo tour gouil 
ones, wllli [ili'iity or moin.n. as was until of Mm 
ciotf who uhused Ills tall. AddrusB 

■VI. E. HAMUEV, 

«07 g».l 14th 81.. IV. Y. City. 



FOR SALE. 

A liirgu tiuinliiT ur KKULH, ready for ubo; Uiio 
Btock. M.oooft. of Mtiih.ll and lar«t snbleutH. No 
woruout Block, so nut. of rtoug midcs, nil olieat). 
0. V. BALLOT. 70 uhrtaMplmr Slreot, N. Y. 



WANTED TO BUY 

The Lease off Theatre 

Playing week stands or 3 eights. 

JOH N LKSTOy SKINNKIl, Eddy. Pa, 



WANTBD, FOR. 



HERALD SQUARE STOCK CO., 

MAN for Jtivonllca and Ounoral IrtiMnraii. Hint 
liavo SpoclKltlt-s. Mno Willi Sneolaltlfj* o-lto wll 
do proiH. mute all. Ix.»p«l Siioinicr nalarj. 

.„ .. , . „ B1TTBR Hi FAVMH A V! . 

wMtlldd, Pa., wi'o» May 28 ; (lalclou, Pa., ween 



FOR SALE, BURNIN6 LADY, CREMATION 

Illusion. Complete apparatita, new, »20. Simple to 
work, for Indoor or outdoor allow feature, stamp 
for reply. (Iratiainp, 3IR Morrlaso Ave.,Ha'rdon,N J 

WAHTED, MAN AND WIFE. IWWu 

Acta, I'lano, Versatile. 

H. J. KINBGBREir, Talla, Mo. 



aim: vim IKTEHHgTEO IN 

IWILMS. 

I( wo, aend in your iiennBneiit 
addrorss to 1 1.«> • 

Views and Films Index 

114-116 East 28lh STREET, 

NKW YORK CITY, . 

And yon will receive, every week, 

one of their nw»t Interesting 

* numbera. . 





D 

POPULAR H 
Cover Handsomely Illustrated. 

flOo. Bor ltxt or $7 tor 1,000. 8 dlirorcut book I 
Samples llto. A. LONDON PUII. CO.. 

Tin Willow »t.. I'lillnilelpliln. f 



WANTED TO BUY, 

A BO or «0 foul Ton. wltb Middle Piece* 
Scatu, Llghtu. Hopes, 1'oIeH, all coiuplele 
Stutp condition and lowest tp price. *"* 
would double with somo one'' that has aucli 
un outilt Addrcau J. LA-VAUX. , 

nr> .Main St., Toledo. Otif". 



PERFORMERS AWD MUSICIANS 
l-'or twaaty weelra, for oaavaa nho.w. K .vonr 
frlcndB won't furnish you with tlokota do not an 
uato. Stale lowoBt tlnitletter. Tell all- Tbla l» 
no medicluo bIiow.. Uftj on car, and a flue one. 
H.-W.WALKBR. 
Room 42, Rn ator llotol , Kvanrivllle, Inn - 

WANTED, ALL 'ROUND MED. PERFORMERS, 

Udtea and Ooiila. Live ou the lot. Salary m 
money. Write imlcl. No Tletots. OLABk * 
K IBSlNUKR, Truciimtta, Foreat Co.. Pa, 

WANTED, A 600D PIANO PLAYER. STEADY 

POHltton, wagca and lioard. At onoe. Addrew 
MRS. C. MAV, Uolland Uonao, Silver L««o. 
Wlillo rialna, K. T. ^^_— 

WANTED, ALL 'ROUND MED. PERFORMERS 

TliBt change for wee* and K»to Organ. Mna«l" ! 
eolmr and rcllahlo and tip In acta. „ ,. 

IIILLV KUNO, Ilermon, St, Law. Co., ^• >• 



June 2. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER; 



417 



JEROME H. REjVljCK 8c CO., 



«S VW. 26TH, IM. V., 
87 Olark •*., CHICAOO, 
_ 10 Wltherell St., DETROIT. 

Two Great Songs hr WIIXIAM5 and VAN ALSTYNE. 



THE NOVEL 
SONG THAT 
HAS TAKEN THE 
COUNTRY BY STORM, 



m WH Y DON'T YOU TRY ? 



The Greatest of all Novelty Songs— Beautiful Colored Slides Posed on the Board Walk at Atlantic 
City— The Host Hovel and flttraetlvo Slides Ever Hade. 



PHTFYlTWWli 1 

^h^A ■«» JLiil Jfc JLJa ^1 JL 1 JLJ be Original and Up-to-Date, Sing This Song . 
45 W. 28th St., New York. 87ClarkSt,,Chicago. 1 Wltherell St., Delroil. JEROME H.RSMICZ A C0MFA1T?. 



A Cowboy Love Song, Entirely Different from 
All Other Songs on the Market. If You Want to 



PASTOR'S 

14th St., 3d Ave. 
CONTINUOUS 

SO AND 30 CTB. 

LOUISE MONTROSE ind HER AUTO GIRLS 
Arthur and Mildred Hoyian la "Jack and (Jill." 

Newell k Nlblo. TheLovltts. 

Ofletta k Taylor. Joiin LcClatr. 

Chas, li. Duncan. Kvaoa Tiio. 

Rower* QuarteL Carl Urehmer. 

Buck Daweon. The Vitagraph. 



BIJ< 

Mallnee Saturday 2. 



■ ■ aoth A 
U B'way. 

Evening 8.16. 



Dart a Beiaaoo present, lor tno 3d jaar in B. I. 
nAniltLU MUSIC MASTER. 



Inaniijof '40 by 
DAVID BKLaSOO. 



THEATRE. Et.I. Mat.Bat.ua. 
DAVID BELASOO proaenu 



"TBX QIBL or 
THE OOLDES 

WEST." 



1 Cattle 



(stovauSL 



Of Hllfc Ola.. VanC-Tllle Ta.atr.a, 

M. MBYEBFHLD JR.. I'HKS.: 
SAttTIN BECK, OBNPlItAL MANAQ8B. 
Ill Application, for Tim. Must be AddrMMa 
to C. B. DKAY, Ucioklnr Manatar, 

: Ualntlo Tbeatra Building;, Chicago, III. 



Mife's S Mymffi 



Trainoa wild rare animals, novelties of every do- 
" tlon for onrlo iiaUji and Theatre. Address 
• J. a. ANDERSON, Manager, u above. 



loriptioi 



IDE 



DEWEY 



E. 14lh si. 
LAUIE8' MAT. TODAY. 

Tne Honaway fllrli. 

Biirlcm|iif and Vaudeville. 



B. raaili SI. 
MAT. TO-DAY. 

Bowery Botequers, 

Uurieufiuc A Vaudeville 



THE SIDONIAS, 

RcHting at. their Summer Home, 
BERWICK, Kings Co., Mova ttrolla. 



BERTRAM MILLAR, 

II W. ISttl ST., NEW YORE. 



HARRY HOLMAN 

IN VAUDEVILLE. 

SONUS. PARODIES AND STORIES. 



$ Lions. 



NOW BOOKING PARKS AND FAIRS. 
Permanent address, am ]■;. itim ST., N. V. 



THE SAGES, 

ll-Vl'DOTI ST 8, PAUL ALLEN 8A0E. Mjr. 
Back home after Ave years of success In Europe. 



Juggler, aa.l»l«d by MMK. NELLO . 



ALICE AI/VA 

ROVELTY MUSICAL ARTISTE, 

"THE 11ADY WITH THE OLARIONBT." 



IiWEIt MTIOML 
ARTISTEN LODGE- 

NEETIUS HELD EACH THURSDAY EVE- 

NINS AFTER PERFORMANCES 

II TEBB40E BAB0E1, lew York, 

OHth St., near Third At*. 

ALL PEnKORMF.IW INVITKP 



Gill Brown 

Address ;>04 Ashland block, Chicago. 



CLARK and GILMORE 

MIKER'B 8TU AVE. THEATRE. N. Y. 



BENNIE GLAMAN 

SOMEWHAT DIHEIIENT. 



THE SHREWSBURYS 

(MARCIE and LILLIE). 



ORVILLE AND FRANK 

Have returned to (MIIUAUI), II.L.,fr HINNI- 

PEC, MAN,, this week, and MRS. UKVII.1.K l« 
with them. 



THE BUMPERS, 
RatrlK'BVtl'taB A Uymnn 

ECCENTRIC PANTOMIMIC COMEDY. LAtlill 
INU ACT. AND STILL WORKING. 



His Honor the Mayor 

HARRY THOMSON, 
IN VAUDEVILLE. 




H SONS SLIDES, 

SUM) FOR LIST. ALSO OTHER BARtiAINS. 

HISTiiH BROWN, abon. 740ft., 140.40 

l»-( rmvl. I, -Im.u1.7HWI, SH.m> 
The Ntrlke, about IHIft., 948.70 

Either aont for examination on receipt of (6. 
Knur R«eU of Film, about 000ft. each, 

ftart.OO each 

Heat for examination on receipt of 15. 
out- Nells Polyavoufl, with Blaetrle Bar* 

ner and Rheostat, with take-op com- 

plwte, 930. 

For exumlnattou on receipt of *6. 

BBND FOR MAY BARGAIN I-1SW. 

l.ATICHT NKTH OK HON (A Si, II. KIM. 
Alice, Where Art Thou Going. 
J it*, a Little Rocking Chair and Van. 
Clood Old V. 8* A* ' 

Where the Mwaunoe River Winds 1U 

H livery Way. 
All beautifully colored; only $6.00 per set, with 

music. 
Alto, mil set* at fil.OO per aet and up. 

HAR8TN & CO., 

138 East 1411) SI, Tel. 3812 Gramerc,. 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 

NEVER CLOSED. 



w*~ WANTED, 

A Lady Pianist 

TQ SING ILLUSTRATED SONGS. 

OF i moo AND HTRONO VOICE. A LADY OK 

OOOD APPKARANCK. 

Hlato age. semi photo. State particulars. 

Addr«*aa 

LEBANON DREAMLAND, 
Xiebanon, Pa, 



ARTISTS, 

Take Notice. 

ALL CONTRACTS SI6NED BY ME TO DATE 

FOR THIS SEASON AND NEXT 

WILL STAND GOOD. 

For partieulara and further eontraeta 
apply to KEITH'S UOOKIBTU OKKilE, 
Mt . Jamea Bldg., New York, or to wain 
oft1.ee. Nnw Haven, Conn. AdiUreva all 
commonlcatloiia to H. "I.. POLL 



MED. PERFORMERS 

Wanted that can cliangu often, to utrcugtlien our 
compaulex. Preference Hlven those that play 
Organ. Good and useful people only need apply. 

Organ Players 

That can workou Btage, State salary, when you 
can Join and all you do. All companies woik 
under tops, 

NATUBK'8 KKMKD V CO., I'hlln., Pa. 



SOEIVERY 

AND AtbTHKATKIOAliOOUDU. Hccncry palul«d 
cheaply and quickly. Amateura Bi]p]>llcd. 
0HA8. K. MILLS, 437 W. 41st St., Xcw York Olty. 



At Liberty, Leader (Violin), Trom tone, B. and 0. 

Kxperlcuccd In all hranchca. Can Furai.ili Op 
chestra. J4IIKS HURRAY, 

aSSft W. 3d St., Cnacy Inland, N. Y. 



J. H. L.AIIMIZ, 

HELIADLF: ADVANCE AUKS? fur l_'nn»«« 
or other Hummer Show,, At I.lherty. Ail- 
dress No. 1000 N. Slilli St., I'lilludelphla, I'a. 




Tetlco Notice. 

Edward Renton, having rcHlgned ah mnnnscr 
of our Trnnt Theatre, Montgomery Moses 
has been appointed munugtr. 

FOR AIL BOOKINGS AT THE TRENT THEATRE 

AddtWH ■• ■ 

8. K. IIODCDON, Kollh's lluoklaa Oiler. 
Kl. .luiiios llulldlas, N. Y, V.IIJ. 

THE TRENTON THEATRE BUILDING CO., 

TRENTON, «r. J. 



HUE5LQD 

Alan Heavy Woman. All Hiiininer engagement. 
Must Join hntiiedlaiely. Stale agi 1 , hutirht it mi 
welghL. Addresa C. f). HULLIVAN, Manager 
"Dora Thornc" Co., Empire Theatre, LfVbtOa. 
Malne^ _ -^_ ■ _ , 

HEW VAUDEVILLE THEATRE. 

BELLEVUE PARK, 



IOI.KIIO 
OHIO. 



OPBK8 HimUAV, JUNK ». 

u AV'iKi), K.'iiui'ii Aib, for Lady and Child 
rrn Aiidlatici's, onenlUK dato Hlul later. 

M>TK rhl. I, a lor. Houae, |i!uvlni/ :l a dar: I 
hIidwh ou Htiinlnv. Wrtto or wire i. W. MliCOK- 
MtUK, I'rop.j K. t'. ClirlHto, M«r. Theatre. 



AT LIBERTY, 

STRONG OFFICE WORKER. 

ReglHiered M. 1). In Illinois, Michigan, WIhuousIii, 
WyumltiK, Colorado, California. Positively no 
truiiy.iT or iiln.ttir. PrrccntUKe only. 

W. C. KLI-;U8, (ii-u, Del., UlilcaKo, III. 



WANTED, FOR 

7 



MAN for UOKNKI' and VIOLIN. OIlKsr gooil 
peopli; that double llrarm. For bale, -j-vif:. Hide 
Wull and Maniac. Addreaa 

i. M. BUS BY, Willow Sprliiiw^o^ 

CONTORTIOirioT 

w AN'i'ED AT onck, to Jul n Novelty Oh Oroteniiuo 
Act. Either front or hack hender. Must bo aldo 
todoaplttK. State hulghi, weight and ajre. sea- 
mill's work or longer to right person. CAN USE A 
OOOD AMATEUR. AddrcHfl KDW. ORW), 

No. r:i l-t'urUoni Ave., Chicago, 111. 



Clarionet, B. and 0. 

Baritone to Double Htaftc. Other Mustelans. write. 
OHKSTKHHKNTKIl, l,on|ivlew,Ti'laa. 



YOUNG MAN, 20 (BLIND). • 

BRILLIANT PIANIST, 

VODALIMT A.Nll KN'fBltTAINKK, dealre* Cliiroxe- 
nieut; Now York or vlelnlly. MiKlerato salary. 
Address UDV IIIINTKK, 

cm i' of I rn Speoecr'a Lyceum, 
l:i W. -»\\i 81., New York. 



WANTED, 

Leading and Heavy Man, 

WOMAN 1011 rllAIIACrUIIS, I'lANO I'LAYKII. 
SDMMKK HAI.AUY. TOM II. WALNII, Mult., 
HBNKOA FAI.LH, N. Y. 



WANTED QUICK 

UHAKAOTKIt MAN Willi IDectulllcs, (IKN. BUN. 
MAN, JIJVKSII.K WOMAN earaliln of playloir 
some snllhlTtles I'lANIBT (lualo) why eun douhle. 
Hinte all thst letter. 1 |)uy all. I'roitrainuiea and 
photos, if ijoastole. Useful Itep. I'eo ale, write. 
0. T. JAOKUON, Falrliaok, Iowa. 



Composed, Arranged. 

Call or wrlto. A. K I1CTS1IA It. tvi K. HHh m.. N. Y. 



AT LIBERTY AFTER JUNE 2, DOUBLE BASS 

ANDTUJIA. Exp»ricuce<l, competent and re- 
liable. Addrcnx, TOM A. McALLIH't'ER, tmn'tt 
Bgnj Delivery, l/>K,aiH r orl, ^" ,1 ' 



FOR SALE- 

RemfngtoTi tit). Y 



TYI'KWH.TKHH.gtKHlcondl. 

tlon: L'alagraph %*, Vn.-r ji:,, 
mrngtou tin. KdlRon Universal KluetoHcope 
%W. C. 0, H.. Kohjccl to cxamlnftlkm. WIN- 
('HELL, 207 Baldwin Ave., Jfrnef Cl% ff. i. 

WANTED, MUSICIAN, 

For Band and OrclieHtra. MiiHt join on wire. 
Will buy Bahv Piano. i. li. KWAKFORD, 
vackHou liroN.' HIiuwh, Ulllsbotp, Bridge, N, li. 



B. F. KEITH'S 

THEATRES AND VAUDEVILLE B00KIN8 CIRCUIT. 



KpIHi'm Thentre 

Kelth'a itiiini Theatre.. 

Keith'* Thenlre 

Keith's Thcutro 

Kelth'a New Theatre.... 
Kelth'a Prospect Theatre 

Keith's Theatre 

Kelth'a New Thentre. 
Keith's New Theatre. 
Kelth'H New Theatre^... 
Kelth'x Royal Prlnceaa Thentre. Ixnitiou, Kng. 
Keith & Pi-ut'toT'H Union Ho. Theatre. N. Y. City 
Keith A Proctor's 2:tdHt. Theatru. ,N. Y. City 
Keith & Proctor** nth Ave. 'rhenti-e..N. Y. City 
Keith A IToetorVMth Hi. Theatre. . N. V. City 
Keith A Proctor's l-_»r»tli Ht. 'nieiilre.N.Y. City 
, N.J. 



. .HoAlon. Miihs. 

HurttiMi, Mush. 

. .Providence, It. I. 
. . .Pawtucket. It. 1. 

..Philadelphia. I'll. 

Cleveland, it. 

Coliimhua, t). 

..... Portland, Me. 

.Manchester, N. II. 
. . ItOWflll Mn» 



IDJou Thrnlie Allimtia. I'a. 

Kermin'H Miirylstid Tlieatro. .llitltliuure, Md. 
Khcn'a Theatre. IhilTnh), N T. 



Keith A Proctor's Theatre. .Jerfley City, 

K. I 1 *, Proctor's Theatre Newark, N, 'J. 

V. K, Proctor's Theatre Troy, N. Y. 

r K Proclor's Thertre Allwny, N.'Y. 

Hurry Davis' (irnuilUpora House PIttHburK.Pn 

ChiiHe'ri Tlieulre WHshltiKlon, 1>. C. 

(jraml Opera House .Hyracuse, N. Y. Ilendcrsou's Music Hull.. Coney Islinnl 

AIho tlookliiig for UO I'arka and Hrnalitirr Hvaorla, 
l*crformera vrlll toeaellt flirmarlvea i.y krpplua; IIiIn ottlcv Inlornit'd «f 
tiii-ir riintc mid open lime. 



Hheii's Thentre 

Cook Opera House... 

Temple Thentre. 

H. /,. Poll's Tb-.lt re . . 
H. /,. Pulls Theatre. . 
H. /. Poll's Them re. . 
H. /. PoII'h Theatro. . 
S, /,. Poll's Thentre. . 
s. '/.. roll's Theatre. . 
H. /.. Poll'a Theatre. . . 
n /. Poll's Theatre.. 

Havoy Theatre , 

""it ion In I Theatre 

Empire Thenlre 

I'lmplre Theutre. 

Valentine Thenlre.. . . 

Trent Theatre 

The Hninil... . 



Toronto, Can. 

. . . UtH-lifMl ei , N V. 

Detroit, Mich. 

. . .Worcester, ItaMH, 
. .Springfield, Mass. 
. . .llnrtford, Colin. 
. New Haven, Conn. 
, .llrldgcport, Conn. 
. . Waterlniry, Conn, 
. .Wllkesllitrre. Pa. 
. ..Hcranlon, Pn, 
. . Kill! Itivt'i, Mhn.i. 
. . . Linvrenee, Miirin. 
. . . .Patcranii, N. .1, 
. . . . Ilohokcu, N. .1. 

'IVil.uh., it. 

. . . .Trenton, N. .1. 
.Wheeling. W. \"» 



B. F. KEITH'S BOOKING OFFICES,. St. James Building, 



looklnc IVIaartaajcsr, 
Room. »»3 to 8M It. Jam.. Balldlna;, NKVY VOIIK OITY. 



W/ JX. I>J t m O. FOR 

LAKE BRADY STOCK CO.. 

CHESTER BISHOP, Director, 

USEFUL STOCK PEOPLE 

With specialties. Heavy Man, Juvenile Man, Leading Woman, I'laulit and othen. Thu<« with Hnnnlat 
Uc4 preferred. Twobllla per week. NoHundaya, Hlato all and Iovmihi. HeaMitj ope,.s about June 7. 
Address D. 0. IIAHTMAN, Manager Uko Hrsdy Resort, Kent, Ohio. 



If the .limn Ik II IJHRK— theliinuls ArfiTliDreCApiilogleHtii LK NAIKr. Ofieru (.JaKNfN). 

LE MAIRE and LE MAIRE, 

HHllltl.H I ■IDIKIll I:\TIHIIIIIMV1I1V tl.l. tlllvVl'S OH in K I 17 I II NT., N. V' 



FOR RENT, 

FILMS, MACHINES, 
And SONG SLIDES, 

WITU Oil WITHOUT OPKIIATOIIH. 

I'lllt KN TUB I.OM KIT. 

HARSTIM «c CO., 

138 Cast 14th St.. Tal. 3812 Sramaroy. 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 

ALWAYS OPEN. 



AT LIBERTY AFTEB IDRE 1. 

EDGAR L. POMEBOY 

PIANIST. 

Hlght Reader. Traiispuser, Fakir. Let me hear 
from you, Jake.. 

UKNKRAL DKLIVKRV, Pluiiitx, Art/.. 



Will purchase ONK-HALK INTKICKMT iu a coin 
pauy beaded by h well known Lady HUr, This 
will (tear the Htrlctest invostlgnLion from those 
who wish to more titan double their money ln- 
ychUm! dtirlutr next soasott. In order to settiu my 
hnabaud'H estate- 1 mmLsell at ouoe. Only Ihuso 
who have thn money and wish to do huslne.H* 
address L. O. MHITI1, (ieueral Delivery, New 
York City. 

WMIKll-l'HIIlimr; MKUUIVK COS., 

A No. 1 Lecturers, Doctors, people In all lines who 
cau change for a week. Pianists must rend and 
fake. All must be good oTcMHers and deliver the 
guilds. Write full parlloulara, with lowcU nalar.v. 
Wn pay expenses. No time to wa«te. Incompe- 
tenta, erlnnlCM, hooxcr* and ohuserH, keep awav. 
PRILL! PINK MKD. CO., Cm den City, Kan. 



OOOD CORIT PLAYER 

Kott vnoiiT noon, wantbo: 

JAI'K IIOtT'HAN. WIIITK. AllDIIKHn 

OULHAME, CHASE ft WESTON, 

1370 Broadway, Saw Yark. 



WANTED, FEOHE 18 ALL HIES, 

llBAHATIO and VAUUBVILLK. Must do Al 
HnoclalEIca, and change for week. Alio PIANO 
PLAYER to douhle small parts. Join on wire, 
Address I. tt^KKNNBY. Park Hapjds, Mlnn._ 

•>Afm r»te d Q u I o K , 

Several ,11 'round L'lrotta Performer., Mush lau< 
fur Hand. Los, sure salary, 1/iUK seii.ou. Join 
(ill win. V. T, HUM'S MHOW, Olendalc, Mass. 



Oalolum Gas and t ,« 

ioving Picture Outfit 

Th. Latiit Victory^ 
of SoImm. 



Make Bl| H on • jt 
latsrUlnlng lha Public. 
freitsrtyou.fiirnMhlnfleompisteoutflH 
with ittupls and eipllelt fnitructlon*. 
The Field la Lor go, comprlatof tha 
regulnr theatre anoioctiire circuit, alto 
locn] flehlii In Miiirrfii>», Putilln Hnhools, 
l.otlpri »n.1 i)i'iicr»l ]'iilil|D liithBrinit. 
NotlilnasflordH better opportunities for 

src.%.,. Our Outfit Comarlsts 

tha o. P. co.'a medal. PUM 

OALOIUM CAB OUTFIT, th* 

cranteat oandla powar,tha aafaat 

and moat ooonomlonl aaa-mohlnB 
outflt sverlnventad. w^abtitlaa. 
Slinopllcoj, NOflu Pictin aUdlm, 
Film, tnmi S M % SSSS 

eatertalooienti, Absolutsly the latest 
flimiini] vlewi en thn market, Including 
■II subjecta for the public's flDjorment. 
■'Mil anttrtalnmant aupoly oataloaua aal 
■ PICIAL OrPKIt fully nplalnseYorythlog. • 
mVM PUJECTflQ CO., 2»0>tibin SI., Dot. 207, Caltltf, 



SONG 

iUHHI 60N0" HITS 



* Ht- ' BOIBIIEK, ZIB 

C.,hlB|t ( n8t. 1 CMca|0 



WILL ROSSITER'S 

90 o S.r 8 l00 

lAtoii size ium in m 

BOOKS 

Waotwl, Aledieiiie Performers 

IN AM, LIN'BK; lltitse that fake nruan priifrrii-'l. 
Wrlto or wire lilt. II. w. OLIPTON, llino, III. 



VOCALISTS 

WANTKD, Vaudevlllo Musical Comnanlvs. 
Ooaohlogs anil Oily Appearanues arranged. Call 
KORRKHTKR. 1UT llroadwi.y. 

For Sale, Edison P. M. Slero., 3-8 Inch Reels 

of I'll 111, 'J.ooori. Heroan, (las (lauae, W> fllldcs, Oik 
M.klMI onlltt; lira lot. I lllltliorvlui Ilea, Troupe 
of I Doves. I'llOl'. IIAHIIY HMIfll, (irata, ra 



! 



418 



TI?^ Hf^TW YPBI^ CLIPP-Eff. 



f^tai, 



SEW YORK CITY. 



Keltic* Theatre* fE, F. Itogers, resident 
manager). — Claude ullJIngwnter and com- 
pany. In "A Htrentiotis Proposal," headed too 
UMinl good till] May 28, ami tht* offering wuh 

favorably mMfnL Kmma t'ni-im wins- herself 
Into the lienris of i hi* audience imracdliiiely, 
and retired wltli laurels. Tlu' Fdghl Bed- 
ouln Anilis did some grenl aerolmtle and 
UiniblJug. work, and aroused the audience 
l*i greni excitement. Charlie Uw, always 
welcome,' talked lh his 'dry winner, and 
the .laughs came thick nud fitnt. Brock- 
miiu, Mack nnd Belmont kept matters per- 
turhed In "The Count of Mother'* Account." 
nnd were wuccpHSfitl. Flood Bron, nnd com- 
pany did some clever acrohailc work, mingled 
Willi good comedy. Tlie I lei more Sisters or- 
mm nil excellent v<irnl nnd Instrumental 
turn which grentlv pleased. Mhlo and 
flellly. ■•The Wood Dealer nnd the Kid," 
made |ii---i])le laugh with lhelr clever work: 
Willie nnd Kdllh Hart did wiipe good sing- 
ing and dancing : .Morion, nnd Diamond. In 
-My Brother's deception," won applause ; 
Francis Wood dlfl muni* good hoop mlllng, aud 
Merry Kv.ins. tin- hov sopruno. Hang well. 
The klnelugrnph rinsed I he bin. 

Nnvoy Theatre i Frank McKee,, mann-, 
geri. — The tlrst met ropolltflii |ierforinnitre of 
.'•'tin* ttlrl Patsy," u (our 'art comedy drama, 
by .lane Mnuldln Felgl. occurred evening of 
May I'll, the" thi-ntre reopening after having 
liei-n dark shire April 28. The phi y, which wuh 
given Its '/»emfrre Murrli 1», ut Pnrson'n 
Theatre, Hartford. Conn... hns a mingling of 
the sertoils nnd humorous la H. and teliH of 
the exchange of iwo girls in tlielr rruclles, 
one being or tutor, nnd the oilier of wealthy 

fiarentuge. l'otsy, the rlglitful heiress. Is 
n'oughi up In poverty, nnd Patricia, Hie il- 
legitimate child, In luxury. Tlie latter Is 
engaged to Noel Heritage, hut from the mo- 
ment he meets Pnuy It )h very plain that 
lila heart has strayed, Pnfrlcln Is iilqiied at 
mis, ond elopes with ber supposed fnther'H 
vnler. Mrs. Heritage, who nun engineered 
her roii'h "affair," Ih dumb founded, nnd Judge 
Clifford lien rt broken ni what he Imagines his 
"daughter's" poriMy. Mrs. MtiHseiwhlte, i lie 
fouler uirulier of 1'nisv, coiifesseH lo thejudite 
that Pursy In Ida own daughter, and Fair bin 
her niece, it ud Noel wlnMhr. woman of Ilia heart. 
.Mary llyiiu gnve u thoroughly delightful por- 
trayal of Pntsy, no fiu 1 as iipprechillon was 
concerned, floss lie di> Vans i-nngbt the spirit 
of' the forte ty lender, Mr*. Heritage, nnd 
gsta* n refreshing iierforninnre of the nerenl- 
oily youthful matron, Alice Knowluud wns 
ies|)ouslhle for Hie niajo'r portion of the com- 
edy, through her fxcelieiit drawing of tlie 
rather narrow-minded niatdr>n Indy who, hurt 
"once been cngngc-1. Iiul on Ihe eve of mniri- 
monv her liance cominltted Hiilelde." tirnce 
('nhl)l was licauilfiil to nee. and was the cold, 
ea leu bit I tig Ptiirlcin to Iter ilnal exit.. I'dwlu 
Ki-fttnlr wnn :i hinnly Nm>l. John Morrla, iim 
lite hnlr-llp Jester MtlH«el while, gnve 11 line 
perforinnitce of mi exceedingly dlnW-tilt cluir- 
ueler. Frederick Wuh-hn sPOinwl III ui enao 
In the cluiracler of tlie Judge, til first, hut 
later gave n well mmided perforuuinci-. The 
three neln were very tinndamne, nnd the er- 
feets were well -hnndleit. 'j'he rant : N'm-I 
Heritage. Ifdwlu Hrandi ; Judge Clifford, 
Frederick Wntsmi ;■ John WllkltiM. \V. f'lllllim 
rfnmlltoli: JuH]ier .Mua<ielwlilte. Jolm Morris ; 
Alex. Sanders, Hohi-ri Wagner: Jnd.iou. John 
Hutherlaiid ; WntSiUi, Melville Alexander: 
'rho)U|ison. M. Iv Kedtly : Brmlv. flltTord 
Moye; O'llellly, J. K. Ktivwles ; 'Mr*. Heri- 
tage, Komille He Vifiix ; Minn IMIrlchl Clif- 
ford, llnice I'niilll j Mrs. iMilM«elwhlle, Mark; 
Ilayuen ; MIhh I'riekell, Alice Knowluud : 
Flachle, 01,1 ve llehilne Urlaeo | J'ntay, Alary 
Ryan. Kxeeiitlve Kiaff : John- Templeton, 
mnnuger : Ki-ederiek C. Tonipklna. lniHlneny 
imiifuger: W. J. I'lilnuey, Hinge mnnap-r : 
Walter J, .Moye. RHalalnut Hlagi* innnnger; 
J.ouIh Man Id, eleet rlrln n. 

\ Iclitifii 'I'heiitre, ((Incur llaiiimersleln, 
ntnnngeri.— Tlie night pi'lfliismnw in the 
theatre lien* end Sunday. June :t, nnd on 
'Momlay, 4. the night iJiuwk will, aa In fortuer 
Slimmer KfHKona, lake place on die mof of 
Hie theatre. Arraiigeineiiia hu\ ; e nlrendy Iteen 
perfecle<l fur l lie i rmiKici- of 1 lie n Igh t 
Hbowa, nnd everything is In reudlne** for the 
eliaDge. Tlie iiiallnetN will, aa bernre, con- 
tinue to be given In the theatre. Week of 
May £8 the ju nonce men I offem u atroug bill. 
which will, for the time helug at leant, make 
their patronu forget (be dlncomforta cuuaed 
bv tbe wenther. Trlxle Frlgnnza tnnkea her 
debut, here In nones; Hope Booth and com* 

Rauy appear hi "The hit tie Ulond l.adv ;" 
yan and Ultliileld preHent. tbelr funuleat: 
fnreelei, "Mng ; llaggerty'H HeeeiUlon :" (he 
]On>t>lre OHy Onarlelle nre nL'iiln welcome In 
r-omedy anil mitftt: llonice tioldln N In his 
t-ec-imi mid IuhI week, In IiIh ex|ieri necrn- 
iiNim-y, nnd .Mr. nnd Mra. .llinmle Itnrry, 
Kddle Leonard and c«m|mn.v, the 'I'hree .Mlt- 
chella. Hie KIIIk-NowIIii Trio, and Ihe vita- 
graph. round mil n 1*1 II of niirnctivi* merit. 

A<*n demy m At iim I c (flllmore & Toinp- 
IdtiN. iiiiiimm'i's ■".--!:. II. Solliern, Julia Mar- 
lowe and ramjinuy iH'gnn, May i!M, a four 
weeki" engagement la Shako-oieamin reper- 
tory. The ntK-nlug hilt Monduy nlglit wus 
"Itomeo nnd lullet." In which tlie two Kliirs 
renealed their lonner geml work hi the rile 
rolea, nnd tlie vnrloua iiicintwrH of their mm- 

tiany gnve ihem adeiiaaie minport. Tbe cast : 
Renins, Frnnk Itefcher : Paris, Kdson It. 
Miles; niiuilet. Malcolm Hradley : Montague, 
V. .1. Kelly : ltninco, K. II. Hotiieru • Mor- 
rutlo, l-'rederlck Lewla: Hen vol to. T. 1.. Cole- 
mini ; Tybnlt, l-'red Km ; Friar haurence, 
M'llllam Harris; llnlilinsnr, John, Taylor: 
HitntpNOu. Thomas Ihivls; (iregory. Frederick 
Kaufman: Peter. Howlnnd Ihn-k!itoiie; Abrn- 
lmm, Almna 1*. Peltier; An A|tolliecar,v, Mal- 
-■iiiui Rradley : An (>h1<vr. Henry Kalain: l.ndy 
^lonlague. MlllU'eut Mchnuglilln ; l-mly I'li'm- 
li't, Alice Hiirrlnglou ; .Inllei, Julia Marlowe : 
Nurse, Jlrs, Woodward: 1'nge, Kthel tiray. 
The aame bill will be vou tinned during the 
week. Next week "Much Ada Alsmt No tiling" 
will lie the offering. 

Cttlonlul Ih.Htn- (IVrry (1. Williams. 

finnngei'). — What Is nhnounrml as positively 
he hint npiM-nrnuce in vaudeville of 1,1111. in 
llnsaell, previous to her alnrrlng tour, will 
<iffer Manager William** patrons tit this house 
■ihl* week u opportunity to listen lo the 
prima donna's voi-utl-unx, while admiring her 
charming presence, and Mlstt Itussell's eos- 
-t nmes will, as usual, he esncehilly idenslng to 
the ladv vlKhors. James .). «'nri>ett will also 
uppenl to a large contingent of vaudeville 

I nitrous, who have wlinr(u*ed hit entertiilniini 
II tie playlet, entitled "A Tlilef in (be Night.' 1 
Tbesa two feature numbers will not, bow- 
rver. oversliutlow nor prevent th« enjoyment 
of the excellent arts of Dan Burke and Ids 
School (ilrlK, the Kltahiuira Japanese Troupe 
•if Jugglers, the KntKik.-Minstrela, Tyte and 
.Icrinon. the Fiirrelf-Taylor Trio. Ln \eeu and 
Cross. Sidney (Irani, and the vltngraidi. 

\r«* Vnrlc Tbenlre iKlmv * Krlanger. 
managers). — "Ills Honor. I lie Mayor." n mu> 
Hteal coiuedv. received lis ilrst New York 
offering on \Mtiv W*. A 'review of the per- 
f.irmiince will appear In our next week's 

. ..'urtreiHh Street TtMrtklVr (J- Wesley 
Kosem-uewi. matingeri. — Theodore lirury's 
ci-niiil (Ipern Co., mi nrgiinlxiilloii composed 
of iM'irrin*-* save its llrsl New York iMM'fonu- 
miee evening of Mny "•«. A review of the 
production will appear In our columns next 

J.>'rlc Thenlrr iSimi ft. & I.ee Rhubert. 
inim.'igersi. - Henry K. HUey. la "The Man 
iei the I'oi." hegaii on eugngemeul here on 
J. til y US, before tin nndlence lli»t greatly <••'- 
joved the piny and the work of tbe fllnr. -Mr. 
IHxeV- iierformnuce is now smonllier and 
/mmler than ever, and lie made almost every 
line ■•■•mil for a laugh. Ilia support Is ex- 
<.>li.'in, and the performance Is well worth 
fteeltir. 

riiNiuh (Sam s. .t l>e stniberi, tnana- 
jr.-rru.- •"lh.' Social Whirl" entered Its eighth 
jA'trk Mny 2$. 



Procter'* Fifth Avenne 'theatre ,h\ 

P. .Proctor, manager). TIiIh Is the Inst week 

of the aeaaon here, tin; houao closing for thc. 
Huminer for the flraf. time since Mr. Proctor 
asuumed Its manngement. '"ITie Fatal Wed- 
ding" Is the current week's bill, opening 
•May 'J8, before a good sir-eil matlneif audience. 
Olive Mac Vint played Jessie, "The Little 
Mother," on the afternoon of the opening 
day, and made a derided hit: She enlisted 
sympathy for the chnrncter, nnd acted In* a 
most commendable manner. She. and Kvelyn 
(.'lark will alternate In the character during 
the week. Particularly good work was done 
i\v Louise Randolph os Mabel, the young 
wife. Robert CiimmingM. l/.Mttn Jewel, Herald 
Hrlnlli, A. II. Van Hum) and George Howe-1 
nil scored heavily, Others In tbe company: 
Master Urn, Wright, Remfa l#a Lestlna, Wal- 
lace lOrsklne aud Woller \t. Creeue. In the 
vnndevllle nre: lleji ll^yer. comedy bicyclist 
and unlcycllHt ; Davis mul Wnlker r colored 
performers: Idn 0'l>ny, In Imnjo playing, 
songs nnd stories, and the- tn-xUm piciiires. 
Inirlag the Siiinnier monihs ihe exterior of 
this house will be changed, the present, en- 
trance ou Hroiidwsy being roflde Into a store, 
und the regular Lbeaire .entrance, lielni; 
cluingeit lo Tweaty-elghlh Hlreet. The In- 
terior will he eitenslvoly renovated. The 
I'isi Stindny roiieert of the senson will be held 
June ii. 

Proetor'H Plfty-i-lKhth street Tlie- 
•tr*( If, V. Proctor, mnnngiT). — This week, 
which Is the Inst of Ihe nreseitt Reason nt this 
house, a big bill Ik offered, nud It greatly 
pleased on .May 2H. The house will close for 
I be Summer ut the end of the week. Walter 
Jones und .Mahel lllte, who have n 'lever act, 
mude as big u lilt as they did ut Proctor's 
Twenty-third Street Theatre. Charles: Inward 
Fletcher KM company tiresented his big 
scenic ] i rod net Ion, "A Breeze from the West," 
und the in- 1, which Is uit excellent, one, was 
received with great favor. Others who Mined 
well were: Ye Colonial Septette, Smith and 
Campbell, Herxar's Circus, Norton nnd Nichol- 
son, the Majestic Trio, Ilerllna and Itroek- 
way. and Willie Weston. Tbe motion pic- 
tures continue, 

Sew York Hippodrome (Thompson tt 
Dundy, inn lingers j.-— The Dual week of thla 
season here opened Moudny, May L'S, wiili u 
large niMlleiif-e In utteiidiince. The manuge- 
inem reporl tliat Ihe senson Just ending has 
been nil even more prosperous one than Inst 
season. "The Court of the Uoldcn Conn in Ins," 
which closes "The Society Circus." und nil 
•Ihe other big features ore lieing presented for 
(lie llnnl week, Tliv circus special acts are: 
The l-'lve l.eciisstois, Mnrcellne, Nnlaiina 
Knssl, the Hoes I ids, Four Itlauos. Mnneilo- 
Muraltz Troupe, the dying .Meteors, and the 
Honhalr-Ori'k'ory Tnmpe. 

Atliuiiie (.nriteu | W, Kramer's Sons, 
nwma«ersj. — Treloar and Kdun Tempest. 
Kosillle, eomedleiitie: Harper and ]>esnioud, 
mloreil cuniedy duo: ibe Floods, linlanclng 
ladder; Raymond, gymnast: Ruby (Ion ton. 
In Illustrated songs; moving pictures, ond 
Ibe hnily Orchestra are the nttrncilons for 
this week. 

Pastor's Tlienlre (Tony Pastor, innnn- 

?;erj. — For Decorailon Hay week, ronuneuc* 
ni; Mny -N, ii kuimI hill Is offered. Louise 
Montrose nud lier Auto (llrls pive jm exceed* 
Ingly pretty miislt-nl olferlng. Arthur anil 
Mildred Itoyliiii iikhIu won Well merited ap- 
plause in -Jock mid Jill," the da I my little 
roiiM'dlniui. Newell nnd Nlblo. prime favorites 
hero offered tlielr saxophone, violin and xylo- 
phone ili'l. Tile hovllts went splendidly In 
their nci-oliutle comedy (urn. orlettn and 
Tnylor got lols of hiugbs out of "hooking for 
Miss Curium'." John Is* Clair Juggled well, 
iim usual, nnd scored, Charles II. Ihiiicau 
won out In his character comedy singing act, 
The F.vtitis Trio deservedly wnu iippliiuse III 
n nest offering. The Itowerv Quartette, "the 
four slngtnu kids," held Ihe uttenllou llirongb- 
»ut. Tin 1 Oortloii Rrolhers nlensed 1 wil Ji Ihelr 
soni^s nnd dunces, Carl Hrehnier got lots 
of comedy out of his musical lurn. Ruck 
Hiivysiiii was Hiircessful , as "the, Cowboy," 
ami pleased all. Tlie vllngrnpli was an ex- 
cellent closing iimnher. 

Miner's Kiulilli A Venue Tbent re (Kil- 
win 0. Miner, uuiuiiKer).— ■ For this, the lust 
week of Hie season, Mr. Miner presents .Mi- 
ner's Amerlcuns, » eumpuny which was seen 
here earlier III tbe senson. The house closes 
June 2, lo reopen the latter onrt of August. 

11 1 iut's Bowery Them re (F.dwlu U. 
Miner, manager 1.— The Bohemian Rnrlesouers 
ureseut "A lluhemluii Ueauty,!' Will ii. Ward, 
King und Tremont, All, lluuter nod All, and 
Ida Noctital nud Orpbeum Trio. Chaa. Uuth- 
Inger mid Jnmes Russell, of the house staff, 
bcuciiLed Mny -U. The house closes June 3, 

Timlin Tiienlre (Sidllvnn ft Woods, man- 
ager), — "At Cripple Creek" Is (his week's 
bill. The cast Includes: Mllllceiit F.vnns. us 
Maggie MfhUO! Uoyd A. Sublne, J. Wilson 
Owyer. Collin Vnrrey, Jesse Hnle, H, Scott 
lhitllcy, JiiiIkoii l.unthlll, Maude Mcolt. Hillsy 
Vurrey and Nithle Nnaw. I-:. J. Curpenier Is 
manager; A. (j, Italnhrldge, representiitlve. 
Next week, "In a Woman's Power." 

Iloher's Miisruin (John II. Andersou, 
maiiageri. — t'hlef White Cloud and his in.upe 
oi' North American Indians nre the fen; 
nre atirncthm here this week. Othera'are: 
Murlhii "AViigcnfnhrer, Prof. Newman aud 
Prof. Killer. In Hie theatre the following 
nets are seen: Harriett ami Ocorge Shade, 
Fanny F.veret! und Frank Rogers. 

Detvey I'lieutre (Sulllvuti & Kraua. man- 
agers). — (lark's Runaway lllrla Co. Is the 
attraction here this week. "The Sultan's PI- 
leniina" stnris the show In good shape. In 
tke olio Hie following- appear: Susie Ciif.J- 
wln. Ilert Wiggins, Jlerg Sisters, Rowery 
Newshoya* Qminclte. Tlie house will ejJMrt 
June 2, .Mutinger Kraus lias signed con- 
tracts whereby lids house will play the :il- 
tracllons of tlie Umpire circuit for the next 
leu years. 

Aiiiericun liteutre (J. M. Ward, ninn- 
ngeri. — Ktlwnrd ITnrrlgan and Annie Yea- 
mans, In "Did huvenuer," furnish the ill- 
Irncllon here this week. The cast remains 
Hie same ns wheu they appeared Inst week 
at a downtown house. 

London Theatre (James II. Ciutln, mnu- 
agerl.J— Tlie Hroiuiwnv tJnleiv Rlrls nre pre- 
senting "Cllttorlug Olorlu," with lsila Rig- 
ger In the leading role, and John Weber 
principal comedian. The olio lucludes: The 
Phillips Sisters, .Inek Marshall, the Pan Me 
I,a Trio, John Writer nnd company, Murlo 
and A Ida. in excellent work on the triple 
bnrs: Crowley and Foley, and the moving 
pictures. The house closes June % 

Wolliiek's iMih. Theo. Moss, manager). 
— "The Kiubtirrnssiuent of lllehes" com- 
menced Its ihird week May S, 

llrondtrny Thentrt* (A. W. Dingwall, 
mnnagen. — Klsle Jnnls, In "The Vnuuerblll 
imp." started her twentieth und last week 
May '2H. 

Princes-*! Thcntrr (Henry Miller, innn- 
ogeri. — Heitry Woodruff itegnn hla fourleenth 
week Muv -'8. in "Hrowu of Harvard." 

Hijon ilieoire en, R. Hire, manager). — 
Hnvld Wnrtlr-id started his thirty-ninth and 
Inst week May l!8. In "The Music Muster." 
Ralph Kelhtnl made IiIh llrsl s|ipearunce on 
that date as Reverly Crttger. 

tirnnd i»iieni House (John II. Springer, 
nin linger I, -- "The Chtusman" opened Its sec- 
ond and last week Mny JN. 

Mu Jest le I hen t re (Sam S. A T.ee Slin- 
hert, nmnacers).— l>e Wolf llopper. In "lltin- 
pyland," sturteil his fourth nnd Inst -week 
May •-!«. i \ 

I ; inn tie Then (re (Charles I'rohuian, 
manager). — Mn title Adams, In "Peler Pun." 
ln-giin her thirtieth week and last fortnight 
May 28. 

.for Welter's ihmle Hut! (Jnsenb M, 
W'eher, nmunger).-— "Twiddle Twaddle" com- 
menced Us iwctitv-sceond week Muv 'J8, on 
which date Ntellit Mnyhew made her Ilrst 
nppearauce as a ifienther of the compnnv. The 
one hundred and fiftieth performance was 
cnmmemnrfiled '27i by a dinner In the enfe 
gftar the performance. 



Proctor's Twenty-lhird Street The- 
ntre tt. F. Pxoctor, manager).— Cressy and 
Ihiyne ure on thla ureek's mllf with their 
'latest and fuunleat aketcb, "Town Hall To- 
night," which was is heartily laughed at 
us ever on May 28. Ned Wayburn's big 
■aeenle -art, " Nb lay 1 atoll," Is another big feat- 
ure of Hie bill. It presents Dorothy Jar- 
don, assisted hy eight girls, In three separate 
settings, the first of which, entitled "Mex- 
ico," brings the girts on lu a "nroirle 
schooner." while Miss ,1 union la singing 
The other flcencn are "In Hid Japan") and 
"Unlsyland." All are prettily arranged, and 
the. net In Hi entirety was very pleasing, 
and was heartily applauded. Winona Win- 
ter, a winsome and clever entertulner,. offered 
an act that was diversified and entertaining. 
HIih snag several son as most pleasingly, gave 
n good fmltutlon of Jessie rnutlioul, and fin- 
ished ihe net In whirlwind style by a line 
bit of ventrlloqitlni work, she was forced to 
make a number of l-ows. Lewis Simon. 
finiee (iardner nnd compnnv, In the well 
liked offering, "The New Conchmnn," were 
aa completely satisfactory an of yore, und 
Qiilnkin and Mark did some most agreeable 
.work, ss was shown hy their reception. Tbe 
Alpha Trio scored a success In their hoop 
act, which served to introduce Kugene Adams, 
In some elever Jmop Juggling. Others were: 
The Sharp Brothers, In their capital danclni,' 
specially; KHte Comedy Four, and Camllle 
Trio, hi n clever comedy bar net. The mo- 
tion pictureH continue, 

lleJiisro Thenlre (David llelasco, man- 
ager i. —Blanche Untes commenced her twenty- 
ninth week May ^K, In -The Girl of the 
(iohlen West." 

I.ycruin Tlu'iitre (Daniel Frobraan, 
mannger). — "The I, Ion and the Mouse" began 
lt« twenty-elghili week May 28. 

Hurieiu.— Ai the Har!em Opera House 
(Alex. -rJchl'ensteln. iminager) William .1. 
Kelley nnd hiw worthy stock company are 
presenting "Ihivld tJarrlrk" this week, sup- 
plemeuting II with the balcony scene from 
"Romeo and Juliet." On May 28 the work 
of ,\|r. Kelley nnd Dorothy Donnelly greatly 
pleased the good sized audience present, and 
they fully deserved the favors shown them. 
The current Is tlie last week of the season ot 
this house. 

Wrsv Bsfp TflKAittR (Ceo. A. Blumenlhnl, 
ninnagerl. — The regular season of the house 
closes nt the end of this week. The Russell 
Hi-others are the attraction -this week, and 
on Mny US tlielr offering, "The (treat. Jewel 
Mystery," entertained a big house. Begin- 
ning June 4, (Iporge Oher, the well known 
und clever nclnr, will begin a season In slock, 
offering -, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" as the 
opening hill. 

MktktiPoi.ih (Henry Rosenberg, manager). 
— "Kscapcd I'rom Sing Slug" Is this week's 
bill. Albert Lundo, hi Ihe lending role, evi- 
dently gave satlsfnetlon to a Inrge nndlence 
28. und his engagement should prove a 
proninhle one. ("in Saturday nlglii. June 'j, 
Henry Rosenlierg will cense to manage ihln 
house. Hui-tlg & Sen mon will take posm'ssion 
under a ten years' lease, opening the roof 
gurden, June in, with a Ilrst class bill. Tlie 
policy of Ihe house will remain Ihe snme dur- 
ing next season. • 

Star tlVm. T. Keogh, manager). — "The 
"County Fair" Is the current luTering. with 
Nell Rnrgess In tils fnmous role. A good sized 
nndlence jo'cnily en|oved the play on Hut 
opening night. The house will close after 
this engagement. 

PBOCTOR'h OSR IlflNIlRKP AN11 TtVP.NTV- 
I'lKTir SrmxT TiiK.vriii! (F. l\ Proctor, man- 
ager). — "A Young Wife" Is Ibis **veek'H hill, 
with Misses Morgan, Seotl nnd Deshon, and 
Messrs. McAllister. Norton. Hill. Franklin 
nnd Dowe prominent In Hie cast. Tbe vnnde- 
vllle presents Violet Dnle,- hnrklns nud I'm 
lei-Mon, John he-'Cinlre und motion pictures. 

Amiammia (Percy Williams, manager).^ 
Rill for week of 2R Includes: Vesta Tllley, 
Wilfred Clurke. asslsttsl by Theo. Curew unit 
coniniuiy. Ahble Mitchell nnd her Ten .leasee 
Students. Fight Allison Troupe, Village Choir. 
Haey mul I.ee, rosier nnd his dog, "Mike;" 
Selmii Rrntx, S|mi Hiding and vlragrnph. 

Iliitru: & Sr.A.Mos'M Mrsii- IlAi.t, (Ben 



has secured the lease of tbe Manhattan 
Bench Theatre for the Summer. The opening 
is act for Decoration Day. with Black Pattl 
Troubadours. Pain gives land and water 
nreworka on the lawns Wednesday night, HO, 
and tbe three Saturday nights to, follow. 
Duns and his hand and the big Pnln spectacle 
of'flre, "Vesuvius," open June. 2.1. 

DEW YORK CITY JOTTINfiS. 

Tub Manhattan Biucii Thbatbb, under 

the management of Kdward K. Rice, will in- 



8AN FRANCISCO NOTES. 

At.. die BelflBco Theatre,. New York Tnm 
day afternoon. May 22, officers and men r 
-Ihe-U. 8. battleships lying | U e ,. " 
gave ■ benefit which" netted JuSS Sfft 
San Francisco sufferers. The oerioVLr, 
ttds very meritorious. The aW^dSKS 
with bunting, and It was a gala nrra-ft » * 

An overture by the orchestra of tlie ««* 
which prtTTlded good mtifrte, opened \L nt' 
gramme. F. If. Moscrove, of the Kento?w 
gave a slack wire einlbttlon that SoTES 



ougurate a brief Spring seaacn with the apblaiiM. The. boxlmr bout L Ln ' 

Htack Pattl. Troubadours, on Decoration Day, weights, between C. Kitxenbenrer ,fr , , 1 t " 

matinee and night. 'ITie engagement la limit- Maine, und A. B. Moore, ot the PennVvk-™ * 

ed to five evening performances, closing with f ot three three-minute rounds was ev.-ni • 

ft coucert Sunday evening, June ». Paln'a An original Bong.'Keep on the Tar™ ' T 

llrewnrks will be displayed DecoraUon Dny, Meut. Cotton, and sung by Thomas V,.i. '■' 

also, on Saturday nlglit. June s. man, oiler on the Pennsylvania, allowed ii,« 

ABNOt-o Dai.y -gave n professional matinee " t a win promotion n man must lenrn \\,\ , 

May ^a, at the Lyric Theatre, of "Arms nnd -,hoot nil over the ocean." The dub l«'L 

the Man" nud "How He Med lo Her Hub- | D g of Midshipman h. R. Andermii «? iT 

hand." Missouri, and sleight of hand by F.nWn w 

Bbtuiiton BHA<TU Park will open Decora- g, whitehead, of the Maine was «wSi V 

Hon Dny Instead of May \H\, an originally crew from the Kentucky, under comra,. I .', i \ 

nnnounced. • v Ueut. Doyle, lu the Interior of a gun i ™ 

i IPhk LHW FiRi-na-RitiiRRRT Co.. of New was grouped nhout, engaged in peace/,, I,' 

York, waM Incorporated Mny 2J, with a cnpl- pailons. The signal, "the enemy Is RbrhiMitt 

tollxallnn of #2t).f\<H). The directors are I,ee wa n given, and ammunition wns hoist ni ni 

Shiiliert, J. W. Jacobs, Lew M. .Welds and ^position, the gun crew took Its stand and i 

Charles Fleld». of New York. ■ .operations of londlny and firing the'livi "h \,.\. 

Tub Conbv Nmmj Amitsrmfnt Co. was guns followed. A drill by murines from i 

Incorporated May 23, with «10,0ft0 capital. ,^ e st Virginia, under C'npt. Lay was anoriS 

by Fred C. Tliompson, F. V; Henderson and feature. Other numbers Included sliiirh V 

F. C Boatock. ' • dancing, character sketches, u contortion om 

■Fm» CgHTunr Thkathb Ci.tin entertained and seFectlona by the combined mandolin nl i 

at (.'nrnegle Hall Mny 24. "Whose Fault" and guitar eluhe! As a finale the bauds ntewd 



"Cross Purposes" were presented. 

Ki.i.kv Bkru (Mrs. Robert Cileson) under 
went u double operation at tbe French IIospl- 



Tjie Htir Spangled fanner," ibe nn'rifen., 
rising and joining In the chorus. 
A 1 party »f actors, ■who do not slini !'■.■■ - 
tal, May 24, for appendlcltifl and a floating names, write from Fresno, May 18 as r.. 
kidney. The operation was successful and lows: "We wish to extend our thankt i„ 
she will lie able to play next season. the T. M. A., through vour paper Th/h. 

( 'it Aiti.Ks K. Caixahan, a manager, recently relief station at tbe Dell Theatre, Oakland 



filed a petition la bankruptcy, with Debilities 
of $11,1)72 and assets of ("GO. 

Mary K. Brjnov Hamlin, widow of Fred- 
erick li, Haintin won her suit rb recover the 



iroperty valued at abont ioo.OUO, which Mr. 
Ilnmlin nave- her as n wedding present, nnd 
which she deeded back to him in order to 



finance some projects of his, 

('uaiu.ich A. I!aiu:t, who has been a door 



:al„ fed liundreds of performers who bjuj 
lost everything In tlie disaster. Mrs. Ted 1" 
Box and Kmllie Walt, two performers were 
there early and late, dispensing food :ui«t 
drink to the hungry. We wish toihnnk iIihiI 
alsoj" • . • 

W. F. "Prince" Karl -writes from Berk 
etey, Pal.: "Having 'promised to write ngalo 
:■ that things have taken a lum 



Hiirilu, miinuKer). — This week's hill Includes 
Win. F. Iliiwtrev and coinpuny, Hayea nut 
Johnson, Juck Wilson Trio,- Ray Cox, -Morton, 
Temple and Morton. Chris. Smith nud Two 
Johnsons, Theo Jnllnii, nnd Sylvan and 
O'Neal. A ls>nefil to the treasurer. Louis 
Hnrllg, drew out a crowd Hint parked thin 
house to the doors Sunday, 27, when the 
regular bill was presented, with Ihe addition 
of u host of volunteers, who prolonged Ihn 
show until after mldnlgiii. 

Cotiiam i Sullivan & Kraus, managers). 
— The Hnwery Rurlesnuevs hegnn a return 
engagement, 28. to n house ernwded lo Ihe 
door, and received u big recepllou. Tbe 
show Is full of life und action, mid pleuty 
of good comedy Is Introduced. Next week 
Moonlight Maids. 



Brooklyn. — At the Shuhert (hew Parker, 

iiiaungert llnvld Itelusco presenls Mrs. I^slle 
Curler, In iwo of bis latest successes week of 
Mny 2**, "Adren" being nresented the enrlv 
part of 1 lie week, and "Zazn" the lost half. 
This Is the closing week of tbe house. 

Oui'iiKUM (Percy U. Williams, manager). — 
The Inst week of the vaudeville season, week 
of 28, preseuts : Kddle Foy, the Faya, De- 
light rbirsrh, the Fuurteen Black Hussars, 
Riirnold's dogs nnd cuts, Carlln and Otto, 
Auric Isigweli, Couture nud Gillette, and the 
vltagrnph. 

Stab (Archie If. Kills, manaRer). — "The 
Devil's Punghier" is presented by Scrlbner'8 
Itnr MernhiK (Jlorh's this week, 

,Fou,v (Bennet Wllcon, rannager), — It was 
intended to t-tnse tbe season here 2(5, but 
owing to the Illness of Cbnuncey Olcott's 
mother, Mr. Olrott was compelled to cancel 
his engagement after Wednesday night, 2ii, 
nnd the season here closed on that night. 

Pavton'h (S. S. Allen, manager).— "Over 
the Hills to the Poor House," this week, from 
the pen of R M. Knowles. one of the authors 
of "The Heir to the Wnllubout." "The I-ost 
Paradise" drew big houses week ending 2U. 
Next. "The Dictator." 

Oayety (Jimes Clark, manager). — Fred 
Irwin's lilp Show this week. "The Onlv 
Pebble On the Bench" und "Wives of the 
Sultnn" are the burlesques. The olio: Etna 
Bohin. \V. S. Ilnrvey nnd company, Devlne 
nnd Williams, the Sisters He Fuye, nnd Carl- 
ton nud Terry. The High Rollers had a big 
week; ending 20, 

LvciH"M (Louis Phillips, manager). — "The 
Rowery After Dark," with Ihe full strength 
of the house company, is this week's offering. 
A good week ending 211, with "Fast Lynue," 

LtSA Maul — "The Mountain Torrent." 
Frederic Thompson's latest device, will open 
May ;i(), Otherwise the park Is eomnlele for 
the season. The lynching of nn outlaw has 
been added as the climax of "The Great 
Train Robbery." In 1he free circus are; The 
(IniUlschinlllK. acrobatic comedians; Wolff's 
leaning bounds, Ratlin's troupe of monkeys, 
niKrCouwny's drove ttf trained lunles. Mundy's 
animal show Includes; Unity's bears, Mme. 
Louise's lions, and Mme. Morelll's leopards. 

luiRAMt-A.m — "Creailou" nnd "Tbe Kudof 
the World" are now lu tine ruunlug order. 
Another novelty- In "Pharaoh's Daughter." 
Heronutou Day Is to be celebrated wiili 
sneelnltv features on Ihe Hippodrome track. 
Work Is progressing rapidly on the "San 
Francisco Spcrtncjp, the new big show. 

Rostock's Aximai, Arkna Ik more popular 
Hut u ever, nnd Li one nf tbe greatest ntirni'- 
ilons on the Island. Many tmvelllrs have 
been ndtled. 

llKNPEttRON'S, CONRV INLAND. — Hill Week 

of Mny 2R: Kurt Is and Rus-te, .losle Anto- 
it ell e. Klmhnll nnd Honnvan, ('rnwfnrd and 
llPlixtunn, Zauovns. Tom Moore. Ln Rows, 
Thomas nnd PAyne, Durnnd Trio, May Rvnns, 
Ciirllhle's animals. Royal MuWcnl Five. Dlsle 
Seremii|ern and l'lve Roinnnos 
AT Manhattan Bi:ai;h. — Kdward R Rice 



tv-ihlnl Street Then t re, will retire to privnto have commenced cither 
life nt the close of Miss Adams' season there. erecting on tlielr " 

Tin: Akkiai. (iAnm:xs, over tbe New Am* 
slerdaui Theatre, have lieen redecorated 
throughout since last season, nnd many Im- 
provements have been made. They will open 
June -I, with Hen. M. Cohan, In "Tlie Onver- 
nor's Sou." I 

•Urns La Pamh will design the memorial 
window to Men. U. II, (Hlbert, which Is to be 
placed In the ltloomlngdale Reformed Church. 

Thkatrt-'s c'lohrp aiik : The Knickerbocker, 
Maiilinttnu, Miul**ou. (inrrlck, New Anister- 
dnni. (hirden, Dalv's. MadlHon Square, P'lelds', 
Herald Hmuire. Criterion, Liberty, Murray 
Hill. Third Avenue, Ynrkvtlle, Irving Place 
and Circle. 



DEATHS IN TUB PHOFRNSION. 



wlll stale ... 
man nt the Kmnlre Theatre since Its opening r,,r the better, the'optimlsm nnd fortitude or 
nlglit, and prevbuw to Hint was at the Twen- ihe people being amazing, for the majority 

**"' either .clearing, planning or 
former sltea. The eiminip- 
ments ln.<iolden (late Park nnd the rtrtatu 
pnuares and pluces and. comfortably lilted 
with good sanitary appliances. Those wlm 
have houses- standing have erected smuii 
shacks In tbe gutters, fearing to Rfoy within 
doori. lly the way. we had another ipilie 
severe trembler the J7th lust., nr 8.20 p ji 
Junr a month since the fatal oue. Tin' Sym- 

fihony Student On-bestra, under dtiwtfen of 
»r, Wolle, nave the sixth and last concert nr 
the Barto* Muv 15, nr the Creek Theatre 
with ih*» wenther fine and the audience iim* 
nnd enthtisiaatic. The grndiiation ejerrls*-s 
were given with great dlgnllv 1(1. Sui-hIi 
Bernhardt gnve "Phedre" 17, nnd stated tliut 
i;be had never before been so inspired. The 
Hawulbtn unlive band will give u series nf 
concerts ot the (Ireek Theatre shortly." 

Snmuel n. Simmons, Inte master ma- 
chinist of Hie Tlvoll Opera House. Snn p'raii- 
clsco. writes: "As I linve heanl mnny ru- 
mors from New York stating Hint instil 
members of the theatrical profession were 
suffering from neglect, etc.. I feel II my 
duty to drop you n line, giving vou a hrle'r 
Etta lenient of factK anent the same. Of 
course, there nre mnny actors and member* 
of the profession who lost their alt In tbe 

r whs more lo IffrtWl Are Hint destroyed our dear cltv nf 
' wSm im wns Ron Francisco, but thanks to our good nelgli- 

t to the oBDitai ,,orf, flml SHfrn friends, who » willingly, 

Helt here's Inst I- Promptly and liberally responded to Ihe rill 
for nlrl. their Immediate sufferings were alle- 
vlnled as well ns could be expected under tin* 
terrible circumstances. I have been con- 
nected with the theatrical business In Snii 
Francisco for Ihe post seventeen yearn, 
which lias enabled me to know most all lis 
members, and. being on two different relief 
committees for thiee weeks. I was brought 
constantly la contact with the show people. 
I also wish to Inform you that great credit 
Is dun Itnrry J. Ijisk, your correspondent, 
for his mnny kind acts toward Ihe members 
of the profession. Mr. Leak Is secretory of 
the MfiRonlc relief committee In Han Fran- 
cisco, and I know personally ihot he hns 
done everything in his power In the way of 
assisting nnd. aiding professionals lutlfsfreK 
such ns finding them food, shelter, ete., nnd 
In mnny rases furnishing transportation nn 
his own responsibility. ■ I do nor wish lo 
Infer Unit no further aid Is needed, but 
merely wish to state facts as they are nod 
have been. All the theatres In Oakland nre 
opened, nnd playing to capacity, and In the 
course of two weeks It Is expected Dial then 1 
will be same six or more tent- theatres run- 
ning In Sinn Francisco." 



llenrlk llisen. 

Hem-Ik Ihsen, the 'dramatist, died on tbn 

murium; of Wednesday, May u:l, at Chrlsti- 
nuln,. Norwiiy, from an apoplectic stroke. He 
wnu burn Moreh ^0, tfi^S, ul Sklen, Norway, 
Ihe son of a well-to-do merchant. When he 
wns eight years old his father suffered 
losses* and from flint time on young Ibsen 
had i o -work for his living. When fifteen 
yenrs.of uge he was apprenticed to an npotbe- 
cury, lint llleratiire, bowevei 
Ibsen's tnsre than medicine, 
twenty-two years old be went 
and after u few mouths In Heliberg'-. .. 
mte. passed his exaraluatlou for the uni- 
versity. At. Clirlstlaulu he met UJornson and 
others. At that lime Ibseu had written a 
gowt deal of verse. During the revolutionary 
movement of 1 8-1 S he produced twelve tlerv 
sonnets, and also wrote his ilrst ptnv ot this 
period. It was eutltled "Cataline," and 'was 
a defense of that famous conspirator. The 
phiy was published under a pseudonym, 
lbscn might have ended his career ns a pby- 
sbrlan hud not a play by lilui beeu produced 
nt t'hi'lstlanln Jnsi us he was about to enter 
tbe uulvernlty. It was called "The Hero's 
Mound," and met with u most eucouroglbg 
reception. Hise-n then definitely determined 
on a literary career. He was soon appointed, 
through the Interest of his friend, Ole, Bull, 
the famous violinist, stage manager at the 
Bergen Theatre, lie remained in Rergen 
seven years, mid In 1857 was appointed 
urtlstlc director , nt. the Norwegian Theatre 
at ChrlKtionln, In place of RJnrnaon. In 18(14, 
his llnnnclnl <-oudltion linvlug Improved by 
the grunt of nu ullowunec by the Storthing. 
Ibsen left Cbrlstlonlu. nnd for many years 
resided lu Home, lai-hln, und other places, 
but chiefly in Dresden and Munich, producing 
on an uvenigo a tlrnma every two years, It 
wns nt Iscliln that he wrote "Peer Uynt." 
Ibsen continued to live abroad until about 
ten-years ngo, when he returned to and 
Botlled down In Chrlstluulo. His works In- 
clude : Historical and legendary dramas, 
chiefly In prose — ■'Cataline," "Dame Infer of 
Oestruat." "The Feast' of Solbaug" (a his- 
torical play of the fourteenth century), "Tlie 
Warriors of Helgeland" (a version of the 
Volsunga Sngn), "The Pretenders" (dealing 
with twelfth century Norwegian history), 
and "Kmperor ond Hnllleon." Dramatic 
poems — "Love'a Comedy," "Mrnnd" nnd "Peer 
(Jyut." Social tlrumtis — "Tbe Young Men's 

League," "The Pillars of Society, 

House; or,_Nora." "fitiosts," " 
Society," 



4» » 



ILLINOIS. 

Deeitlnr. — At Power's Grand (J. V, filven, 
monat'er) the senson cloned May 1-, with 
"Julie Bonlsm." • 

Buot; (A. Slgfrled, manager).— BUI for 
week of 21 : Fontinelll, Bonnie Gaylord, Fred 
and Annie Pelot.i Howard and Linder. Lena 
Ilitrtt, In illustrated songs, and the klno- 
drome, Big business rules. 

■mUMbAND Park (J. F. Olven, mnnngerl. 
— This park opened the regular senson "u, 
with ihe Cosmopolitan Carnival Coinpany'o 
A Doll's u t tract Ions, Introducing : Mvsterlous Kdmt. 
An 'Enemy of 'be Goulds, the Elllses, Sid, the human snake ; 
'The Wild Duck," "Hosmeraholm." Sykes. the barrel Jumper; Scotty, piper, nnd 
"The Lady of the Sea." "Heddu Uabler." the moving pictures, Good business ruled. 
"The Master Builder," "John Gabriel Bork- Nothn. — The Mundy-Whltnev Cnruival 
man," "Little Eyoli" nnd "When- We Dead Shows drew lnrge crowds to CobscII's ground* 

Awake." After "Wheu We Dead Awake" -1 and week Elks' convention, 32-H 

Ibsen wrote no more plays. In 1858 be mnr- brought many visitors, and the parade, '-lit, 
rled a IflH Tborscn, 7 of Bergen, and leaves was said to be the best ever seen In the city, 
oue son, Dr. Htgunrd llwen, who In 18111! The local lodge entertained vlBitlng brothers 
married tbe eldest daughter of Blornstjenie nnd lady friends lu the dance pavilion at 
BJornaon, tlie Norwegian poet. Ibsen is lo Dreamland, 24, 



have a state funeral, which will be held ou 
Mny :n. > 

Habiiv Carlos Dibtz, of the well known 
vaudeville team, Deets and Don, died in 
IjM Angeles, CnL. on Mnv 4, from consumi)- 
tlon. lie was born nt llnltlmore, Md., in 
18li:i. and made his tlrst Htnge appeavance at 
Ford'H Theatre, lii.lils native city. During 
bin career be had adpeared with the follow- 
ing nitrnctlnns; Lyilln Thoinjiaou, "Two Old 
Cronies," "Aunt Bridget's Baby." three vears 
Willi tbe KlinhflU- Opera Company, and Moore 
A Biirgens' MlnntreU. He had made a torn* 
In F.nghiud. opening In Ismdoii, and for tbe 
last ten years appeared with bis wife. Lulu 

Don. tn vaudeville, under the llrm name of -- 

l>eets and Don. The team uppeured lu all Mil. Clio». herry and Huldn Halvers, drlff 
Ihe leading theatres of Kuglnnd und Amprh-n. Bros., Km lly Bcnner, and the eameragrnph. 
Both Mr, Dleiz anil his wife were about -lo Stau (J. B. 'riinranson, munagor).— Bn«- 
atart Tor New \ork CHy -wlien'lie wuh tnken ness was satisfactory 21-2(1. Tbe bill In- 
Hick, and nfler n four days* Illness passed eluded : Jennie Del mar. Frankford, I-nurl BM 



Canton.— At the Grand (F. B. PowelWfc 

manuger) moving pictures of San Pronclocn 
Hre, May ill, ih-ew two good bouses. The 
bouse will probably play a few more show* 
this season,' - 

«^4 . 

GEORGIA, 

Atlanta.— At the Casino (Jake Well". 
mnnnKer)-,- Ponce De Leon Park, aotwlih- 
sinndlng the very cool weather, Ihouaand" 



were nt the opening; of Ponce De Leon Park. 
Mtiy 21. The Casino received liberal Mb 
roaoge the entire week. The bill Included: 



Kitty Trnitev, Phll-Stratt. Dorsch and Bit"; 



He was hurled at Bosedale Cemetery, 
lxi» Angelen, under the auspices of the Ulka 
and Ihigles of which orders lie was a mem- 
ber. Ills wire survives hlni. 

John J. .iKXMiNnn, better kuown ns "Stub" 
Jennings, fur forly years n while tent per- 
former, died at his home In Harrlsbnrg.Pu., 
May 'iM, after an Illness lhat lusted nearly n 
year, and stnrtcd during hl<t hint 'engagement 
with the Rlngllnrz llrotfiers' circus, nt Bolll- 



Krankford, Ornce Frniicls. Mnrlyne Sisters 
Cliis. Mndley, Florence Moore, flforgh 
Thomns, Lillian May, II. Hnrrlgnn, m, '• 
Jordtm, Curl Copeland, W. '/.. BOfOra iaa 
moving pictures. • 

*• — 

Auftnuta.— Miles ' BroH.' Snn Frnncis.n 
films were shown here 21-2A- out of doors. 
nt Lake View Park, to large crowrtH.. • ■ ■ ■ 

■a "Mil" ""«*" Tn»."i^ ? ■■»■,», «, ,mj.,i- The new Summer llieatrn nt Luke View I tint 

of "«» l'n.i Li ^ wn \»'*fy-™*T*ars Is about completed, nnd will be opeii«l for 
of age. n.nd . was known ns the Iron Jawed ihn Hemma June * 



V. D. Perucbl and 



HfflF.iS I"" 1 '*" !", r ""* •".*■>» <l'P»rtnrtit« Irwin, who . wn» " r ™°".lr!°'», muna'ger Mjj 
Willi Ihp rlrciw. Up mnrlPd with II o CVBl-leii r,J" Tlii .iVjJt r« Mman 5 m nuv lii' ■"«'" 

s i,r 7,". r 8 '7 i^ hwx ' aff '"" 4 ^ btBH* r °°" " ,r * £ " ,ur 0T " 



JUNt? 2. 



THE NEW YORK OL.IPPEB. 



419 



misceiianem. 

ItOSrKH AND NoTKS KIWM THK llATcliftUPEll 
i.\|l NoKtON MOVIKO PU'TUUH CO.— Thlp 

company Is playing the small cities and town* 
In Northern New Vork. Wo opened at Still- 
water, N. V., May 7, nnd played » return 
oiteageuicnt 'JL Our roster : Halcheldcr and 
Norton. managers: Hert .1. Norton. business 
manager; Ilnrrj Batchelder. electrician: Bert 
French, anlai director, mid Oec-rgc Batcbel- 
iIit props. Bessie Ward Is ^Introducing the 
Illustrated songs In a very pleading wanner. 
Tin; Clipper, ft always a welcome visitor on 
Vmodfe ■' , . . .. ' , M J 

XOIES FROM Ufth A. VOX 8 F-AHOIH I'USNI 
FBLI.OWS AND COLOSSAL COKCGRT L'AKNIVAL. 

\Ve opened <u Maine, May 14, and despite 

the very unfavorable weather we were obliged 
to add thirty feet to our already big teat. 
The show la giving great satisfaction, and 
will bear good fruit In future seasons. Our 
Fix horse band wagon wad sold to Harry 
Woodward laBt week, and we are now using 
vii r new eight scat automobile tiand chariot. 
The show Is now owned by a stock compuny. 
T. II. UCyQolds having purehaned one-third 
Interest, and lie acts aa treasurer with the 
show. Geo. A. Fox is general business mini- 
agcr. The company consists of twenty-eight 
well sathtfied people, with baud und orchestra. 
M a hut, t tie famous horse, is especially en- 
aged week of Mny 21-28, fur the Plalnfield, 
cw Jersey, Cnrnlvol. 

N'OTKH TItriM TUB Bit AUK N KNTKKTAINMKNT. 

— We closed an eight months' season Sntnr- 
dav, May i'.», at Hweedland, F«. Durlug the 
nesson the business wan exceptionally good, 
having lind only one losing night, AVe open 
rur tenting season at Will lams town, N. J., 



B 



May 20 
Rut 



sTKtt ok l>u. !■'. C. Hollow-ay's Big Mrh- 
h: i sb .Co. : Dr. F. C. Holloway. proprietor; 
J. 11. Hart, ninnagcr: ]■;. flay Klllott. stage 
uiimuger and charge of performers. We have 
pluveoto successful business nil season In 
opera honses. but will opeu under canvas 
about June 12, carrying a top 80x40. The 
hand consists of twelve people, under dlrec- 
I Ion of C\ Shaw. Company consists of thirty- 
live people, with band and orchestra. 

N'OTtia t'liuii Dii. Li;.sTKH'ri CO.-rJust fin- 
ished my seventeenth week without a lay-off. 
Business has been fair. \V« carry eight peo- 
ple and canicragraph. Open uoder canvas 
May -til,, with the following people: The 
Macks, Blllle Coburn, Harry Harper. Dlllle 
nud ,JiOtMe De Mllle, myself tuid family, and 
a few addition*. . 

Frank Mills left the advance of the Paw- 
nee Dill Show, at Koine. N. \'„ to jolu the 
Walty Sisters Show, to take Ihc sung book?. 

Phksckllk, hypnotist, and lOdnu A. May 
Magooa have returned to their home ut Bar- 
ton, Vt., where they will aptrnd the Summer. 

I.arke ahi> Adams arc with Talbot's Fight- 
ing the Flames Co., indefinitely. 

Manager' Jakh Kosenthai,, who recently 
closed a most prosperous season at the Bijou 
Theatre, Dubuque, la., hak a picture show 
out. playing the smaller cities of that State, 
mid fit meeting with great success. The San 
Francisco earthquake and lire picture* are 
featured with his show. Harney Rosenthal 
la the traveling mnuuger of this .show. A 
liouciit performance, for the San Francisco 
sufferers w«n given reccnlly at ilic BIJou 
Theatre, by Manager Itosentbal, aud a neat 
sum was realized, which was Immediately 
sent to the coast city. 

Mli.i;. Bkaciiakd, novelty globe performer, 
nnil his assistant, "opened week of June -I, 
wltli II., W. Wright's Carnival Co,, at Kvnus- 
vllle, hid., and met with Instantaneous suc- 
eew. 

Under m Ccm$, 

ClliH> IIl'Nni.nu Rut writes: "1 have Jtist 
returned -lo New York, huvlug been in San 
Francisco during the earthquake there. 1 
have signed with Happy Dick Turner's Silver 
Piute Show, with which I was connected two 
seasons ago. The ahow Is composed of the 
following people: Happy Dick Turner, pro- 
prietor: J. A. I>a Ceutra, manager: Sadie 
Turner, souhretie : Daisy Turner, contortion- 
ist ami dancer: Porter und Puinicr. singers 
and duncers; Chns. Mclnel, Dutch comedian 
und piuno player: ha Ceutm and I.a Hue, 
mimical act : Pearl Hubbert, Edith Turner, 
Wm O. Huulrea, Chief Dunning Elk, Indian 
ulhlele, jnui l». B. Cote, properties. Uappy 
Dick Is touring the principal Summer resorts 
this season. Everything la -brand new, ln- 
iluillug the big top. Dick Turner celebrated 
his nfty-slxth blrlhduy May 18. and the boys 
jind girls did nut forget him hi the way of 
presents. After the show we all participated 
lu a clam bake, when soaga aud toasts 
rrigued Hverybody Is "happy und Old Re- 
l.Lliti.B reaches us every week." 

NuTJM J'nou tub Uiikat Waunhk Show. — 
We opened our season under canvas .May IP, 
and the llrst performance went without a 
liltch. The show this yonr is larger aud we 
carry more people thiin last season. Will 
piny -the larger towim and ellles In Wisconsin 
mid Illinois. We curry twenty people, a 
troupe of dogs and two Shetland ixiiiles. Wo 
have ii ilni' outllt, and will do everything In 
our power to make this one of the best little 
shows on I ho rood, 

.Know Al. l<\ WjiKKr.Kn'H New Monet. 
Shows, — fine wciuiier, big buslucsa and 
every deiiarlraent running us smoothly as 
clock work. Is the plensiug report for the 
three opening weeks of the Hesson with the 
^ew Model, All stands In Massachusetts 
proved big winners, and New Hsinpshlre 
opened up big. At Orange and Wluchendon 
largo crowds were turned away. At. the 
night performances at the latter place Prof. 
I'crrino was severely Injured by the large 
lioness. Spitfire, but he missed only one per- 
loriiiaiice. Our \ ring performance I« the 
Kirongi'8i ever carried by- the New Model, and 
the Annex, under the niMiKKciacut of Prof. 
n III T. Miller, always sends them out pleased. 
BiislpuKs In KIb department has been big. We 
carry a baud or fourteen men.- featuring a 
select musical programme. Assistant Mana- 
ger Adam Gillespie linn lieeu III for the past 
week, but expects to Ik> In harness ugalu In s 
few days. Kd. H. Bell, superintendent of 
privileges, has Just added u, new wngou for 
bis outfit. 

A. 0. oncurr, busiDOss manager of I-'inn & 
Cik's New United Shows, writes: "We opened 
our aeusou ut Huoslck halls, May in. 1j. and 
packed them to the ring hank both nights. 
Col. Finn la an Ulk. and his- fellow members 
turned out In a body to give hlin a *ood 
Bend-off. We are si Hi doing; n tdg business. 
We are carry lug lift/ iiconre, all told. Col. 
Thou. I* Klun Is sole owner und manager; 
A. C. Orctttt, business manHger: Chns. Coons, 
leader of hand and orchestra ; Oeo. 10. Picker- 
ing, general agent : Edwin P. Went worth, 
charge of second wagon : Mr. Gordon, in 
charge side show; .terry Ncwnjnn, manager 
concert ; Dill Jtreuuch, busn <.>u»vus mam with 
eight aHalatant»: John Smith, boss hostler, 
Mill len nssiKtsnts; Skip Mathews, lu ehnrge 
of cook house, with four utisWiants. AM are 
well, and Ihc hoys get Tiie Oi.n Hi:maulb 
every week:" 

UN*, f, IiotuiH. formerly of lti^bbR uud 
Ptrnell. writes that lie is In M way connect- 
eduilh Bngmm Billot Powell, but lias jollied 
hands with RID Clemcnls. and the learn will 
lie known as Hubbs and Clciniiro, doing a 
black face act In the concert. sIho clowning 
In the big ahow with Rlngling BroB. 

Al. G. and Mazir BKLKonn arc In their 
alxth week with the Frank A. Itobblnn Circus, 
the feature in the concert. 

Notes fhom Paull liaos.' Show. — We ura 
In our uftn week unuer canvas. The weather 
has been very had, and business was only 
fair. Rosier renmlus thu same, with one 
exception. Master Jiituei hyne joined ut 
IVeiv CoblIc, to slug llludtruled songs. 



Notks mux WAHiinniN* A D'Ai.MA'a 
Tii.MXKn Animal shows.— The executive 
aialf has been chanced since the opening, 
ftnorge Crauirrc has taken charge of the ad- 
vance forces with a cdrps of seven assistants. 
Business Is al the top notch, While st Ml. 
\prnon. X. Y„ tlie crowd was so large that 
when I be window was opened far tho even- 
ing's nnle the wagon was loosened from its 
anchorage flnd "overt timed an Its side, much 
lo the dUcomrorl of Treasurer Brownlee and 
his nsslBiant. Jack Fellow, who was on the 
inside of the wngou export tilatlng with ihe 
eager crowd. The ramp wan exploded and 
net ftre to quite a bunch of greenbacks, and 
now Mnnnger Waahliurn is negotiating with 
the Treasury Department in un effort to get 
them redeemed. In the excitement the silver 
III scrambled for bv the mischievous hoys. 
Jack Fellow was scut to the hospital suffering 
from numerous painful burns and bruises, hue 
It Is hoped that u few weeks will find 
him on deck ngalu. Treasurer Brownlee 
Ih nursing mnny bruises, but is still able to 
gather In the golden dollars and says he 
hopes they will continue lb ronie In the same 
number nil aeasou. D. t}, Msrkell Is working 
on a new elephant act. which he says will 
eclipse anything ever attempted In this 
country, and will he able to put It before the 
public In four week* mure, 'Hie pig and 
goose circus la proving quite a kucccbs. and 
affords no end of nmusemeni for the children. 
The Livingston Family of acrobats were vlslt- 
or* while playing South Xorwalk. Every- 
thing Is moving along with clock tike pre- 
cision, aud all look forward to « very pros- 
perous season through New Knglaud. 

Tub DrNBM.N TnutiPE. well known 'cyclists 
la Loudon and Kurope. are meeting with 
incut success at Ihe Forepattgh & Hells Bros.' 
Shows. 

ItosrL'h or advertising enr No. 1, of the 
flrent MIs-KIolo bliows. Consolidated: Ralph 
Itoot, i-ar iiirttugo]' ; II. M. Mason, boss bill 
poster: II. Iie.irl, assistant boss hill poster; 
II. Johnson, charge of lithographs: II. Slji- 
ler, nssistnnt lithographer: Kid Molir, charge 



of banners ; C. Berg. K. Itlppon, J. Morton, 
& Hopper, A. Turrell. C. Guy, T. Rolg, H. 
Hurst, Slim Tlustev. .1. McDonald, II. Mtan- 



ford and J.- Morehead, bill posters ; E. Jones, 
progn:mmcr; C. While, porter. 

NOTKH VKOM TUB CAJIl'DELL BllftS.' SHOWR. 

—K very thing is progressing very nicely, aad 
si or l' oiir opening, nt Falrbury, Neb., April 
L't>. we have hud good business and splendid 
weather, with only one rainy day -and one 
or two windy ones. We are offering a splen- 
did performance Ibis season. Chief among 
the features are : The Florence Troupe of 
Acrobats, the Nichols Family, wire expertH : 
Mlzuno Troupe of .laps, the Four (iruceful 
Grohs, Cecil Lownnde, A. HI. Davenport and 
many others. 

Tin: Sunsatioxat, Boisbs, In their cast- 
ing act, report auccess with the Great Wal- 
lace Show. 

A.NGKi.r. F. AnMlttAJ/li Is with the Harris 
Nickel Tlale Show, In the capacity ot hand 
leader. 

Art Adair Is en tvv tc with the Great Wal- 
lace Shows. I 

Uaudcville and minstrel. 

II. II. Kttllimi, the London representative 
o: Keith's enierprlses. sails for Europe June 
1. Mr. FntlsT Is well known and well liked 
bolh here and ohioiid, and he carries with 
him our best wishes. 

Tuu BHKHriT TO J'Mil* Mb'l.LL.v, the sou g 
writer, will be held ut the Novelty Theatre, 
Drooklyu, N. V., ou Sunday evening, June it, 
He Is in great need, und all his friends are 
requested to he ou hand. 

I-'hank Buvkulv, of Jtcvci'Iy nutl Danvers, 
writes: "We have been In America from 
Ansiralia Hve years. America Is a very 
kind and Indulgent country. I would like 
to say a word lor the Sullivan. & ConBldlnc 
circuit. We are In our ninth month, and 
liavc been I real mi right royally by the man- 
agers of the various theutres (without one 
excepiton), and by the press and the public. 
The Western agentu arc alt that can be 
desired, conscientious and attentive. Cbas. 
U't-av, ut headquarters, looks after you finely, 
so does Archie Levy, at San Francisco. We 
me now about lo be placed under Chris O. 
Browu, ot Chicago, and If what (be perform- 
ers tell us about him is true, then we can 
look 'forward lo a still further good time. We 
have bought a beautiful home ou l-uke Wash- 
ington, Seattle, which proves wbut we think 
of America. We are playing Helena ibis 
week, uud Untie next week. Vt'l«h wo could 
get Thk Old Ukmablk by wireless telegraphy 
each week, It would not he any too quick. 

Tub Qpakha Cli*y Quaiitbttb, Harry Xr* 
nest, manager. cIokci! a two years' engage- 
ment st Ht. Louis, May «, with Al. G. Field's 
Minstrels, and are now playing tho Keith 
circuit. John Heaty Is the comedian of tho 
quartette. 

Madu>: Davtkll bus closed twenty-two suc- 
cessful weeks In the l<\indly theatres through 
tbo middle West, and ha* returned. Bust to 
open at parks lo the New Kngland States. 

FUBU'K C. SCIIANOBIIUKII, bUBlnesS IUUIU1- 

ger of the Maryland Theatre, hss leaned 
Klertrlc I'ark trout iMessra. C'raln &, Heishey, 
who reccutly purchased It under the mortgage 
on the Park Company, and will convert It 
Into a high cIuhs amusement resort, where 
the very best atlrautlons, such as lmve made 
the reputation of Luna i'ark aud Dreamland, 
at Coney Island, will be presenied, und where 
the very best people will be catered to. The 
lease is fur ten vears. and Mr. Hchanberger 
propose* to build up Die park from year to 
year until It will rival the great resorts of 
the other loading cities. 

Kpuik U'Buikn, of O'Jtiien uud West, who 
have been playing an extended engagement 
at Fischer** Theatre. Los Angeles, L'af., was 
removed to the Sisters' liospltul. of that city, 
to be operated upon for appendicitis, 

.\i.n..i [--ROM IllLLV KUUHANU'H Fa ill) US 

Minhtiii'.i.s. — We closed a vrrywueeessful sea- 
son at the Imiicrlsl Theatre, St. Louis, Mo., 
May 18, ufler a season of ovey forty weeks, 
during which time It bus covered thirty- 
eight Slates. Have been through n yellow 
fever epidemic In the South and the coal 
Kl rlke In I'enasylvanln, but lost only two. 
dates on account of Iwlug lied up lu a yel- 
low fever quarantine ramp. Next season ibis 
attracttou will tour Die I'aclfk const, playing 
all the larger cities In the West, aud no ex- 
pense is being spared lo make it the largest 
and graudest attraction of Its kind. 1'rof. 
James s. Lacy'a Challenge Cornet Band will 
still be with us, ns this band Is the best col- 
ored, mluntrel baud in America. Geo. L. bat- 
ton, who has been In advance the past season, 
will direct and uisnuge Ihe tour, and we look 
forward to the beat season In our career. 

Tub Ouo. ii. Adams Amerlcnn Puotomlme 
and Vaudeville Co., under the mnnugement of 
A. h, Snvllte. has been booked solid by Harry 
A. I In mi . over the Maun circuit of parks. 

May Muorb Vvpuk?. writes from Birming- 
ham, under dale' of Mny 'J: "I leave 
for South Africa June I. for a three months' 
engagement, accompanied by my mother. 
This will be my second visit iberp- I re- 
turn In time to play a Christmas engagement 
In Belfast, Ire., a priiiL-lna) Dutch diameter 
part, especially written for me to appear as 
a star. The pantomime will he 'Mother 
Goose,* and my part Urelchen. I hope to 
visit America next Summer for a holiday." 

HoLHBH Aim WAUMHI were called to their 
home In Toledo, O., bv the sudden death of 
Mrs. Holmes 1 fnther, Jamen .Vary, who died 
Tuesday morning. May 1G, from heart fullure, 
ago! sixty-three. Iuierioeut oceured Thurs- 
day, nt Calvary Cemetery, Toledo. 

UKobuu Walmci:, formerly or the Brook- 
lyn Comedy Trio, has Joined hands with 
Amelia Ogrieu, souhretie. The team will he 
known as Wallace aud Dgden, und will pre> 
ttcut their now act; "Tim Uuu Actor." 



lUnnr A. Buown writes: "1 have added 
Miss Do Lores to my net. Mla» De Loret 
will sing for my cartoon work. The act: la 
belug booked by (he Western Vaudeville As- 
sociation. We pisv the Keith Summer time, 
opening In Pittsburg June $&." 

Thr (incAT AtmtiXH. ifliuboiirlue nplnnera 
and Jugglers, have Just closed a successful 
season of forty weeks with Hyde's Blue fllh- 
Boh Girls Co. The net, they write, Iras met 
with big success, nnd tliev are booked up 
solid In Summer parks through Ohio and 
Pennsylvania. 

NnTfca fhom Hoiin'm Vavhiivili.k Kst««- 
taikkhh.— We open Woodlake Paw, at Hher- 
inan. Tex., with n strong aggregation- of 
s|ie*'lnh v people, among whom are : Preston 
and 11(11 on, Chaa. Ih llosn, 1'atd Serpas, the 
Bond SIsterH. Melville Normnu. and the latest 
lllustraletl songs and picture Dims. Time Is 
booked to Sept. -13, all park dales, Wo open 
the park season at Shermatii aud if present 
weather coudlilons com lime n large attend- 
ance Ih expected. 

Do.vat IniMM and his acrobatic dog, Jim, 
arrived recently from Knglnnd, where he 
has played Ihe principal circuits. He opeued 
at Sohiner Park, Montreal, May W, ana was 
re-engaged. 

Cai.dm t;i.r. ASP Wkntwokth, "The Fashion 
Platea," in n refined singing, talking and 
dancing nor, report big success, They write: 
"We were at tho New Pawtuckct Theatre 
week of Mny 21, and -our art was the hit of 
the hill. Fred Caldwell's trick clog dancing 
Is a -hit. We have not lost a week since .Ian. 
1, aud nre hooked solid until Aug H, when 
we Join one of the Western Wheel burlesque 
shows, where we will Introduce a novel: y Ih 
trick c'.og dancing." 

Tun TmiEt: Mapcavh closed their season 
al Cook's. Itucliestcr, N. V. They did not 
pluy Detroit, Hoaton, Lawrence and Pastor's, 
as was announced, owing to the Illness of 
one of the members. They will rest during 
the Summer months at tthrepshcad nay. 
Then they wlli resume their' work, opening 
nt Hyde & Bebman's, with tho Keith, Proc- 
tor and Poll circuit to follow. 

THU iM.I.t'TIl AMLNKMKNT CO. llSS been 

Incorporated, and has begun the erection of 
a park at O&tka Beach, on Minnesota Point, 
between Dilluth aud Superior. 

The BucKm; Titiu report success with 
their trick house act last week al the 
Phoenix Theatre, Columbus, •(}., nnd have 
been engaged for a return date. They go 
to the Auditorium. McKee's Hocks, Pn.. Tor 
a week, nnd have Chnrlerol. Hast lirndy and 
other good work lo follow. 

Will AkmhtuoS'O, or Armalrong nud Holly, 
writes - "After playing two weeks at the 
Orpheuni Theatre, I^os Augclea (meeting 
with great imh). we returned to San Fran- 
cisco, to open May Wi nt the Chutes, the (Irs 1 
ihenlre to open since the earthquake. We 
were the llrst learn to pluy in Kan Francl*co 
that were in the earthquake, playing at the 
Orpheutn. Mrs. Armstrong has fully recov- 
ered trom the terrible shock, aud wu aro 
tpendlng a week at Catalina Island." 

Atiuii;rrA Hkiian lias ju«t closed with the 
Morrell'K Merry Makers Co. lu Maine, and 
has returned to lloston, ufler a very success- 
ful season. 

Tin; La Hallo Twi.v Kihikiis aie resting 
this week at their home In this city. They 
opeu at Alleutown, Pn.. lluv 2H t and have 
iiark dates to follow. They will he fen lured 
In a new uuislcul comedy next season, open- 
ing Sept. I. 

J. C. .Mattiiewk, representing the Great 
Lafayeite Show, was a Cliiti:ii caller Mon-, 
day, May -I. Mr. Matthews states that the 
past season was the best. ftnHUtiallv ami ar> 
tlstlcally. ever enjoyed by Mr. Lafavette. 

VlIIOIMA. MlKS., NOTKS.— 'lilt' BlJilU The- 

utre linn closed down here for ihc Hummer 
season, and Mr. Hkcrbcck. Ihe manager, has 
opened vaudeville In a tent on Main Streel, 
nnd Is sbowhig to good business. People 
permanently engaged with show -nre: Frank 
Thompson, operator; Grace Thompson, illus- 
trated eongs ; Mlsa Bessie, plsno ; Pearl 
Skerbeek. treasurer: .toe Slterbock, manager. 
Mr. Skerbeek will open other vaudeville 
shows under canvas next week, one here ami 
another at Tlvelelh, Ihe week following, mak- 
ing three shows lu all. The mining towns 
nre on the boom order Ibis Spring. Hhowa 
booked al Fay's Opera Mouse: Slav 1".!. "SI 
Hawkins" Co.: May 48. "Ked Domino'' C«., 
nnd (J. Lotu Slivers New York Minstrels the 
Hist week In .lime Tin: Ci.iri'hit comes regu- 
larly. ■ ■ 

Thb Dayton Sistkiih were not lu San 
Pranclsco during the earthquake, hut were 
filling lime In the Northwest over Paniugos' 
circuit. 

'I'm: GitKAT Lafaybttb woa tils suit for 
damages against the L. K and If, K. It. Tlie 
trial was lfroiight before the United States 
Circuit Court at Indians polls. 

JVHflH Haht/.ai., after closing u pleasant 
engagement of forty weeks ut the Metro- 
politan Theatre, THinpa. Kla., Is taking a 
two weeks' vacation, aud sight seeing lu 
Havana. Cuba. 

llAitiiAcn and llAtmia wiiie that (hey have 
sl«ned with J. .1. Klynn. to appear ou his 
New Kugland circuit of ourks until Aug. ^7. 
After they pluy Pastor h, New Vork, rhay 
lmve ti return liouklng at the llownrd, Itost'di. 

Canpkii a.s'u Clams write: "We opened nt 
the- New Pawtiickef Theatre, Paw tucket, II. I.. 
May '.'1 <as n team), nnd our singing and 
talking net was the Isugliing hit of the show. 
We shall soon introduce ■ musical finish lo 
our act. entitled 'The (ternisu General nnd 
the Military Maid.' our own original Idea, 
which has never beeu presented In vaude- 
ville." 

Tom N. Kkrhiiaw, pianist nud leader at 
the Colonial Theatre, Lawrence, Muss., goes 
to ItochcKter, N. v., ■ for the Hummer. He 
will he resident manager there for Prank 
Melville. 

•Lynnk A. Hazxaiiu, aiUHlfHf director of Ihc 
liljou Theatre, Dei-Htur. HI., closes ids en-' 
gagemeiit May W. nnd will speud a few 
weeks' vacation in Chicago and Milwaukee, 
also Ht his home lu Saginaw. Mich. He opens 
again hi Augtiat at the saini; place, which is 
to lie remodeled into a two show a day the- 
atre Ibis Summer. 

1'iiaiu.ik Powkiis writes that he Joined 
Lui.ier's Pumoiis Mlaslrcls at Onset. Mass., 
May 7, for tin; Summer season, and Ik re- 
ceiving three nint four encorcM every night 
In his singing turn. Tlie company goes to the 
While Mountains, snd then work back by 
way of the Atlantic coast. 

H i'.m kk a nu Lnw i s , male nnd fema le 
comedy acrobats, played week Mny HI at 
ftockvlllc. Conn., as a spedul attraction, 
They will play fnlra this season. 

La Xkllo Is ugaln with the Archer & For- 
rester Show, doing hla light and heavy balanc- 
ing act and dancing, making his fourth year 
wfih the show, 

Notch kiiom thk Kent-wow Spe^ialt? 
Co. — We will cpen our t litid aonual tour 
June :)0, In New York State. Chas. I). Brooke, 
manHger of the company, has the time hooked 
solid up to December, and we look for a loug 
and prosperous season. Several nf last sea- 
son's people have signed. Among them are; 
A. liewley, .luhn vaiigbu. toruy Luudts, Si- 
mon and Fleer, Moos. Veilettc and I'rof. 
Agnus. Mr. Brooke Ih also directing the lour 
of Hr. G. Hilar Thomjison, hypimilst. 

Wm. '/,. Huuciih, of Itogei'M and Irvine. 
writes: "I huve iH'replert ihe innmlgeaieul of 
Oxford Lake I'ark, Anuistou, Ala., which will 
open on Jttne IS. We arc now lu our twelfth 
week of a slitceu wevkM' engagement at the 
Star Theatre, Atlanta, <!a. We arc booked 
nolld until April 1, 1007." 

K*tb Hopb Kikij, who Is creating the part 
of Mrs. Percy (Jnmmon. In Melvln ti. Wln- 
slo<:k's piny. r 'A Heiilskln Km-k," ts iiiokliig a 
lucress In the role. 

Billt Mootte, black face cotuedlau, Is In 
his HfteMiLli week with tbo Went Comedy Co., 
doing Ihc comedy and bis specialty, and feat- 
uring lils eccentric deacleg. 



World ol Players, 

..... g f Ef 1 -i ' 

Wit. ft 1 craxk salted for Khroiie Mny l'U. 
nnd will open hi* next sessoit at the Savoy, 
New York, In September. I<ew l-ielda and 
Vesta Victoria niso billed on the same day. 

CtiAfti.nn Dahnton, dramatic critic of The 
Krruinp it'tiWrf, was married lu ihU elly on 
aisv at lo Msida CaKtelhun, president uf the 
Women's Inivei-iu cinb. 

i,v:i: Annnn, ihe playwright, was marrh-d 
ou May £t. at the Hotel Gerard. New York 
lily, to Alice llrown, a nonprofessional, of 
Washington. l>. c. 

C W. M. McLlilan was awarded USfi 
dumnges May 'Jl*. in Loudou. Dug., against 
Charles Hannun. for uliel. The case arhse 
from Unrmnn'x conientlon that McLrllmi had 
plagiarlted his olay of "1*he CoMchmao with 
the Yellow liuce Ih furor of "mm Kleachna." 
'"SiidBB AcMS" was presenied In Intallncd 
form on ihe i^ngllsh stage. May '.".'. by Cyril 
Maude, at the Wnldorf i'henire, London, Mr. 
Maude pla>ing Jnmew Merne'fi |urt, 

"LKANon WRMKHI AMt MAIniK CAIili 1'»s»K 



sailed for Kurope May M. Mr. and Mrs. !■!. 
M. Holland sailed ■Jii. and Klsle Jaills and 
her mother will -nil June A, returning "n. 

W. Hampton Doi i.itr.iiTY nvrlved fruiu I-hi- 
ro|ir Mar -~: on a short vacation. 

Ada krhan and Mr. and Mrs. l\ c. Whlt- 
uey sailed Miy Stt, for Kurope. 

Wiinc CIty, i.'leveland, o., was destroyed 
by Hie May '.'.'•. with a loss CHtlmatcd at 
about floiMKHl. 

ItAituv CnttsoN I'laukk will in- Interested 
ih two new product luila utKt reason. Unr Is 
a iitelwl in inn. "West of the Missouri," which 
he bought outright two years ago, aud ihe 

Slher is a we comedy of Ihe "Jones" -order, 
oth plays will be produced In Ihe West. 
MAiuiARirr PALM OWKM has signed for next 
season with Harry Corson Clarice. This will 
be Miss Owen's tlfth season a» leading Utdy 
wllh-Mr. Clarke. 

NflTtiS I'int.M TUB ClIAH. K. ClIAMPLIN Co. 

— On May Ml we closed our season of thlrty- 
lilnc consecutive weeks, nnd tu say It was the 
most pleasant season we ever had would bo 
pulling It mlldlv. We had twenty-six people 
and every one deeply regretted our closing. 
Mnny little gifts were exchanged and there 
was hardly a dry eye as tho, last shake of 
the hand and purling kiss was given, in this 
compnuy we had ten women nnnslxioeu men. 
Karly la the season the men formed an ahtl- 
swearing club. In which every man who was 
heard l» ulter un oHth or even use the word 
"damn," wua lined ten cents for each offence, 
A decretory was apitolnird, nnd st the end of 
each week ho collected all lines sud sent tlie 
week's iccclpis to the Actors' l-'und. Tho 
ladles funned an nuthknocklng dub, aud for 
every little kuock that was heard by any of 
the ladies nealust one another It was re- 
borted tu their secretary and Iho saino lines 
Imposed. The result was everything was 
huruionloiis, better performances were given, 
and In all theatres where we plaved every- 
one united lu aaylog thnt we bad tho Uuest 
company of ludles nnd geutlemen of any Dial 
had plnycd th'ir ihenlre. We cannot say too 
inurli lu prnlw of every member of this com- 
pany for t'bey nil worked herd fin- Its suc- 
cess, und In return rhey received the best of 
treatment. We bad au excellent baseball 
tesii In the <-oinpiiuy. We played several 
gauies lu the dlfTercnt cille* and lost hut one 
game. Next seuson Mr. Chninlilln will hare 
two eomnsnlos. Kastern and Western. His 
Ntitpber 'J company will lie- Just as strong as 
Ihe Number 1. IlHrry McKee will be at the 
head of his Number t, and James Kell liter 
will he the manager. The reason of his put- 
ting out another show Ih flint there has been 
such a demand fur his Bhow he could nut 
nccoinmodate nil munagers who wanted his 
attraction. This season he has broken twelve 
hoiiNo. records for week'a business, and played 



KltOM TUB TORONTO, CAN.. T. M. A.--litO 

last regular meeting ni the lodge was a nota- 
ble one In roanv respects, We had for visitors 
V: W; Statr and Xirs, M. t:nllen, honorary 
number* of Ihe lodge. Mr. Cullen Journeyed 
all the way from N'cwark to he present nt 
Ihe annual haneilt nf the lodge, 'and also to 
attend the meeting. As a souvenir of her 
visit she presented Die lodge with a large 
framed portrait of herself; Sister Clrgg, 
also an honorary member, presented the lodge 
with a beautiful silver mounted gavel, mane 
of black onk, nnd engraved with The flags of 
the ten nations, the lodge monogram and Iho 
embleniH nf the profession. As a piece of 
wood curving It Is simply a marvol, nud will 
make a fitting emblem to grace (he marble 
pedeaial. presented bjr*ltro. D. Hreene, vim 
president of Ihe grand lodge. The occasion 
mbs made inemoriihlc bv Ihe presentation of 
a x"1d monogram locket io lira. II. Raymond, 
who founded Ihe order In Canada, twelily- 
one win- ago. lie has had ihe pleasure of 
taking purlin Ihe growth of the lodge, from 
Ihe time he gathered together some fifteen 
of ihe eligible men of the elly, to the present 
lime, wllh n membership of one hundred and 



to ubenonieuui returns everywhere. 

Tub rosier of the Huiifr-Hrndfonl Players 
Co,, playing a Hummer engagement al Par- 



sons' Theatre, Hurt ford. Conn., Is as follows . 
Ornie Culdara. Walter Hitchcock. .Mhn West- 
ley, Clarence Hiiiidyshlc, Johu lindlur, Itohl. 
Oner. T. M. Hunter, John Daly Murphy. 
Iiiirke Clarke. Arthur Ilovt. Julia Dean, Allila 
Corlelyoti, Kvh Vincent, Minion Lorue, I-'ruil- 
ces (jftHM. Mliii'li.' Ritrrell, !>>elvn YVlcilllllg, 
i:ugenla I'iagg, Hewn Seyiwli, Trunk Blxhy, 
Tiiomas P. lirahnni. singe director. 

Htl,eY Ci[AfttHKRLi.v; a well known iiutor of 
comedy, long connected with the stage forces 
of the Proctor stock organisation, will leave 
the metropolis after a long sojourn, and Join 
tlie well known spick compnny at the Duvld- 
hou Theatre, Milwaukee. Tuesday next. In 
Mr. Chiunherlln'a career he has played many 
iirtliK. In the Kail It Ih Ii Ih Intention lo star 
In his own dramailzaiion of "A Pair of Hprc- 
laeles." entitled "Hrother Jo's Hpcclacles. ' 

Xotks rnu»i Hsniuel McCiitchcun'a "Liicle 
Toiu'h Cabin" Co.— Htm o|wticd at Raat hlver- 
pol. (I. April 2(1, to capaiity. Thla In un- 
. dotthieuly the llncst wagon "Dmie Tom" 
show on the road. We. carry one hiindrnt 
head of hornps, ponle», donkeys and dogs, 
and the finest parade ever wen with any 
slmw of this kind. "Mr. Itoetoy*" ihe great 
high diving dog. Is being feiiiured as h fren 
uitlsldc attraction. Prof. McJ-'nll. the owner 
of "Mr, Dooley," having ,for maiiv years been 
n hendllner In vandevllle wlui his troupe of 
dogs, Is the Rprehil feature utfinctlou of our 
big vaudeville concert. We carry two uni- 
formed hands. No. 1 Is under the direction 
■>r Prof. T. L Fah I, and bund No. '1 la tinder 
tlie direct Ion of proL John Mrtre. We also 
carry n solo orchestra of nine pieces, under 
Hie direction of Prof. MIL. McMInn, late 
musical director of Haverly's Minstrels. Thr 
cast Ih Mining, nud the pluy Is siigtuoirteil 
by special scenic effects, built by Mycrx & Co. 



twenty six, and a cash surplus of over $N,imn. 
The lodge bus not had a suspension In llvo 
years. Itro. Vale, who |ma been of great 
service In ihe lodge in. framing their benefit 
by-lawn, was atsu Ihe recipient of a gold 
locket, The presentation was made by Drauil 
Secretary Newman, In his tiiual hsppy mnn- 
ner. The recent bene Hi. was the most sue 

Eful In the history of the lodge, whim* 
t being nhred to the credit of Hie ron- 
ent fund, and the hoya nre now tooklhg 
forward to the holdlug of our iiunusl "mil- 
lug" t'Mft was also voted to our brothers 
In Sun Francisco. 

"Hay Nmv Yoiik " one of ihe season'* sue- 
M.ises, will close ii.h season nt Kllxabeth. X. 
J., on May >10, and open Its aecond yesr 
curly in August. Judglog from repuris 
throughout tho country the inimedv was a 
meeeas from every point of view. The man- 
agement will endeavor to max* -the produc- 
tion stronger I ban ihe previous season. 

TllH Wklmnuton IIuotHi:kh have slgued 
as u vnudovllle feainre with the Klitch Stork 
Co.. for next season. J. II. Kohler lias Klgueil 
for Juveniles nnd heuvle*. ICarl .McDonald 
has also signed for lite regular season, 

"TtiK tfoi'AW Man" enili'd Its second seamm 
at the flrntid O|iom House May 111. and will 
reopen in Ashnr.v Park Hepl. it. I.lehler A Co. 
will send out two companies next season. 
Mr. Pavcrshaui will lend one, nnd another 
sliii- Ihe other. 

Fit ask Williams anu Aollla 1'uli.ma.v 
Imvc signed with Culhaue. Chase & Weston'ri 
LightM of iloiham L'n. Thu show opens about 
Juiy 'IK In New York. 

UfeoMU Ala; presuntud bis piii'i'iilai Mr. 
nnd Mrs. John Ade, wllh a beautiful house > 
in Ketiilaud, I ml., oti Die occasion of their 
llfty-llflh WHhlliig aiinlvemary, May 20. 

Umt. N,m:\]| Ib;usiiAi{|n- will lie seen III 

Ihe urrw Theatre, New York. In three per- 
formances In June, us follows, so It Is an- 
nounced : '('limine. " matlueo of Wctluctidnv, 
Hi, aud evening of I'.', lit. In "Hamlet" (sec- 
ond licit. "Froti Frou" (third act), "L'Alg- 
loh" (second net ), and "Lu Morclcra" (fourth 
sett. 

(•nniN'Kit ami Walton have lusi closed n 
very smecdsful Ki-itHun with 'i light lleis." 
ami will open June 17 m Haglnuw Mich,, at 
the parks. 

CuiuLir P t'AMcinif.L Ims Just rloscit a 
stalling tour with "The Two Sisters" Co.. 
nud Is HiiWiliig (he season Willi the "De- 
serted ut His Altar'* Co,. In lending business. 

Miina Faski'tt will sing ihe leading roles 
hi "IlabL'tte," "Thu Two Hoses," "lilrolh* 
Olrotln." "Hoceitcclu" nnd "Fatanlly.ii," wllh 
Ihe Win. o. Stewart Opera Co., in Ihu'besier, 
tlii- Hiiiniiicr. 

"HlliiWN AT HBUHITOh." It Dolllloil fliri'C, 

will he presenied hero next MHin by James 
K, Hacked. 

Ouia Nkthkusolk niiiiouuces Dial she will 
nppcin' In Paris la June, al ihu Vaudeville 
Tliealre. 

"IIki-ky Kiiaiii'" is (o he translated for 
presentation In (iormatiy, Lyndon Mitchell 
having ntTHtigcd for Ii. 

.Von:s i'hoh Ring & Cunli;v*s "Hvoiii'h 
ttclcngc' I'm. .This Is our llfiei'lltli week, 
and nothing lint siicci>hs has been our mens- 
ore since we opened under csuvas. We have 
played nothing hoi Texas llito*. ami will no 
doubl hIk.v lu tlitM Klitic until hue hi the 
year. The complete ii«t<>r la: lllco and- Con 
lev. owners : Joa. .1, Conlcy, itiiiiiugcr ; W. II 
-luce, general ngi'iit ; W, K. Iluvls. cMiitractur ; 
Jesse highly. prngraiiiiiii<r : IV, L. Ilumllioii. 
aiiperhtleudsiit and elect licltlil : Idilgeite I'm 
kls, stage manager, wllh ihe following peo- 
ple- -Hugh Fay. Mr. Winters, Jos,, Mermirtl, 
Win. WhIioi-m. Jsvh. Frank Dale, Miir'ruerlle 
Kmart*, Corllle t'flfloti, Dmuia L-'i' arid 
Iiei:s|o Liiniiuide : Julm Wllrlck, ha mi. nnd 
urcheHira leather, nith Dob Wesi. CIism. Tin- 
ner. "Pop" MevecH, Clyde Itoaers, Pete l-u- 
vcll, MilMSoek, Clips. Hodge. Webb Iaiuk and 
Jerry AculT : II. F, Kellny, secretary and 
tieasuivi': Dig Slim, |>okm cmiivhs man. with 
ten tisslsinills: Percy Wesllntrell. biinui-r 
u.nti. Frank Leouurd, who hss the prlvilegci.. 
Is doing his Irb-k piano act lu the couccri, 
nud Is our puradn mnrslmll, 

Xotks i jjo.m M vri n'>. Srm-K Co, - - Wo 
otiened our Summer season ill Plnufore Park, 
Si iiioiuns, urn.. Tin list), iv. May --1. mid In 
spile of the thri'sieiilng weritlier. our imilliit-c 
was exccpllotiiill.i bilge, nud lu the evening 
all records were bmken. At 7-ttM r. m. Hi- 
niiiplilihcHlrc wits crowded, mid huiulr'-i! . 
were turned away. The coiiipuliy was well 
received. Mini I'veryihlng looks bright for .i 
nice Summer's Inisiiiess. 



We get Tin; in, ^ Kkmam.k regularly. Tho 

f;host walks and everylKKfy is uappy. Coii- 
iMifl It, Iitirrls. wllh three men, lias charge 



HANNAH. 



of the advance, and Is doing good work. 

Manauku Al. II. WiioiMi has engaged Marin 
I'avev. ihe Western stock star, to do the lead 
In his nt'w production. "Tho Dnuthlcf frotn 
the West," which npons In New York at ilia 
■Academy of Music, July 30, for a run. 

Dttuniiv PimiiiiisK writes that she bus 
cluspd ii very nleHsunt seven weeks' ongnge. 
inetit with ihe Tolson Stock l.'o., playing juve- 
niles and liigeuties, also singing llhtsiruted 
songs, sud will Join a Summer slock for the 
season. 

NOTKS VltiiM iHiliKN'H "ItlP VAW W|KKL«" 
t!o.We closed Hie U'luu-r aeason at Iteeds- 
hurg. Wis., May -'J, after thirty weeks' on- 
gsgement under the aiiccrasfnl munHgemeiit 



of (icorge Mlitiinore. The iieojile ralurn ill- 
re.etly to Waupaca, Wis., wnern C. A. Ware 
and liny Ogdeu. wllh a new lop, all wagons 



r»e»«im. — Al F.Iks' New Then ire (". U. 
Il'ilehklss, mnnugeri tbo sensou r la wNl Mon 
dtiy. May SI, with "Hinder (Irowit." 

I'lLKCnilr I'ARK <II. C. Mo»iiieail. instm 

get-i opened £1. whh the Moorheml Htnrfc 
Co.,, In "Down In Maine," lo good sullsfnc- 
iImii noil fiip.-icllv -house. Moorhead m<n-k 
Co. will play hero nil Mummer, i-hiiiiglng the 
hill vwry three night •«. The openluir play 
was cnsl as follows; Win. Hartley. Win. J. 
Miuldci-ii : lleiii'H Linus. Lou X. llRi-rlnglon : 
Jlld Wiiundeis. Clyde llycr: Devi- Mlske. Tom 

H. Wallace : Knalre lien I ley, J. c. Hawrar ; 

Ili'trk. Chns. Cantor: Parson liKgo4al, .1 C. 
Sawyer; Jess Taylor. Irene De A r mo lid ; 
KlI/lilM-lh Aim Alice Khiirii, IIIikIvs Fuller : 
Sully InioIHII". l.l I Inn De Anno ml ; cinders, 
(•(•rlrwle Harrlligloii. 

Notk. - Miiurlco riiiiiilnuliHiii hss no|i| lil'i 
llilereslslii the People's i'lieiitre jlUfi. vsude- 



newly palnled, nnd plenty of help, are waning 
to open Ihe Summer season. We wilt carry a 
twelve piece hand. 

Plohknck (Iai.k, who has for the past sev- 
eral HHisons achieved nuceess In Khakes- 
nearean roles, bus accepted a new play, by 
Jlsrgaret Mayo. The title of Ihe new veliiciu 
Is "Love's Victory." 

Hadib Daji,i;y, after a selge of Illness, has 
joined the "When Women l^ivo" Co., foy the 
Summer. 

ijamn II. DnnnrilY clnse.d a siM'i.'eaMfiil sea- 
son of thirty-nine weeks with tho Tolson 
Hloek Co.. at Hot Springs. May 5. 

Maiiion, III.,. Nutks. — The New J tola ml 
Theatre here haa Just been completed ni a 
oiid of «|.*».b(l(i, p has a singe Sox?..", fret, 
with Ililrly-Ilve feel opening. One thousand 
and sixty seating capacity, eleven drcs/lng 
rooms, and Is modern and up-to-date In every 
particular. Morris Kemp, who Is the lessee 
aud manager, will open It the llrst week lu 
September, and Is now booking the seuson of 
limil.7. 

CiricAim will have a now theatre lo tost 
Sl.lO.nou, on Ihe South shU> of Wind Madison 
Street, near Western .Avenue. 

John C. Fisiii:ii anuouuecs that he will 
present Mrs. Lnugtry In (bin country uext 

Mm 



vllle) to It A'. Moorehead. who will irhisn II 
during the auiniiier months, soil devote his 
(line lu his Summer tliealre at Klcitrlc Park. 



Himni: IMI.AKD, 



Prorlilrnrr.-'-Al Ihe Providence Upera 
House (Felix It. Wrudeiselia lifer, maiisgcn 
"Tho Isle of litng," a home mad': musical 
comedy, by Ken Cook and Alfred ChanVe, will 
be given under the auspices of Ihe First 
LlghL itifaulry. May ii8-.'lO. 

Ju; itij's IChurlcs Ijovciiherg, iniiuiigeri. — 
"Tin* Filial Card" received a eredllalilc pru- 
ducllon at Hie hands of Ihe A thee Slock )'•• , 
SI-SH, It whs followed. W ami week, by "ir 
I Were King." "Day Puiisintis" m-xt. 

Kvi-iin: fHpllH A N'lilhstiMtii. maiiNgersi. — 
"Ihtsler llrown" received fitvornhle notices 
week of -!. Muster ft Jrt . who apiu-areij lu 
the title role. Is a Providence boy. The stock 
company season opens *„'g. wllh "Wuhmil 
Agslnst Woman." "Kits! Lrnne" next week, 

Wkhtmimhtkk (Deo. II. Kaicbeller, iiuiu- 
•■eri.—The New lity Kports Ul-i'ti. The 
French IteAiillcs VnudevUle nud Kilru'va- 
gnnzu Co. (live a viiudsvlllo performunce ::s 
nnd week, wltb u lamedi on the onenlin.' 
night for Harry Parkin, Frank J. Hlvclli and 
Charles M. Cloujih. 



420= 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



June 2, 



FOR S 






WOODWARD'S SEA-LIONS AND SEALS 

ACT COMPLETE, 7 SEA-LIONS, 2 SEALS, PROPERTIES, ETC. 



for Selling, _&etlx-ixx@ from Profession. 

For Disposal at End of Present Engagement with Messrs. Thompson & Dandy. 27 Weeks' Contract Waiting Fulfillment in England. 

For particulars address CAPT. WOODWARD, Hippodrome, or H. B. IWARIWELLI, I44Q Broadway, N. Y. City. 



EDISON KINETOSCOPES, $75. 

AND A I.I. THE I.ATVHT AND HOST IM- 
PROVED MOTION PK'TI'II K 
MACIIINKH. 



FILMS 



• Film 4cts. — Up * 

+1BWSBIGIS.* 



WANTED, 



en i m 

Now playing nix week*' engagement Id Chicago; 
small Troupe of Ponies snd tMfa or other Animal 
Acta, HIiiBinK and Talking Clowns. Must loin on 
rerclpt of wire. Ariilrcf.* IIAIIRV LA'TMOMA, 
son, rig Dearborn Ht„ Chicago, 



Wanted at Once. 

sifurty work Hie rear 'rnunil Call or sddrers 
I,. B. WALKER, 

Walker's Museum, Z llowdnln Hi) . Iln.lnn. Mas.. 



DIRHOLVIIIO STF.HK11PTII ON AND MO- 
TION PICTIIIIE MACHINE, SH.1 EDI 

SON EXHIBITION KlNKTfiaCOPK, ONLY $90 
1NKW1 MOTION I'll TlltE MAC 1IINE 

KLECTHIC . S4» SON RIVAL LIMIT, 

Ml MODEL. B OXV-LITHE GAR HIT- 

KIT, »»9.»0— — IIRIIIIIT WHITE LIIII1T, 
BU I ■■■-LOT OP 10 INCH REEI.H 
(BACH, AOr.li.~- -M ,'KTYLKNK JET AND 
IIBNERATOR. »7..'.<— — R1.BCTIUO LAMP 

AND RHEOSTAT, as/jr, — fl.\T-HYD. 

4KT, 1.1.7.'— M. P. ADJUSTABLE LEGS. 
St— KIBE MAIiAZlNE FILM BOX, IS.MI 

REX • kTKItKOPTir ON (EI.KC- 

THICj, (111.110— CUMIENSKRH, Hi INCH 
EACH. »1 ; BY MAIL. J1.1S— NEW SONG 

NI.IDEH, PER »KT, 1.1 AMI MANY 

OTHER I1AR0AINH— ---EDISON KXIII- 

HI I'lON K I V KTIUI 1IPK. Sin [[«:■; 

l.'INF.OflRAN!, *»: WITH FIRE MAGA. 
7.INEN, S(( ■ PMITBttAI. KINKTOSOOPE, 
Ut 1111 RDIMON EXHIIIlTIO.i KIN- 

I -'.Tost 'OPE A- NF.AV , (7 1. 



Also 

.Slides. 



HTK "PASSION PUT," A5SS-S8E 

INCLUDING A MET OP SLIDE* AND 
POSTERN. 



0>nHIK\-KTT/.sl.YIMOV* FIGHT 

OKAN1I EIRE RUN KDIHON'S BULL 

FIGHT— — FAUST AND MARnUKHITK— 

LIFE OF AM. SOLDIER .SILVER 

WliUMS'G IMPOSSIBLE JII1H1F.1 

SIIBIMUIANITK, ETC.. ETC. AT LOW 

PRICES. 



WANTED, FOR 



STETSON'S UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, 

Under Canvas, ORCHESTRA LEADER that 
doubles Brass. Tromiiore Tor Band and Orchestra. 
Woman Tor Ophelia wiiti child for Eva. Address 
a* per ro me, GRANT LVCE, Mgr. 



BUY THE BEST MOVING PICTURE MACHINE 
|4ND 8AVE MONEY. 

THE ALUEI1IGAN PROJEGTOGHAPH 

FIHF.PRUOP FILM PKOTFCTOH. 

The only machine that will Dot ni iker, even after 
years of M tig. 



from carriage; 
loud dinger with, banjo or guitar. Preference 
given one that can also do other specialties, such an 
tnaglc, veatrllociulsm, etc. Long engagement and 
lop money to the right people. Mention lowest 
Halary; pay your own hotel. Positively no ticket* 
to strangera. Address Dr. C. If. <«\HAU, 
1T2S Champa Street. Denver. Colo. 



N OT I C BE. 

CHORUS GIRLS. 

Chorus (Drift furnished to Reliable Manager* of 
Musical Comedy, Bnrlefxine, Dramatic and Vatide* 
will' Companies. P. J. RIDGE, 
1ST La .-i.i i e st„ near Madison. Chicago, III. 



WANTED! WANTED! 

FOR TIIK 

Dora Woodruff Show 

PKOP-B IN ALL MSKN, GENERAL RDS. 
WOMAN, TUBA TO DOUBLE STRING HA88. Peo- 
ple doubling bras** given preference. Cun 'use 
good Feature Acts for UHh acason and next. 
Salary low, a* It Id sure. J.I). KILOORE, Mgr., 
'are of tfaal Knd Park, Champaign, 111. 



SEND FOR OATALOOUK OP MACHINES. 

Latest Film Lists and Supplies. 

PICTURE MACHINES, HTHREOPTI- 
CON8, OXV-LITHE GAB Ol'FITS, CON- 
IIESSERS, CONDENSER PROTECTORS, 
REELS, LIMES, GELATINE, CARBONS, 
KT», ETC. 

eIFILMSmd 

Motion Picture Machines 

BEST PaiCES PAID FOB FIHE GOODS. 

iiiiuci&rsT 

* 



WANTED, 

VAUDEVILLE ACTS 

ALSO 

STOCK PEOPLE. 

RUMME-It AI3A80N Kb PASO, TBX., and 
AhUUItgi'MIMJlii:, N. MUX. Address 

iRAWKonn a rich. 

Core of Alt-dome, Kl Paso. Tex. 





K I. U I II A, N. Y. 

Wanted at all times, Drat cmsM/Vmidevllle Per 
former*, sk Men Teama; Sister Ada and single 
Women preferred. Open year 'round, six wiguts 
Hurt two tnarneesa week. Address 
F. W, MrCONNKLL. Proti. and Met.. Elmlra. N. V. 



WANTED. SEVERALYOUNG GIRLS. 



J. KAI.RTA. Ill .'i.n rtl 



send ptioio 'anil i 
TH E PLIPI'RH. _ 

VAUDEVILLE PIANIST, Al, 

ni8KNtlAIIF.il. SEVEKAI. V KAILS NEW MIRK 
THEATRES. W. N., I'.ro .rf IIAl'VT, 107 
SUMMIT STREET. BROOKLYN. N. Y. 



IHadaren Family Orchestra 
AT LIBERTY. 

Five nieces. Travel or locate. Address 

ORCUKSTRA, 

Ml K. Mpplncotl 81., Plilladelphla. I'.i. 




t. KOIS_l~CS8. ■ II. PLICKKRLRSS. 

The Machine that la RnUrely New. NO IN- 
PAINURMKNT on any other machine. We will 
protect yon from any salts by a written guarantee. 

CH A6. E. DRE88LER A CO., 

1 45 E m u KM St., Sw Yo rk City. 

WANTED, 
PIANO PLAYERS 

THAT (AX KINO. ILLUSTRATED SONUS; 
ALSO 

MOVING PICTURE OPERATORS 

With and without machines, l.on* engage- 
ment ; no tmvellng. Mnte your xalarr- 
Address M«lt. Hl'All TIIKATRK CIIU'IIT, 
MonefiBen, 1'a. 



HOIXAND BTJILDIXG, 1440 Broadway, Corner 40th St. 

TalaphoBtM. 933-934-9S9 Bryant. table Audr«_, \Villn»orrli. 

CHICAGO OFFICE, 167 DEARBORN STREET. 

Special Attention Will Be fllven to Summer Parks an.-* Fairs. 
BOOKING EXCLUSIVELY THE FOLLOWING LEADING VAUDEVILLE HOUSEK t 



P. O. Williams' Colonial. 
P. O. Williams' Orphean., 
P. O. Williams' Alhaxnbra, 
P. G. Williams' Novelty. 
P. G. Williams' Gotham, 
P.O. Williams* 

Bergeai Bear h, 
II. Myers' Doric, Tankers, 
II. Myers', Atlantic City, 
Henrj Myens* Dorte, 



Ham mantel n't Victoria, 
Ilammentelna Roof 

Garden, 
ftlieedy's, Fall River, 
Hbeed y '■, Nevrport, 
Hatliaway*a,lfew Bedford, 
Hat— away**, Lowell, 
Hatha way's, Brockton, 
Bijou. Llnroln, Neb. 



uijoii, uocoin. iibvi 

Btannlona 1 Park, St. Lonls, 
Cedar Point, Sandusky, 
Cheater Park, Cincinnati, 
Camden, If. J. r»atie's Auditorium, Lynn, 
Keeney'i, Brooklyn, Electric Park, Toledo, O. 

Morrison'*, Rock— way, ;Electrlc Park, 

DalmllBU*a, Rockaway. ^ Detroit, Mich. 

International, Chicago, < Forest Park, 
Hippodrome. Cleveland. Little Rock, Ark. 

t ook's Park, Evansvllle, I Electric Park. 
Manhattan Beach, Cleveland, O 

Denver, Colo, iGennett't, Richmond, ind. 
\. B.— It la Important that artists send their open time to both the New York 
and Chicago Offices, 



Wllmer & Vincent's. Dtlra 

Wllmer* Vincent's, S 

Wllmer *VIn«n?..* dln8 ' 

- ^Allentowa, 

Weber _ Rnsh, 

ssss «. m.^ BlnghamtOB, 
Weber _ Rnsh, 



Schenectady, 
H. H, Lamkln'a, Toledo, 
H. H. Larrikin's, Dayton. 
I. C. Mlahler, Altooaa, Pa, 
I. C. Mlahler, 

Johnstown, Pa, 

W nol worth Roof Gardea, 

Lancaster, Pa*. 

Brtttaata-on-the-Bay 



Ottawa, Can. 
Grand Opera House, 

Derator, III, 
NewSavoy,Hamllion,Can. 



PIANO PLAYER 

Toopen atoncc. Worktheyear'round. Must lie 
able to read at night and transpose and lie e.t* 
perlenced In vaudeville. S ate lowest Hummer 
wal ary Addr etiH ui'SBUN, Sprlng llel d, O. " 

~ AT LIBfeHTY. FOR A) STOCK OR REP., 

ALICE LAWRENCE JONES, 

LKAhS OR SECOND HUS. 

K. A . STOLLE, 

ClUtUCTKRa AND URN. BUS. 
Roth Al and reliable. Joint oniv. 
«KN. 1>BL.. Fflrmlugton, N. H. 



PJakXXaL. FERDON 

WANTS MEDICINE PERFORMERS, 

Hke toll Teams, Black-face Comedians, Female Im- 
personators.. Shows big eiilc* only. Addreaa 

PAUL J. FRRUON, Scheneciady, N. T. . 
P. 8.— Stato loffCBt salary mid iiiikI Join at once. 



W^anted, 

TWO Al DRAMATIC OR FEATURE SPECIALTY 
ARTISTS to Rtreogthcii Show*. Hunt double 
Hariri. BlfmeKr Rep. Ill N. W, Hrva now ?j 
prriplc. J. (IRIESE, Pari: Rapids, Mlnn^ 



SUMMER OPERA CO. 

HAH IMMEDIATE OPEN TIME. 

(Western Penn.aud Ohio lime piefered.) 
t.arfte Repertoire. Twentv People. ¥ lie Cos- 
iiimes. AddresH Mnnnger, 2A8 W. :«t n St.. N. Y. 



WANTED TO BUY 500 TO 1,000 600D 

SECOND HAND (ll'ERA CHAIRS for Rrenmlind 
l'ark, Wril i I Alee, chftmberftliurR, Peoua. 
Adil rew M . II. IVEI.su, ChBinbewlii irir , P». 

Canvas The»tr» 

FOR SALE OH ON PEHC K.VTAUK. 

Scan too. aiho sort. It. T., iao; on. wall. 

NESIIIT SCOVILLE. Ml. Clemens Mini. 



At Liberty. 



I'llll THE 
HI'.IIMKIl 



Can Honblo Clarlouel In Band. Addresn P. M. 
SILVERMAN, a WhraKin St.. Prorld.noe. R. I. 



WANTED, KOH 



DE LARD'S AIEBICAN IIRSTBELS 

Strong i VrM urc Aci for Olio: also Cornet, it. and o. 
jamks in; i.ami, Flmlra, N. V. 



WANTED, COMEDIAN 

WIki can Ring and dunce. Musi be up In acts. 
Other versatile in-rfoTmerswrl e. AMOS K. OAKK, 

Mgr. Kgyp'lHii Item. Co.. Klkiiart. Ind. 



WANTED, PARTNER, LADY OR 6ENT. 

Onod Acrobat, that can work on iK>ards;ouc who 

caielnganddancr preferred. Address COM K 1)1 AN, 

re of Steven*. RuT Willow Ave., Hoboken. S.J. - 



Repertoire People, 

ALL LINKS, WITH SPECIALTIES. 
Aldrein OHAH. P. 1I1I.MO RE IH.IM, Ne« VorK 

Vfsmed. Eipirienced Mellclnt rerferatrs WANTED, lor 6AINS BROS.' WASON SNOWS, 



KOIl SH.E, 

VIM WISE WALKERS' APPAB.WLS 

For 9 or rt people. Cheap. Made iv Yho Wjrrk. 
Add. "CARI.08A." en roiilc Kobhlna* Clrens. 



who fan put on aols mid make i hem go, Musical 
ArtH, Cu medians. and Sketgb Ttjaiii^utii' ijindons, 
write). Addrc^im.UIbTONArrnlUK.Uatieila.O. 



("firionn, Darltone, Tuba and Alto: loin 
wire. Bowensvllle, «»., JnneliRablna'i: wiiminir. 
loa a. OALKB UROS., 1'erraaucnt add. London, 0, 



FILMS FOR SALE. 

San Francisco Disaster 

Films Now Ready. 

8 and 9 cents per foot. Address. NATIONAL 
AML'SKMKNT CO., ■■SBS.CalvertSl., Ualtimore, Mil. 



FOR 8A.LE OR RENT. 

I'.-;'-- footCorablnailon DiDing.lSleeiierorltuggage 
end. t.nnd condldnn. i~o or J.mi month rent. 
Address OAR, CI.IPPKU IWIIce, 47 W. 28th St., 
NwYork Oltj. 



NOTICE TO MANAGERS. 

THE PICTUHBSQUB 

ONLAW TRIO 

Will leave the V. S. JnnsD to full] II their European Re-enKOffeineutii. 

SPECIAL NOTICE. 

The ONItAW TRIO will reappear in the United States Jon. 'Jd, }WI, under Hie sole management of 

MR. H. H. FEIBER, 

Who wm the tint to iw»k thi« specialty in the States. All applications for open time and letters to 
' H. H. FEIBER, St. James BldgM Broadway, H. Y. 



At Liberty, LEADIM LADY 

T0010 BIOTIOIAIi 4CTBESS. 

First class company only; rciable managers, 
Addre8B IMISS KATHERINE RITTEH. 
Chicago, III., general Delivery. 



EEMERiir TusIfllsT IfOHAN, 

One doing Specialties preferred. All Summer's 
work at Park, state all, Must loin on wire. 

MATT ICK STOCK CO., St. Thomas, Ont. 



WANTED. PARTNER WITH CAPITAL. 

Newpiay, cleftsnt prlutlng; small cast: man with 
booklnps given preference. FOR SALK, complete 
nmdnctlon; scenery (crated), bill trunk, jprop. 
b txea, nneelal printing; nine weeki booked. Three 
Ji inrtred dollars buyn. No time to dloker. Address 
if. T. ti. p P. o. Box ;c«. North Baltimore, Ohio. 



Wanted Quick, At Once, Good Piano Player. 

Sight reader, and good Song and Dance Black Knee 
comedian, mum be able to put on acts and make 
them go. flood sketch Team, write. Oood show, 
money Hire every week, live in hotels, show under 
tenl. want ladtertand gentlemen. No hooze. Tick- 
et* to people I know. Address 

■tlsVi SKSRAB, Sumner, Bremer Co.. Iowa. 



SHOWS ARE GETTING BUSY 

Have i'jsoj, 4J.\Ro, 20XW Tent>; — xoo, 25x40 and 
other lliack Teola; 1,975 Folding Chairs, Foldlug 
Organs, Crank Pianos, Spring Motor piano, one 
Electric Piano, 12 Twiateri 1 Wire Legs Mahogany 
Top Luiwii Oonnter Stools. 

SEND FOR FREE BARGAIN BOOKLET. 
R. H. ARMHRUSTER, wprlngileld. Illinois. 



A BLACK FACE COMEDIAN. 



Other Useful Medicine Performers, write. I 
it are wnrtli. No ticket-. Write all in 
teller. 



all yoit'are worth. Notlckcln. Write ail km 
' tet. 
MODERN REMEDY COMPANY, Elyrla, Ohio. 



WANTED. FOR THE 
J. L TEMPEST D1AIATIC CO., 

Specially People to plav parta, A No. 1 Song and 
Dance Comedian, t.ou. ibis. Woman with slntlag 
and usnclngspertaltlM. Address J. L. TEMPEST, 
week May 28. Berkeley Sprlnars, West Va.: week 
June A, Harpers Ferry, West Va. 



CHARLES WOLF. 
SHOW PAINTZNGa 

m CONOVER STREET. BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

Entrance on King street. 



IMrtTIOl? : PARODIES. 1 LONG MONO- 
|a\sV I IWBi lAMsUK. AND OAI1S AND 
LIVELY PATTER. Duly 10c. while thev last. 

GEM COMEDY CO., Providence, R. L 



tA/ , << F V^^^vwsrwVVvJ 



FILMS FOR RENT. 



CHICAGO FILM EXCHANGE, 

133 S. CLIHK ST., CMICAOO, ILL, 

!j^@ffi^nWNMmBMaVRan$TO^0 



THE SUMMER WALTZ SONG OF 1906, 




FREE 1 ProfcRslonal copies to Performers Inclosing programme. 

..n„ < ?^ B » ,, p„JS, W ,! ,B , A P ^ ;^",'i <> . Ma,1 ,*•"" ,or "» SO" 1 -" "«JOId New England Home." 
.™-«.i S ,h ! L » k ».",' - Orpl'»" Boy'ii Lament," "Dear Old 'Frisco nj Mie 8ea," "Ine 
H™„ S.iX 6l V^ S r ^ W "J!' " " ?«'rj»"'»l." "Chruirnas Evening Hong." "Miss Alice, the While 
» 0, » WEJf JSfiSttK •'TnlneRyenof «l«e." "Down Where the Androscoggin Ftow*" "I'll 
1. S. Uft/ WM ln,' ''Syllasklns." "Wnere the Kieulng star Is shlnlngT" "1 Love You, 
S?r[Siw^i'>t/J , ., M ?^", n ? ff nr ?i "" ' Wa " » Millionaire," "Througli tlie Panama canal," 
'Cause I Was lllack," " Hkeleis," " 'Npalh the willow Tree." 

mmi MM PUB. CO., 5S Rst 28th St, Kl York. 



BEST REPERTOIRE IISlCK* PEOPLE 



Rehearsals suit 
Scncnectidy, N. Y., July ~ . 



FOR BEST BEPEBT01BI STOCK CO., 8EA80I '06-7. 

CHESTER DeVONDE, 



Schenectady, 
S. V. 



H. B. PIERCE! 

Musical Director, Pianist, Composer Ar- 
ranger. A, F.ofJtl. No. 3*0. 

Invite offars for next season. Firm clans wardrobe 
poser or "The Masqueraders," "The Castle of TwlilgnL 

*— H. R. PIEIICK, 



[ 



Ingenne Leadlna Woman, Dramatic - 1 "- 
brettes, Light Comedy. (No apec laities.) 

Experienced and reliable In eveiy way. Com* 
"'A Daughter of Uncle Sam," tie. A* 
Bijou Theatre," ~ 



• Rockford, 111. 



CASCADE PARK THEATRE, BERLIN, N. H, 

POPB1.ATION 20,000. 

THE HETH AMD BIBBER AMUSEMENT CO., ALBERT THEATRE. BERLIN, HH. 



E0CRSTR10 COMEDY ACT. 



NA/»lt or «i, Ci 



ookftr. 

ALL AGENTS. 



VAUDEVILLE THEATRE FOR SALE In N.Y. State 



June % 



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THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



421 



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916.00 Per Thousand. 

gEHD FOB AH ASSOBTMEHT 
IO l=»© 

G 

"BOOTIE" 

Post Card Purse 

NEW, NOVEL, 




Suitable for any place or locality. Id Tan or White; mortlie 
blank for name; can be sent through tlie niallforlc-ora 
letter enclosed 2c. stamp. Comic or local views. Postcard 
on sole of "BOOT/IE." $9.00 per gross. Send for a 
sample dozen, 83c. POSTPAID. 

JULIETTE PURSE POST CARD 

The latest winner; comic or local views on one side, blank 
for any name, also place tor an Initial, tlie Reverse aide a 
postal card. VERY NEAT, R1GUT CP TO DATE. 

818.00 PER GROSS. 



Send To-Day for a 

KENT POSTPAID, tl.SO. 

TEE SODVENIB PILLOW TOP CO., 322 Broadway, Hew York. 




6 COMPANIES 6 



ABOUT AUG. 1. 

EBOPLE I3jT ALL TJtNlBS. 

Men.- tor JubIi, Dotcli Couiedlanl. Hast do strong speclalltes. Heavies, Reading Ladles. boubrettes, 
Character Women, Mauagera and Agents. Men imiat double liraas. Slate all orst le terluimeillatelr. 
•■■•'■ " ■' ■ HAHKS <t FBAZEE, Isla Tribune Bldg., Chicago, III. 



ENCORE PERSUADI 
"SAILOR SONG." 

A wonderful song for baaso voice, by ELIZABETH MORRIS. 

'PRETTY LITTLE BLUE-EYED BELLE," 

By N. MII.UK. 

'WILL YOU LOVE ME THEN AS NOW?" 

Bj M. K. GARDNER. 

"NEARER AGAIN," 

.. . By JESSIE 17.E1TA BKNNETT. 

"WE HAVE MADE UP AGAIN," 

B? MARGARET HELPERT. 
r a two cent stamp and late programme we will aend you professional copies. No cards. 
PIONEEH MU81C Pt HMMHIVO CO., No. 202 Manhattan Bldg., Chicago, III. 



•; t y_ ; LATEST NOVELTY. 

I3>ori.at Bedini 



•8-f. 



And Mis Aorobatlo 



•Jinn,' 



iflT arrived from London. Opened at Sohraer Parle, Montreal, May 20, and re-engaged after 
- .MANAGERS WANTING THIS VOVEI.T1, 

Address SlBS W. 3sth ST., >>vv York. 



I GUESS BO — HELP YOURSELF, 



BOBBY CAYLOR <fe CO., 

A Private Theatrical Aeanoy. 

,. .... . WILL ENTERTAIN AT HIIRTIU & SEMIOJ'S JUNE 4. 



« 



SEASON l906-'07, 

.THE BIO SCENIC MELO-DRAMATIC OFPERING, 



If 



BOHME & SIIIIH, PROP*, and MUSS. 



Presented with an elaborate scenic equipment, a capable cast and a large assortment of Lltho. and 
-Hescrlptlve Prlntlug, maklnjr this oucoftlic heaviest billed attractions the coming season. " 



Representatives, 



New Yoik 
otJLHASE, CHASE k WESTON, No. lass-lb Broadway (Suite 311, New York City. 



J. W.GORMAN'S CIRCUS. 

Riders with or without ring stock. Season is week*. All week stands. Will buy Trained Ring 
Stock, Menage Hordes. Twined Doge, etc. Also Hurt," Round Top with middles. 

J. W. QORNi.1V, I0O Hoy Won HI., Boston. 



MILLER'S VAUDEVILLE THEATRE AND! CONCERT HALL, 

- ■ 1-lrVlA, O., 

20 Single Specialty and First Part Ladies 

For long engagement. JOE MILLER, Proprietor and Manager. 



Wanted. Theatre. 

Molt he In city not less than 40,000 and a good proposition. Address BOX 771 , Asbnry Park, N. J. 



mm pi, ui and ilwl «. co ^r 

, Will .open for.seasoD of eighteen weeks on Suoday. May 13, with HIGH CLASS VA0UEVILLE. This 
U tlie Bnc3t theatre in any park la America, and will play the very best la vaudeville. 



FILMS 

Of SAN FKANCISCt. DISASTlIIt. The rcnl 
thing or » sensational one made up — we havs 
them both, hut wo don't try to palm off any of 
the antiquated Galveston or Baltimore films. 
"You can't fool all of the people nil of the 
time," SHE? Our Films arc all original nnd 
1i!c, per foot. Our Slides of the same sub- 
ject are original nod 40c. each. 

.Only a few more of those fine Reels left: 
1.000 feet on the reel, ready for use, (35.00 
each. 



Original Fireproof Magazine*, Calcium Lamp, 
Electric Lamp, Rheostat. Switch and Cords, 
and 1,000 feet of Film, on a reel, complete, 
for $175.00. ' . 

EDISON'S LATB8T EXHIBITION MODEL 

PROsTEOTtNU KINRT08COPE.--wH1i Calcium 
Ump, Electric Lamp, Rheostat and. LOW feet 
of l-'fim, for |150.00. 

LTJBIN'S C1NEOGBAPH, Bihlhitlon Model 
1900. two weeks old, like new, with Calcium 
Lamp, Electric Lamp, Rheostat and 1,000 feet 
of Film, $12&.00. ' " . 

OPTIGRAPH, with doublo dlsHotylng Ktere- 

optlcon, >K>tb limps and dlssotvor, and 1,000 
feet of Film, $110.00. <y 

■' ' ■ t' 

NEW OIL STERISUI'nOHM; luclndlng 
lamp, $15.00. .- ■ ■• 

EDISON '98 EXHIBITION MODEL, with 
Calcium Lamp, Electric Lamp and Rheostat, 
with 1,000 feet of Film, $100.00. . 



MODEL B OXYLITHK OUTFIT, used twice, 
with Oxrlttbe. Ether and Limes, and a Sung 
StereoptlcoQ. with Lamp, for $50.00,' - - 

MACHINES AND FILMS WANTED 

But They Must Be Good. 

.LEWIS M. SWAAB <fc CO., 

330 Sprats St., 

PHILADELPHIA, PA, 



FOR SALE, CHEAP, 

A Fin Month,' L,asi ol Ih, 

Beaatlinl CLYFFSIDE PABK CASINO 

Immediate possession given. Seating capacity of 
theatre, 1,600. - Large stage, commodious dreuilng 
rooms and a full not of Bcenery. Roller Skating 
Rink, New Birds Eye Maple Floor, aw Pairs of the 
Finest Window Ball Bearing Skates, oo.tioo People 
to draw from. Park is located midway between 
Ashlaud, Ky., aod Huntington, W. Va. On one of 
the most complete Trolley Lines In America. The 
Only Summer Place ol Amusement between Ports- 
mouth, Ohio, and Parkeraburg, W. Va. Now pre- 
senting High Class Vaudeville and Roller Skallng 
to BIG business, which will be capacity as the 
weather gets wanner. Reason for selling, have 
other business which requires my personal and 
undivided attention. If Interested, address I,ock 
Box No. MS, Columbus, Ohio , Terms of sale— CASH. 



AT LIBERTY, AFIER JUNE 2, 

rOH BUSIER STOCK 01 SEP., 

JOHN E. KANE, 

.11 'VE.VII.KK. UIAH.U'TKRK, HKAV'lEH. 
Address, until June 4, 1'lilta., Pa. 
After that N. V. CLIPPER. 



BAND LEADERS. 

Bona-B.de Show Band Leaders, mention this pane, 
andaend 10c. for "THE HOOSlERSLIUK" for full 
Band, a comical Indiana Intermezzo, by U. A. 
VanderCook, with Funny Buslnes-j.foi'Trotnhone.H, 
Newest— Noisiest— Funniest— Rest. Price to all 
others, 40c. net, postpaid. FRANK HOI.TON A 
CO., 107 E. Madison St.. Chicago. 



SNAKES, 

•8.O0 OP. PYTHONS. 

Choice lot Pythons, all sizes. Good feeders and 
handlers. Also Pine or Turtle Head Snakes. 
Lowest prtcert. J. HOPE. 36 N, 9th St.. Phils., Pa. 



MUTOSCOPES 

FOR SALE. r, 

( hare twenty Wood Cabinet Mutoscopes. Just the 
thing for Carnival Wen,forsale.at$2t.eaon. Guar- 
anteed in first class condition. Get your pictures 
and ohancea direct from the Hutoscope Company. 
Quick action Is necsssary If you want the bunch. 
Address "MUTOSCOPES," 

Hawkins Bldg., E. 14th St,, NeWVork. 

Waited at Once, Sober, Hustling Bill Poster, 

To take charge of No. i Advance Wagon. One 

who can contract If necessary. ■Versatile Perform- 
ers. State if you double brass, and Musicians. 
Name very lowesl. To Join on wire, 

TWOS. L. FINN'S NEW UNITEIt SHOWS, 
Permanent address, llooslc Palls, N. Y,, or route 

hi CLIPPER. . ; -■ v.r 



AMATEURS. 

Wc Instruct and prepare 'you'rer the stage )iy 
man, and secure engagements. Hcnd stamp fur 
particulars. 1>U SHANK SCHOOLS, Box 737 
South, Bend, Ind. ...... 



from all kinds of 
Tom People, for Beach k S:IiuIIz'r V. T. C. Co. 
Houte: way 24, Traer. Iowa; 26, Rein hick; 20, 
Orundy Center. 

Or address U. N. KCHCLTV., Ackley, Iowa. 



CARS 



FOR LEASE, 8ALB 
OB 6T0BAOE . . 
Repairs and Alterations Had.. 

HEW JERSEY CAR WORKS, Passaic, N. J, 
CANES AND WHIPS. 

Immense assortment of Canes, Knives, Plash 
Ooods, Jewelry, Jap Parasols, Umbrellas. Fancy 
Whips, etc. CLEVELAND CANE CO,, 
f 1 .'-!'""" foam Cleveland. Ohio. 



AflUSKlKnT 



Sua KV«,KH1UBV, 

Btff proflts; Dealer, and 
Agrafe, write for whois- 
aala ealalof ol tie latest foaalea, Boreltles and 
Pocket Tricks, csi verbal 8Cppltoo.,iola 
Mil. •».. Ohlcato, m. btahltahsd <«M 



Hall for Rent 

For Rehearsals. Fine Piano. 
0O88Wrcit,Uir«, 350 Flrat A»s., New York. 



BM *-*. m^ VIII It IOIIPAV , . 
%a** V^ awV Best Indep^udtui time, 
tu. r. AUAMs t CU, u; W. mil hi , New tort. 



PATHE Fill 

ONE QUALITY. ONE PRICE. 

—12 CE NTS PER FOOT— 

IS. BROWN'S BI LUCK 



3.1 I'KKT, * 1 0.114. 

OOMEDY. 






I'JIl KEI-lt. - 

OOMI 



:ov. 




17-. I KK1'. IBt.OO. 

REALITY. 




F 





.111 ntar. *-.n.-M. 

OOMEDY. 

— —— — — . — 

WRlTt: FOR DKSdliPTlVK UATALOtUH 

Pathe Cinematograph Co., 

42 EAST 23rd STREET, 35 RANDOLPH STREET, 
t NEW YORK. CHICAflO. j 



1VA1VTBD, fOZ- 
RiO© ^Conley's 

SCOUT'S REVENGE CO. 

IjThSurceHrirul Week, Wmler Camas, Playing l and :t Day SIsiiUh (no iiwlliifcs;. llisl inn-ipninioiUitiuii 
and treatment of any car show on the road. Wo novcr i-loae. i'X people hero mat have worked To 
i,a.froin 1 lo 7 vcara). 3 ACTOIIK uh (Iciteral Bus. whi. Dniihh 1 liraas, Tlui-o doing specialties given 
ptWercncc. 1 WOMAN for (lomiral Hits, who ran tin AI Baiit'liig .siimnnliy . II. nmi O., (lupd Hlldo 
uud ciai tonettc. To wilier Artists that double wo will iwy totter salaries tliaii any show of tills t'liar- 
ftclcr. Tlokets advanced west of Ctitcago.'-Kagllmo Johnson, <if Peabody: Clint and lli^ssln Holihln*, 
wire. Wrltoor wire, JOS. .1. CONLKV, nanafssr, us pvr Route, or ainorlllo. Tsxas. 



SAN FRANCISCO BOOKS. 



IB PAliKS AND I Ol Kit. 

HE At 'TIKI I.I.V II.LlSllUI'lill. 

UPL.KM1IDLV Willi I 'K». 

PI.VKI.Y PKINTEIl ON «<MID I'APKR. 

MA JIPLB, IU, . 



•a.so 

IO.OO 

I I.OOO IO.OO 

Oash with order. 



HENNECAN & CO.. Cincinnati. O. 



EILER'S RIP VAMrWINKLEwina* 

w.wi'H Curnet, Violin, clarionet, II. and (i. Will pay half of fare to rullablo puupir. Nnveiith season, 
Wlhtiiraud HuintiKT. fimy lost four days, on account or earihuuako, aw* April 1*1,1004. Hiiiarlcs 
every Sunday. Two car show. Sleep fungi, •. Ootid sccHmuioil»ili»n». "No iHin/lng." t\t* In Omaha 
In Sept. Also want people for 

"KIlnTO OF THE CATTLE RING" 



iMv tiwu properly; piratic keep on*}. Upon lu Omaha lo Hepl, 
AO'lrcss Rocltfonl, Wawli., :ii; Pulrlleid ■>', llnirlwiu. Idaho, :.: 



l.lO-i' 

Wallar.i< 



limiillug bund preferred. 
1, I'wr . Wliittf.inorc, la. 



Wanted, for Mystic Shriners, 
ONE NIGHT, JUNE 15, 

FIUST CLASS VAUDEVILLE ACTS 



It. D. MtlllliAN, Ml Wll.on At.,, l'l„. .Innil, (>. 



BENNETT-MOULTON ' CO., 

Summer and Regular Season, Kepcrioirv Paaplaln ail Hues, luolinllng Spi^-lalty Tram wtiti play parta 
Women with good single npecialiy ami souk* pariH, I'nijieriy ttnu, puns and sporlallv.awl Carpr-uler 
anda good Rep. Agent, heme lowest salary, cncloHlng pniirmuiiiiox urid iihofos. Conaldcrsileni-ea 
p illte negative. W. A. PAI.TKLI.O, W Court St., tJuHc No. |.», Hostou, Mass. 



WANE FOR, SUMMER STOCK, 

L tailing Man with UH., and iJiAiiislIt: Peo lie in i II llnui, or tMinploiu HmauMn Ntuck Co. Cau't ho 
loigiKsl. Cull iiartlculars tlrslletter. H/KKV, 

J. T. NUntE, Mir. WONDERLAND PARK. WICHITA. KAN. 



wanted, foii all 

Bummer, FINEST PABK 
in South. 

ItflATISli, IIATUINO, riHIIING, 
IIUNTINU. IT'M Ol* T(l Villi. 



Mm Weights Park, dam, "T?"' 



opera Principals, 



iMiicIng r mi uh lilrl.-, Ura- 



Playlnir Col. V,. IIamllUli'< 



THE DANCING VIOLINIST i;,!,'i!»| 



.%«>*, lltKiklng for Smnnii-r ami m-xlsi'SSiiii, 



Aililr-.M o: .VKKI- tilh HTItF.KT, N. V. OlTV. 



J. HENRY EOWLEY, TftMlri ' al Mum - m "• il " ew T,rk 

y v a-v * «v v« mm m | AUo UlmMtt B | Jou Tu Mtre , p,t»rsott, N, }, 



422 



THE NEW YORK CBrpPMR. 



June 2. 



▲II ^onifi 3i«t Rfich n Not Later 
Than Monday. 



Mond»r. 
DRAMATIC. 



Adams, Mantle (Charles Frobman, mgr.)~N. T. 

City 28 June ». 
Angliri, ^larimrei (Hour; Miller, mgr.)— Boston, 

Ma? 1., 2S June 9, 
"At Told Id tbe Hills" iWci. F. alaao, rcgr.) — 
.. Milwaukee, Wis., 27-Jiwe 2, HI. Paul. Mlou., 

S-H... 
"Al Cripple Creek," R. J, Cnrr-enter's— N. Y. City 

28-Jnne 2. 
Blanche Bates (Datl.1 BHn»™, ngr.)— N. X. City 

28. In-leflnlte. 
Bernhardt,, Mme. Haroh (Win. P. Connor, aigr.) — 

l»Ht*hi|r«, Pn., . June 2. Baltimore, Ml. .'., 

I'hlinclrlpliln 7. Sprlngflcl-1, Ma-., ft 
Burgess, Nell (David Tower-, mgr.)— N. Y. City 

28-Jtroe 2. -i 

i ttfrown. Kirk (J. T. Maejulley, mgr.) — Hallfai, N. 

«.. 28- J line It, 
B reckon rl.lgc Slock (Edwin Barrle, nj|T.)— loin. 

Kan.. 2H-Jnne 2. ' • 

Brown-Baker Slock— Milwaukee, Wis., 28, Iridefl- 

plte. ,., 

feyron Stack— Hpntaiie; Wash., 28-Aug. 18. 
^Brown of -Hnrvnnr (Henry Milter, mar.)— N. T. 
.City -S«. Indefinite. 
VRrtlfoprHjIlftiw." Lincoln J. Carter's— Chicago, 

III,. June :i». 
"Banker's Child" (Harry Shannon, niifr.l — Folk- 

ion, H. Dak., -In. Asbtoti HI, Aberdeen June 4, 

Bryant 0, Lake Pri-slnn 7; OlObam 8, Hownnl I*. 
Curlrr. Un. I.p«lle (David Belattco, mgr, i — 

Hrooklrn, X, V,. 2R-.Iunc 2. -Holvoke, Mam., 

June ii. 
Crnxman, Henrlella (Maurice- CampMl. mgr.( — 

Buttle Crw-k, Mich., :tl. lAlataotOO June I. 
Cornell Stork (W. B. Cnrarll, tngrj— Bnllpr, 

I'd . 28 June 2.- ,' 
CrntlocNi>vllle*(.(*lini«, H. Neillle, uifr.)— Curutier 

IbiiM. Md., 28-Juue P. 
ConnorN Hinrk (W, G. Connor*, mgr.)— St. John, 

N. B., 2ft- J line 2. 
Claire. Arthur 14.,. Stock— New Bedford, Mans., 

L'S Jin P 2. * ' 

"Checkers" (Cornel Ins Gardner, wgr.) — Phlla-lel* 

titiln, Pfl., 28, llulemilte. 
"Clansman" ((tea, ,H. Bminan, mgr.)— N. y. Clly 

28-.!iu*e 2. 
"Crown of Thtinw" (Plill Hunt, mgr.)— CU Ira go, 

III.. 27-Jiiiie 2. 
"Convict's Hnii|jhier" (l-'dwird R. Salter, mgr.) 

— Nashville, 'IVnn., 28-Jiine 2. 
"Cniivle.ru Daughter". (W. T. Borer, mgr.) — 

Lewlston. Me., IIO, Walerillle ni, AugQati June 

I. Bangor 2. Bumfarrt Fattln 4. 
Wiey, Henry K. iW, N. Lawrence, mgr.)— N. Y. 

City 28, liHleunlte. 
Dure, Jane (Edward R. Baiter, mgr.)— Philadel- 
phia. Pa.. 28-Jiine 2, Montreal, Can., AM. 
De Vowt, Florence i.I. B. Hotnour. mgr.) — Ja^k-* 
■ -(ill. MICK.. .'Il-.liine ii. 
Dilger Mock ' (Frrd Dllger, mgr.)— Bennington, 

.V T 1.,-28-Jime 2. 
"Duru: Thorne." Rowland A ClHTnrd's — Kansas 

City, Mo.. nJm a. 
"Dora Thorne." C. R. Hnlllvnii— Both, Me., SO, 
, Rockliml St, Waterrllle June 1. Augusta 2. 
"Kriraneil from Sing Slag" (Marlln J. Uliou, 

mgr.)— N. Y. City 28-Jnne 2.meaaou emR 
Penberg Htor-k ((leu. M. 1-Vttuerg, mgr.) — Newark, 

N- .1.. SB-June 2. 
I.'lM-berN 'I'beatre Stock IR. ( U. Weleb, uigr.)— 

Dcufer, Colo , 27-Jnly 2S. 
Fleming, Mnmle Hf.i H-: Oiacey. , mgr.)— Atlantic 

City, N. J.. 28-June 2. 
Fnltou Btock (Fuiton Broa., tngra.) — Lincoln, 

Nebr.,' 26. Inileflnlte- 
■Tgoiorr (ilrl" (Chas. r. Blaney Amuse. Co., 

merM— PlU"burg, I'm-, 28-Jwoe 2, BitfTalo, N. 
J?.. 4-9. n 
"righting Fate" |W». Ryno, mgr.) — Toronto, 

Can., &8-Jiine 2. 
Ooodwlu.i N. C~Ht. Panl. Minn., 2&H0, Mlnne- 

tlollB lil-Jtilie 2. Pea MnlneH, la., 4, Kan<<aH 
\Clly. Mo., T-n! ■ ■ 

Olnnltau Block, (P. If. Olimlvuu, mgr.)— New 

Bremen. O.. 2ft*.Intie. 2. 
(llf*nrd-ilaerhig--Rlnftinlilgtoti, VId., Jnne 4-tl. 
"GlrU..\VIU He GIHh" (Wm. A. Rratly. mgr.)— 

Portlsnil, Me., Rl>, l^wlalon ill, Rocklaml June 
t'l'^BAth 2; 
••(Inveritfir'* Son" (IVthan ft llnrrla, atgrs.) — At- 
lantic City. N. J., untune 2. 
■THvl Pataj" tDe Canlopn ft Rbuclei, nigra.) — 

N. Y. Clly 28, lnrierU>lU>. 
, Hun) Slack. IM. A. Hani, mgr.)— Tra Terse City, 
/Mich.. 88-Jnne 2., F.llt Ugpiila 4-ft. 
Hernlil Sonar* fitoek (Ritter ft Kannbawe, mgra.) 

—West field, i'a., 28-June 2. Oaleton 4-0. 
Hu»ter;ilradrora Ptoyera — Hartford, Conn., 28- 

JuTy-U. i ■ . 

HiVnter-Bradfonl Stock— Sprlngfl«d, Maes., 28, In- 
. definite. 
Henderson Stock- (W. J. A R. R. Hemlernon, 

mgra.)— Karl? Ille. la., 28-June 2, Oetweln 4-0. 
Mammon, Maud MBrnyham A l/ipetat, mgra. ) — 
,i Blctimond. Vt., Jitne 4-0, Hlnealturg 7-fl. 
llai-rfpi-l'Brklnami .Stock (Root. H. Harrin, mgr.)— 

Dnlln*. Tei.. 28-Jnne U. . 
Iilckman-Bliai«p.r iKvnuk W. JenkH, mgr.)— Rock- 
. ford. III.. June 4-it. ...... 

Harvey, Prank J. (Ggo, A. Btilllvan, lam. mgr,)— 

RondiHit. N. V., 28-Jnne 2. Stamford 4-1). 
Holderi Broa. Blocle-Urantl RauUU, Mich., 28, In- 

deflnlle. 
"Heir In Hit' Hnornh'' (The Klrke La Bbetle Co., 

mgra.) — Clili'iiK'i, HI.. 28, tiKleflulte. 
.■'Holy Clly.*' nSwaaj iJajjAfl (Kdward Tay- 
', lor, mgr. I— Montreal. Can.. 38-J(ine 2. 
"Irlah I'liwnhTokera," Mark ft Siieara'— St. John, 

.-N. a. Jnne 4-0 

"In a Woinnn'a Power" (K. 0. Andrcwa, bus. 

inur. ■ — Baltimore, Mil., 28-Jnne 3. 
Klintt, Iloaelle. (Svmf. fShlnman ft Co., mgra.) — 

8lierl>moke. Can., : ! .n. Berlin. N H., 81, I^wla- 

ton; Mr., Juiw I. Hi. -John. N. H.. T-l». 
Kclley. W. J., Ktock— N. Y. City 88, ludeflulle. 
KcvHinno Draniallo (Man Arnold, mgr.)— Kenue- 

Inuik. Me.. HI- June 2, tt'atervllle 4-11. 
Keimeiiy PlnyerH (Ben Lewla, mgr.) — Cornwall, 

Cnn.. 28- J mie 2. 
King Slock |J'iHe|ih King, uigr.)— Terre Haute, 

Ind., 28, liulelltille. 
l^irii'Knn <V Stunv Slock— Memphis, Tenu., 28, In- 

drflulie. 
LWliigMinii Si.M-k — ToliHin. I).. 28-Jnne ft. 
"I .Inn and Hie Moiiw." Fjixlcrn (Henry R. liar- 

tl«, mift-. 1 — N. Y. Clly 28. Indefinite. 
"I. Ion mid the Mmiae,** UVilern (Henry R. liar- 

iIk. mgr.l— flileago, III., 27. IndeUnlle. 
"I.lllle CMllciiat" t MnnkM tt MacVltly, nigra.) — 

HutTiilo, N. Y., 28-JniH> 2, Toronto. Can., 4-H. 
Maim. UhiR mid Clara Llnman (rthnheri Bros., 

i.!Ki'» i I'lih-iitoL HI., 28, Imldliillc. 
Murphy. Tliuoiby (T. K. Sannrtera. mgr.)— Daren- 

iiort. la., :iu. 
Melville. Itiwe (.1. 11. Stirling, uigr.l—Wa^hliiR- 
. Ion. I). ('„ 2H-Jinie 2, Plltnlmeg. Pa., 4-tl. tea- 

aou ■■■nil", 
Mtrklellanter Stock, Kualern (W. II, Harder, 

iilgr.t--Kenkuh, In., 'J8-.lniic art. 
Mvrkle-Hnrder Slock. Weaiem (Ktigene J. Hall, 

mgr.l— Port Huron, Midi,, 28-Jnly I. 
M.vrble Harder Slock, Soiitlieni (t.ntlioore A l.elgb, 

iBgrn, i — Qiiltn-v. 111.. 28-Jiuie:i. 
Mnrka Slock (Tom Mnrki. mgr.l— Isliiieiulog, 

Mich.. 28-Jlllie 2, Hancock 4-ft. 
MIK-liell'K All Slor Stock (It. Frauk Mllcbell, 

iligr.) — WooiiHocket, It. 1., 28-Jnne 2. 
Moure. I.ii Vernn, Stm-k (Kwter lliilchlua, mgr.) 

— Hrouk, 1ml.. 28-Jtme 2. 
Mallei- Slock (Plill Mailer, uigr.)— lliitluml, VI., 

28-.liine 2. nellowa Pnlla 4-tt. 
McCnlliun Stock lW. H. McCiilliilu, mgr.)— Port- 

luml. Me., 28- Indefinite. 
Miwre SlOk'k—ltnclieNlei-, X. Y., 28. hideDnlle. 
"Mntlldu"— Phllnileliililii. I'a., June 4-0. 
"My Wife** Family" (W. XlcOowau. mgr.)— SI. 

Paul, Minn., IT-Jiiwi 2, Mlnnea|MillB ll-B. 
Nelll sit.i-k (.limits Nell), mgr. )— Hocliester. N. 

Y„ 8K. ludeiliilie. 
New Kuglaiid Players (Braytiain ft l,a|>olnt, mgrs.) 

— Turner** Fiillw. Mima., 28-Jnne 2, Catnlirldai', 

N. Y.. Ha, 
Nve. Tirtil Pranklln— Clarkuvllle, Tei., 28-June 2. 
*ll«>r, lleiM'ur- - N, V. City June 4-H. 
O'Xelt, Nanci> (McKee Rankin, mgr.)— Portland, 
i Mc, ML ill. 
"Old Clutliea Man," Howlnnd ft CHtTonra (Daia 

Seymour, mir.i— Clilcaru, 111., 28-June 9. 
Pulge, MnU'i (llemy F. WIHard, uigr.)-^Jick- 

i-on villi-,. I-'Id.. 28, ln.lclli.ltc-. 
lvrnelil-Hp|nwnc *C. D. Peruclil, mgr.) — Knox- 

vllle, Tenu.. 28. Indefinite. 
I'hlppK, Chia. 11. (Wni. Morrh, mgr.)— BurliiiK- 

nrn, In., -28, Imleflttlte. 
Prlngle. Julunile — Portland, Ore., 27 June it. 
"Prince Chap" (W. N'. Lnwrence, mgr. )— Chlca|o, 

111.. 27-Jiuio I). 
.RiiaHell Broa. (I). Frank Dodge Ob* mitra.)— N. 

v, city sa-jum* a. 

Heiiirrnw's Jolly Pnltifliidera (J, N Betitfniff, 
mgr.l— N'alchcr.. Mini,, 2S-Jnne 2, Blirevepuri , 
I.U., !Mil. 

Jtnble Theatre (O. D, Ueaae, ugr.)— Tonupah, 
Ncv . 28-June 24. 

''Royal Blaic/' Nurth, Gordon ft fieaueti't (Pred 



Miller, mgr-)— Kankakee, III., 80, Morrla 31, 

Jollet June V 
"Royal Hln»o. Eaat, Gordon ft Bennett's (Col, 

C, W. RoberU, nagr. )— Berlla, Can., SO, Gait 

Bl; bMHaf Jnoe 1, 2, Rtdgeton 4, Chatham 0, 

Ingarwll 0, Pari* 7. Stratford 8, Slmcoa ft. 
"Rip < Van Winkle," Southern, W. A. Btler'a— 

Wbeniherford. Okla.. Jnne 2, Poaa 4. Rrkk '>. 

ArrarlMo. Tex., ll. rtiannlng 7, Delhart 8. 
"Rip Van Winkle," Western, W. A, Kller'a— 

Rockfonl, Wish., .11. Fairfield June 2. Hsrrl- 
i nod, Ida., r., Wallace 7. 

Southwell. MarJorle (Don J. Dorrla, mgr.l— Hlgb- 
: land MIIN, N. Y„ Jnne 1. Monroe 2, Florida 4, 

siiffern 8, Wnsblngtonvllie 0, Gardiner 7, New 

Palts 8, niasco ll. 
Blandlnn. Ony, Stock— W'ashlnglon, D. C, 28, In- 
deUnlle. 
Southern, aiaimcer (Roland A. Oahom, mgr.) — 

WlnaiMl-Sjilejii. It. C 28-June 8. Gnldoboro 4-0, 

New Rem 7-». 
flwalu ■ Theatre (Mack Rwaln, mgr.) — Seattle, 

Waab.. 27, Indefinite. 
"Struggle for Hold" (A. J. Wnwla, mgr.) — Scbur- 

ler, Nebr., 4, Humphrey* ft, Madison >'., Norfolk 

"Smut's Herenge" (Joseph J. Couley, mgr.) — 

Vernon, Tex.. 28, 2ft, Qnenab nil. 31. CbUdretm 
' June I.' 2. .Memnlil" 4, clarendon- ft, it, Amsrllln 

7-fl. 
Trescott, Virginia Drew (Jusetdt Sblpman, mgr.) 

~-Mltine»|KillK. Minn., 27-June 2. 
Tyler, Oileiie. Slock K'larenceT. Hoykin, mgr.) — 
. Wellington. Ii. C, 28, Indefinite. 
Tucker, Klhel, Slock (Mack Rroa., mgra.)— Salt 

■Lake Clly. P.. 28. IndeUnlle. 
Tntlhv Claire. <\Y. w, l^polut, bna. mgr.) — 

Maawna. N. V.. 28 June 2. 
Tempest Dramatic (J. I.. Tempest, mgr.) — Berke- 
ley Sprlngn. W. Vn., 2K-Jime 2, Harper'a Ferry 

4-1*. 
"Trm'y, the Outlaw" — Newark, N. J., 28-June 2. 
"l-tah" (I- A. Karle. mgr.l— Bangor, Me., :tu. 

Cnimleii 84. Rockland June 1. Relfaat 2. Cas- 
. title 4, Old Town 0, Slachlos 7, Fastport 8, Ca- 

la I- ft. 
"Uncle Tom'a CnMii," Al. W. Martin's* (Rd. ft. 

Martin, mgr.)— Chicago. III., 27-June 2, seawi.ii 

etido. 
"Unrle Tmii'e Cabin." Htetsmi's, Kawlem (Grant 

Lire. mgr. | — Philadelphia. Pn.. 28-June 2; 

(treat Neck, N. Y., 4, Port Wasbluglou ft; Ray 

Hhle 0. 
"Uncle Tom'a Cabin." Terry's— Lake Worth, la., 

.F 1 1..*- 2. ] I ii n Ion loo 4, Dougherty ft, Dumont (I, 

PnrkersbnrgT, Dike 6, Traertl. 
"Uncle Tom a Cabin/ ' Beecber'a— Ludec, Alia, 

Can., 30. 
"Htirlp Tom's Cabin," Beach ft Schulli's— Clarion, 
. la.. SO. 
Van Dyke A Katon (F. Mack, mgr.)— Aurora, III., 

28-June 2. 
Vate, Louise. Block (Trarera Vale, mgr.)~flyra- 

i-iise, N. Y„ 28, Indefinite. 
Wulsh. Blanche iWoeenbnls ft Kemper, mgr*.) — 

Ray City. Mich., :li). 
Wnrflel.l. Pnvhl (David Belasco, mgr.)— N. Y. 

Clly 28-June 2. 
Wlllar.l, a H. (Choa. A. Moore, mgr.)— Montreal, 

•Cm., 2831. 
Warren. Rebecca, Slock — Indianapolis, Ind., 28, 

Indefinite. . 
William** nml Walker (M. H. Raymond, mgr.)— 

Chicago, 111., 27-June 2. 
Wlnnlnger Dm. 1 Own (Frank Wlnnlager; mgr.) 

—Menominee, Mich., 28-Jtme 3, Oconto, win,, 

'4-B. 
Warner Ctunedy (Ben R. Warner, mgr.)— McOre- 

Kor. la., 2b. Imlcfliilte. 
Wuoilwaril 8lock (Woodward ft Burgess, mgra.)— 

Sioux Cltr. la.. 28. Indefinite. 
Wnllack Tlieatrv (Dublnnky Bros., mgra.)— Rock 

Island. III.. 28. Indefinite. 
"When the World Sleeps" (Mlttentbal Broa.' 

Amuae Co., ingrs.) — Detroit, Mich., 27-Juce 2. 

MllftlCAL. 

Aborn Opera (Ullton % Sargent Aborn, mgra.) — 

Hilton, S. J.. 28. imletlnlte. 
Butler. Helen May, aud her Band (J. L. Spahn, 

nilir .j — tlalieatoD, Tex.. 28-Sept. 12. 
Blnrk Paitl Troubailr.nr^ (Voelckek ft Nolan, 

rnyrO—Matilinthia Beach, N. Y„ 30-Jnn« 2. 
"Beggar PrliKv" 0|»ru (Harry Lea Velle, mgr.) 

— Dnurtlle. 111-. 28-Jnne 2. 
"Beggnr Prince" Opera (P. A. Wade, mgr.) — 

Fort Wnrtb. Tex.. 27 -June 3, Galveston 4-1U. 
Oarie. Rlcbanl- (Chas.. Marks, gen. mgr.)— Pitt*- 

mtw. Pa.. 28-June 2, Bo*«ton. Mass., 4. Indefinite. 
Cbnintwrlalu mid hi* Bund — BtngliBmton H | N. V., 

■ 28. IndeUnlle. 
Cnnsdlan Jnhllee Singers (W. T. Cary, mgr.) — 

Norrls. Minn., .11, Hancock June 1, Belllnuhuto 

2, :i, Nastuiit 4, Madison ft, Dawaon 0. Clark- 
field 7. Morton 8. Pranklln 9, indefinite. 
Drury. Tbeo*lare, Orand Opera— N. T. Clly 28- 

Jone 2. 
Ducc and his Band (Frederick Phlnney, mgr.) — 
.Rochester, N. Y„ HO, Geneva, mat-, and An- 
. barn 31, Rome, mat., and Otlca June 1, Uod- 

trcal, Can., 3-16. 
Flaber'd Opera (John C. Fisher, mgr.)— Balti- 
more. Md.. 28, Indefinite, 
Flecher'a Military Baud (Chas. M. Fischer, mgr.) 

—New Orleaiu, La.. 28, indefinite. 
Flsber'M Orcbeatru — Kalamazoo, Mlcb., 30, 81, 

HIllHilule June 1. Kalamaioo 2. 
■•Oltigerbi-carl Man" (Rrnden ft Peters, mgra.)— 

Clilcago. III.. 28-June 10. ... 

"Gay New York" (W. B. Moore, mgr.)— RIIm- 

belh, N. J., 30. 
Herald Square 0|#ra (Frank T. Klnttlng, ugr.) 

—Hamilton, O., :I0-Juiie 2, Wheeling, W. Va., 

4, Indefinite. 

J ic , De W< 
ly 2B-Jnue 2. 
Hdituii, KriH'Hl (Gen. H. Harris, mgr,) — Baltimore, 

Md., 28-Jnne 2. 
"Ills Honor the Mayor"— N. Y. Clly 2ft, indell- 

nlte. 
Iltnls and his Band— Chicago. III.. 28-June 2. 
luiMTliil Opera (flarrlson ft Turner, mgra.) — Aa- 

nury-Park, N. J.. June 4, Indefinite, 
JniiiH, Klale (Llelder ft Co.. mgra.)— N. Y. Olty 

28-June 2. 
Juvenile Dnstonlau Opera (W. B. Sherman, mgr.) 

— RevWstoke. B. C. 30.31, Kamloopa Jnne 1,2. 
Kilties Band (T. I*. J. Power, mgr.)— Syracuse, 

N. Y.. 30-June ft, Krle. Pa., 8. 
LHierAira Rami— Waahlugtou, D.O., 28. Indefinite. 
May, Kdna (Churlea Prohmau. mgr.) — Loudon, 

ling., 28. ludeUnlte. 
Munlelll, Mine.. Kuglish Orand Opera (Henry 

Plncue. mgr. )— Turoulo, Can.. 28-Jiuic 2. 
Munhiiltnu .Oisra — Klnilm. N. Y.. 28-.1uue 2. 
"Man from Now" (Henry W. Savage, mgr.) — 

BoMtou. Mose.. 30, ludetlulte. 
Rotnl Artillery llinid IJonepU De Vllo, mgr.) — 

Baltimore. Md., as, iniletliille. 
"Rosalie" t Nixon ft RltntUenunn, mgra.)— Plilll- 

delpblu. Pa.. 28. ludetlulte. 
Stewart Opera— Hiwhesler. N. Y., 28-June 2. 
San KrflitciRcii 0<»era (Itussell & Drew, nigra.)— 

Seattle, Wash., 28-.luue 2. 
"Soelnl Whirl" (Slittbert Bros., nigra.) — N. Y. 

i itv 28, ludefltiite. 4 
"Siiiitent KIuk" (Henry W. Rnrage, mgr.)— Chi- 

rngu. HI- 28. tudellniie. 
Templet on, Fay (Klnw ft Krlnnger, nigra.) — 

Chicago, III.. 28. Indeflnlte. __, 

"Three Graces" il.yuum R. fllover, mgr.) — Chi- 
cago, UI-. 2S, Indefinite. 
"Tourist a" (Sliubert Bnw.. nigra.) — Philadelphia, 

Pn.. 28-.lt.Hie 2. Boston. Mass.. 4, IndeUnlle. 
■Tinpire" im. ll. Singer, mgr.) — Chicago, 111., 

28, liulefiiihe. 
WIIIh Musical (John R. Wllla, mgr.)— Vlckshurg, 

\ll«, 27-Jnne ll. 
\VelM>r'i*. .loiin C Mllltarr Rand— Detroit 28- 
June 2. New tiimllc. Pa„ 3, Pittsburg 4 0, 
Bl HI r.SWl F AM) VAl'UrVlLI.K. 
Americans (Kilwlti 1>. Miner, mgr.)— N. Y. liltg 

88-Juiie 2. 
Avenue Girls (Geo. Hale, ugr.)— Cleveland. O., 

28-June 2. 
Black Crook Jr. (Harry Hasting!*, mgr.)— Chicago, 

III., 27 J line 2. 
Bowery RnrleHipier* (Joe Unrtlg, ugr.) — N. Y. 

('Ily 28-Jnne 2. 
Rotieiiiluii* (Baruey (Hrird. mgr.)— N. Y. City 28- 

Juiie 2. 
BroadwnV Olrls (James H. Curtln, mgr.) — N. Y. 

t'lty 28-June 2. 
Clly Sport* (Phil Sheridan, mar.) — Boston, Maaa., 

28-Jnne 2. 
Derere'a. Sum. Own (Gus Llenlng, mgr.)— Mln- 

Heupolla, Minn,. 27-Juue 2. 
Daintr Duchess (Rush ft Weber, mgra.)— Balll- 

nioie. Mil., 28-JntiP 2. 
Empire Riirlesnners (.1. Peunessy, mgr.) — Chicago, 

111., 27-June 2. 
Gov -Moiiilim Glories (Sam A. Scrlhner. mgr.)— 

Brooklyn. N. Y., 28-Jnne 2. 
Gulden ('rook (Jacoiw ft. Jermoo, mgrs.) — Pitta. 

Imrg. I'a.. 28-June 2, 
Hleb Itollen* (A. II. Woodhull, mgr.)— Providence, 

ft'. I.. B8-Jnne2. .. 
Howard. May, Kxtraragania (George P. Learned, 

miir.i— sit. Paul, Mian., 27-June 2. 
High School Girls (Alfreil Mayo, mgr.)— Wash- 

melon. D. C, 28-June 2. 
Horn's Vandetllle (W. N. Horn, mgr.)— Bhermon, 

■Tex., US-June 2. Paris 4-B. 
Irs in- Bin Show < Fred Irwin, mgr.)— Brooklyn, 

N. Y.. CSJune 2. 



Imperlala (Jesse Barna, mgr.)— Pittsburg, Pa., 
18-Jone 2. 

Ideali (Sim Wllllaraa, mgr.)— Duloth, Minn., 27- 
J tire 2. . 

Jolly Grata Widows (Gas W. Hogao, mgr.) — 
Chicago. HI., 87-Jnne 3. ' 

Lyceum Theatre Stock Burlesque (Chas. R. Tay- 
lor, mgr.)— Waihlngtoo. D. C„ 28, iDdeflnlte. 

Moonllijit Maids iDovlrt Krona, mgr.)— Newark. 
£ iZ 2B-Jun*> 2. 

New Century tllrla (Chas.- W. Danlela, ngr.)— 
Kaniss City, Mo., 27:Jnne 2. 

New !.ondon Gnlety Olrla (Cliff W. Grant, mgr.) 
—Montreal, Cnn,, 28-June 2. 

Orientals (W. B. Watson, mgr.)— Jersey City, N. 
J.. 28-Jnne 2. 

Parisian Belles (John Grieves, mgr.)— Toronto, 
Can., 28-Jnne 2. 

Runaway Girl* (ivter S. Clark, mgr.)— Balti- 
more. Md.. 4-1. 

Star Show Olrls (W. Fennwy, mgr.)— Milwau- 
kee. Wis.. 27-Jime 2. 

Utopians (W. V. Jennings, mgr.)— Boffalo, N. Y., 

til la— 2. ■ „ 

Yankee Doodle Olrls (Louis Harris, mgr.)— Pblls- 
•lelpbln, Pa., 28-June 2. 

MINSTRELS. 

Donnelly's, Tommy (Jack W. Stokes, mgr.)— 
Miller* Fall*. Ma**., June 2, Fltchburg 4-H. 

Dumoiit'H — PIiiaburK. Pa.. June 4-10. 

HI Henry's— Kalamasoo. Mlcb., 30. Benton Harbor 
81, season ends. 

New York (0. L. Silver, mgr.)— Uk* NebagamoD, 
Wla.. 30. Clonitet, Minn., June 1. Two Har- 
bors 2, F.veleih 4. Blwahik ft, Virginia H, 
Grand Rapids 7. HemklJI 8. 

Pierce ft Harrlaon Bros.' iGeo. W. Pierce, mgr.) 
— Ufa yet re, Ala., 30. 

Richards ft Prlngle's (Rusco A Holism), mgra.)— 
Montreal, Can.. 28-Jnne 2. 

TRNT Ntlinvt. 

Bornum ft Ralley'n— Rochesier. N. Y., 30, Syra- 
cuse 31, Pllcn June 1. Glovemvllte 2. Kiiigninu 
4. Albany ft. Troy (i. Rntlaml, Vt., 7, Bnrllng- 
lon 8, Monipeller II. 

Buffalo RIII'h Wild West. Col. Wm. F. Cody (Fred 
B. Huirhlnxoii, mgr.) — Vienna, Austria, 28- 
Jnne 14. 

Carnpl*ll Bros.— NVllgli. Nebr.. 30, Plainrlew 31, 
Boneslerl, S. Dnk„ Jnne 1, Norfolk, Nebr., 2, 



PiOTICB TO CORRESPONDENTS. 



lady 30. Coboen 31. Pltlsueld. Ma**s., June I. 
WestAehl 2. •Mprlngoehl 4, Ware 5, Worcester 

0, Flfckburg 7. 

Clark's, \i. L.— Llrlngston, Tenn., 30, Cellna 

June I. 
Cole Bros.'— Con neant, 0„ 31, Dunkirk, N. Y„ 

June 1. 
Pareiiaitth ft Sells BroH. 1 — Youngslown, O., .10, 

PalusTille 31. Kljrla June I, Tltfln 2. 
Finn's, Tbos. L— Ludlow. Vt.. .31, Ea-t Wallluit- 

fur.l June t, Mlddlelown Springs 2, Poottney 

4, Groiilville. N. Y., ft. 
Oay*a— Nashville, la., 30. Baldwin 31. Monmouth 

June 1, Center Junction 2. Wyoming 4, oxford 

ft, Toronto 0. (.ondnii 7, Wheatland 8. 
Gain* Bros.'— BowersvUle, O., June 1, Sablna 2, 

Wilmington 3. 
Hargreavc'x— Lock Haven, Pa„ 30, Jersey Shore 

31, York June 1. 
Jones (j; A: Jotteo, mgr.)— McDonald, Pa., 30, Ti>- 

ruiiui, <»., June I. 
Lucky Bill's— Hloomlugton. Nebr.. 30. Franklin 

31. Rlrerton June 1, Red tnouil 2, Bluehltl 4, 

Bladen -'•. t^iiiiphell 0. Uplaud 7, Hlldretb 8, 

Wilcox 0. 
Lowery Bros.' — Hugerstown, Md., 30. 
Mel bum's— Bancroft, Nebr., 30, Peuder 31, Rm- 

emou June l , Waterburr 2. 
Ringling Bros.'— Reading. Pa.. 30, Harrlaburg 31, 

Suubnry June 1. Willlamaiwrt 2, Du Bola 4, 

Rldgwsy ft, olean, N. Y., 0, Bradford, Pa., 7, 

Warren 8. Krle I). 
Robinson's. John — Angolo, Ind., 30, Kendallvllle 

31. Klkbart June' l. Jollet, III., 2, Peoria 4, 

Keokuk, la., 8. 
Robhlns'. Frank A. — South Pramlngbam, Mass., 

80, Mllfonl III, Dedbam June I, Qulocy 2, Ply- 
month 4, Mtddieboro ft. 
Snn Bros.'— Kllxa bet blown, ind., June 1, Madi- 
son 2. 
WinblHirn ft De Alma's— Merlden, Conn., 30, 31. 

MISCFIM.ANEOI'S. 
Rostock's Animal Arena (Frank r.'Roslock, mgr.) 

— Coney Island. X. Y.. 28, Indefinite. 
Reader Kntertnlnmeut (Gen. T. Clarke, mgr.) — 

Glaxsboro. N. J., 30-June 2. 
<'rulk<<bank— Portage. Me., June 1, Wsllagraaa 2. 
I'ook-HarrlM (Br A. Cook, mgr.)— New Berlin, 

N. Y.. 30, Walton 31. 
Davis, Geo. I... Amimemeiit Carnival — Fort Gib- 
sou, 1ml. Ter.. 28June 2. Nowata ft-9. 
Flint, Mr. and Mr-, ill. L. Flint, mgr.)— South 

Bend, Ind., 28-Jnoe 2, season ends. - - ■ 
Finn's. Tbmt. L., Shows— Perklnsville, Vt.. 80, 

Proctorrllle 31, Plecbvllle June 1, Middletown 

Sprlngi 2. East Walllngford 4. 
Georgia Coon Shouters (H. La She, mgr'.') — Turtle 

Lake. Wis.. 30. Snooner 31. Cumberland June 

1, Haywood 2, Ashland 4, Rbinelarjder ft, 
Odanab 0, Saxou 7. Bememer 8, Wakefield 9. 

Hayes' .Moving Picture* (Frank A. Moore, mgr.) 

-^-Toronto, Cnn., 28-30, London 81 -June 2, 

Ottuw* 4-0. . * 

iMetropolltan Shows, 'McDonnld ft Campliell's — 

Fuyette vllle. Ark.. 30, 31, Rogers JOne 1. 
Miiiuiv Carnival — Bloomlnglou. III., 28-June 2. 
Maria's Specialty -(Al. Murtt, mgr.)— Caribou, 

Me.. :* Mnr- Hill Jnne 2, Montlcello 4, 0, 

Hoi i iron 0. 
Mnrkle's Sunny South Boat Sliow— Poca, W. Va„ 

30. Bancroft 31. 
Powers, P. J. — Covington. Vn., 28-June 2. 
Price's Floating Pa luce — OreeuslKtro, Pa., June 1, 

Point Marlon 2. Morgautown, W. Vn., 4, 
Sevcngala (Waller C. Mack, mgr.)— MansfleU), 
■ O., 28-June 2v Marlon^-ft. '" ■ -".■ • 
Ten Kyck ft Hlcka'-.-OHaco, S. Y-, 2B-Juae 2. 

HI STRICT 'OP COLUMBIA. 



Wnalilniftoti. — At DHt Columbia ( Locke tt 
& Su-.ndliig. managers*, this week, "Htm 
Waters Ituti Deep. Lost week, "Liberty 
Mall" was well patronized. 

BRlANro (L. Stnddanl Taylor, mnnnger), 
— Thi» week, rhe Odette Tyler Stock Co., In 
"The Advertnres of l.ad.v Hrsulu," except 
TiiPMln.v eveotug. 2I>. when Sanili RerDbnrdt 
nppearj* In I he seennd act of "I/Algloo:" «ec- 
oud net of "Hamlet," aud the third act of 
"Frou Frou." Lant week, "The Cowboy aud 
the l.ailv" llDd exvelleut bitalnetta. 

acadkmy itv ttUKrC (J. W. Lyons, maua- 
ger>. — This week the season of this Iiuum 
fi.wi's, with Rase Melville, lu "Sis Hopkins." 
Lust week, "Tracy, the uutinw," packed Ibe 
lioiine. 

Lvi'RUM (Kugene Kernan. manager). — 
This week, the High Scnhnl tHrls. Last 
week, the Bnltluiore Benotles scored a great 

SUCCORS. 

Ua9rrtTT*ft Huns.' Clttriis this week on tlie 
rlrcns lot. 

, Li na Park (denrge K. GUI, manager). — 
This iii.igniilci-ut ivwoi'i opens with Its tiumer- 
oiih Hitrncilous. The vondevllle features are 
furnlNhed-hv LllierntPH Hum! and the Bessie 
Yalilnrc Troupe of Sis English Olrla, hli-v- 
.llnls. . The o|ie»lng wna wllnessed try good 
Ihrongs of jteoiilc. who itppreclated fully (ho 
suipfiultiiH venture. 

t : iiv.n v en ash Lakk Paik ( Herbert 
Clfiude. innnngcr). — This favorite resort 
opens iliN wei'K, wllli ulghlly concerts by a 
scrllnn of the V. S. Marlue Band. 

I lUMftinftB Bi:ac!I. u bay side resort, 
opens i'T, with Haley's Haud as nu attrac- 
tion. 

«a» 
NRW llAMPSIIinK. 



^Iniichr "iter. — Thi* Opera House (R Vt. 
Hfirrlogtuu, oinuager) Is closed fur Ibe sea- 
sou. - . ■> ■ 
■ Park Thkathk (John stiles, nianager). — 
Tile, stock compline presettted "Hold Fields 
of Nevada" May 21-23, tilld "The Belle of 
lUcbmoud" 24-20. For wrek of 28, "A Oullly 
Coosclence," from lh« pen of a local man. 
II. L. Cate. 

Notes.— The Cummins Wild Wesl Rbow Is 

looked fur June t.'t The A I. P. Wheeler 

sIioivh are now lourlug litis Slate, lo big 
business , ... ..James P. Conner returned to 

bis home lien* M:iy 24. coming direct from 
Michigan, where he ended b successful win- 
ter season with n stock company. .... .Kd. 

Kellev and'Al. P. Hrnlth. better known as the 
Partello Rros.. nnd both Manchester boy*, 
•re villi Ciinimlos' Wild West Hbows. 
. ! — ■«.» 

CiiARt.r.H Rtrvknron, who for several sea- 
sons has been leading; man for Mrs, Carter, 
resigned the position May 28. 



Our theatrical 0Qrru90*&nt$ are heriby 
notified that the credential* ttoto held by 
them expired on June J. TJkep are requested 
to itturu them to thin office at once, for 
nqpPsw 'for ttOC-lWJ, 

8 i» 

NKW YORK STATE. 

BntYalfi. — At tbe Star (P. C. Cornell, man- 
ager) the stock company, week of May 28, In 
"Mistress Kail." "Impmdence" proved - 



winning and capably presented play. 

Ltckum f J. Lougnlln, manager).— The Ly- 
ceum Players. In "Bast Lybne," tbla week. 



.Mrs. Leslie Carter did nicely". 

CoNVgNTiox Ham. III. L. Meecb. custo- 
dian).— Creator** appears 27. Boiler skating 
Is tbe principal amusement of tbe Summer 
nertf. 

miira's. — Booking* for week of 28: Mar- 
garei Wycberly, In "In Self Defense ; 
World's Comedy Four. Three Seldoma, Me- 
lon! Troupe. - Midler and Corelli. Lawrence 
nnd IlnrrlnRton. Tom Brown, Mlea Nevaro 
nnd JacolM' dogs. II. F. Outcanlt and a splen- 
did bill crowded the house last week. ■ ■ 

■ Lafavrttk (M. Bfiffg, manager).— Tlie Uto- 
pians. 28 week, Incliiding: cnnnlng, Marlon 
and IVarl, I^tllc Blackford Jiud ,L- W. Jess, 
to lie succeeded by the osuol Summer stock 
production. Charmlon and Ibe Tiger Miles 
did nicely. 

Acaiifmy 1 1*. C. Cornell, nianager).— *' A 
Little Outcast' tbls week. "The Factory 
tHrl" wee* of June 4, closing tbe. Reason. 
-The Coventor's Pnrdon" drew fairly good- 
nixed bouses. ' 

Likn'h Alrar.UM. — Probasco, Sbaw and 
Shaw. Uessie Nitron, Kathleen Potter, mov- 
ing -picture*, and "Aga'' form tbe current of- 
ferings. 

Athlftic Park (R. H. MacBroom, mana- 

f:er). — Vaudeville appearances 28 and week 
ncltide : Flora Browning. "DHda," Qtiigg, 
Mockey nnd Xlckerson, Lllllau and Shorty 
Hewitt, nud Fontl Bonl Brothers. Among 
ibe many out-door attractions DiuaV- Band, 
Immn the bumps, figure eight, circle- swing. 
ye olde mill, merry -govround. temple of mirth 
and North Pale received favorable attention 
and jMirronage. 

. NnTi>. — Hj inum tt Bailey Circus 28, 29.. . . 
The conspiracy case, many times postponed, 
nf tbe old Court Street Theatre va. Kmplre 
Clrewlf Co.. Is expected to be reocbed In 
Supreme Court tbls week. Many out of town \ 
managers have been subpoenaed. 

Rorheatcr. — At the Lyceum (M. R Wolff, 

mriuager) the Summer season begins with the 
Stewart Opera Co., In "Itorothy,"' May 28. 

Natiosai, (Mai Htirtlg, manager).— -I**ot 
lis secoDd week, that of 21, the >elll Slock 

Save a most excellent Interpretation of "A 
iflchelor's Komance," to good bualnefts, de- 
r*uke ibe extremely warm weather. James 
Nellland Kdvthe Chopman strengthened the 
good impressions they made the previous week. 
The entire cast gave excellent support, tbe 
result being a very even performance. 'Tbe 
Amazon*" 28 aud week. 

Bakek ( J. II. Moore, manager). — The 
Tlvoll Musical Comedy Co. presented, week 
of 21,-. "The Sultan of Bagdad." to good re- 
turns.- Jack Henderson and George Ebner, 
In comedy roles, scored heavily. Daisy 
fJre>ne, prima donna, has been compelled to ' 
retire on- account of throat trouble, and her 
place Is being succeasfully tilled by Georgia 
Campbell, who Joined 211. "The Belle of New 
York 28 and week. 

Cook Oprb*. llni'SE (J. H. Moore, mana- 
ger). — Tbe Hummer engagement of the Moore 
Stock Co. (extremely popular locally) begun 
21, with "The (ilrl \Vlth the Oreen Eyes," 
in a packed house. I£IUe licit, the new lead- 
lug is.lv of the. organ Ixatlon, immediate!* 
made good. Bert Lytell, as usual, made a 
big lilt. Business throughout tbe week was 
good. "By Jtlgbt of Sword" 28 and week. 

Coiiinthian (Henry C. Jacobs, manager). 
—•■The present season of this bouse was erased 
week of 21, when ' the Trocndero Burleequers 
held full sway. Business was excellent. The 
Grahams, the Wilsons, and Mackle and Wal- 
ter, in tbe olio, were well liked. Tbe boose 
reopens lote In August. 

us r.in in Bfach Park (James Clancy, 
omuBement director).— After a thorough 
overhauling, this popular resort begins toe 
season .10, with Ijurs and his band, for a 
very limited engagement. Beginning June 4, 
and for the weelt following, on tbe lawn 
there will appear; .Miller's elephants, -the 
Jncfcfton Fnmily, the Sawardas, cWnnlla nnd 
Kddy, and Ceorge and Arlington. Many new 
features have boeu added lo the park, and 
the outlook for a successful senson Is bright. 

HUPI Havkn Park IB. E. Wilson- mana- 
ger). — This beautiful hoy retreat Inaugu- 
rates Its iiiiii; season May 28. Everything 
here bas been redecorated, and a new light- 
ing plant bas been Installed. At the open 
air theatre, beginning week of 28, "Moll's 
Orchestra (local), ibe Three Rio Bros., Tom 
Hlllen, Short and Shorty, and Chas. II. Law- 
lor and daughters. Thos. M. Kershaw Is 
musical director here this season. 

Hea Rrerxr 'Pa hk (B. E. Wilson, mana- 
ger). — No acts billed liere until about June 
10. although the season opens May 110, with 
Genesee Valley Band (local). 

Notks.— Tbe Casino Theatres, both at On- 
tario Beach Park and Sea Breeze Park do 
not begin their senton* until the middle of 

June Hagenbeok's Shows played to two 

ft. R. o. tents May 17 The Baroum & 

Bailey Shows will he here for two perform- 
aurt»H 30. 



WQRST eASE'Q F ECZEMA 

veiuusCure by Cutlcura. 

"My son, who is now twenty-two vhm 
of age. when he was fourinohths old, L«. 
gan to have eczema on his face, spreading 
quite rapidiy'umilfhe was "nearly covered 
We had all the doctors around us, and 
some from larger places, btft no one helped 
liim a particle. The eczema was some- 
thing terrible*, arid the doctors said it was 
the worst case they ever saw. At timej 
his whole body and face were covered all 
but his feet. J. had to bandage his limb* 
and arms ; his scalp was just dreadful. \ 
friend teased me to try Cuticura, and I 
began to use alt three of the- Cuiicuri 
Remedies. He was tietter in two mouths, 
and in six months he was well. Mrs. R 
L. Risley, Piermont, N. H.^ Oc t. 24, 1905." 

Ibe 'first time. MajT&S. Mr'and Mrs. Ratn 
Thorne, Imilv and- De Vere, the Great Her 
bert, Thlboult Bros., Dan Regan, and the 
Magic Kettle appear 28-Jnne 2. 

CAKIKO I'aok. (J..P. R Clark, manoKeri 
—Bill week of May 28: Uurav-Most jJi 
Hardman, Baby Owen and company ' Cor- 
donnie, Llhble and Trayer. and Reff Bros 

CnsiMixa" Wild Wkht 28. 



Troy.— At Proctor's (William H. Graham 
resident manager) hill week of May i'« : u Pr f 
Leslie and Roliert Dal ley, Bryant suil si 
vllle Jane Courthope and company, Fleauur 
Henry, Taylor Holmes. Kenyou and Lie 
Gnrmu. Pongo and Leu. Dave Genaro and 
Kay Bailey. This will be the last week <_! 
vaudeville for tbe--seasoa. June 4 Proctur'i 
Plftli Avenue Dramatic Co. will oueu, In rep- 
ertory, for the Summer. 

Lranm tBums OEIlam. manager). — Miss 
Crawford and company, in "Mistress .Nell," 
plaved to capacity bouses all lust week, and 
Ibe same hill will continue week of 28, 

Babnl'u & Bailky's Show June 0. 
*X~» 

NEW JERSEY. 



Newark. — The Sotbero-Marlowe Com- 
pany played a two doys* engagement at the 
Newark Theatre (l*e Ottolengul, manager), 
May 25, 2(1. "Borneo and Juliet," "Men-bout 
of Venice" and "Taming of the Shrew" were 
clevrrly rendered, and well appreciated by 
good audiences. The 'theatre Is uow closed. 
- PaormR's (K. V. Proctor, manager). — Bill 
ibis week: - Ned Waybtirn's "DaisylauuV 
Hengler Sisters. Ijoulse Beaton and t-ompsn*;. 
Watson, Edwards ahd Hutchlngs i-omuout, 
In "A Vaudeville Surprise ;" Jsw Sully, 
Harryt Brabam, Three CartmelU, and Kates 
bros. In -last week's bill Horace Wright, 
who made bis debut Monday, '2], was re- 
ceived with great enthusiasm. He is a New- 
ark boy who bas a high tenor voice, and ap- 
pears to advantage as on Italian fruit vender, 
tie la at present under tbe- management of 
Herbert E. Eblera. n local newspaper man. 
, Columbia til, J. Jacobs, manager). — The 
second and last week of the Fenberg Stock 
Co. finds business moving at a fairly good 
pare. The specialists tbls week Include: 
Marie McNeil. Fred Duprez. tbe Barnard*, 
and Madeline Buckley. This bouse closi") 
for the season June 2. 

Bi anet'k 1 J. H. Buckeo, manager).— 
"Tracy, the Outlaw." with Joe Tottea feat- 
ured, 1st the- last attraction for ibe season 
here, which ends June 2. Manager Rin-keu 
will receive a benefit June 4. when u big 
vaudeville bill will he given. "A Man or 
Myilery" closed here May 2(1, to moderate 
business. 

Waldsiann's IW. -8. Clark, manager).— 
The present Is also tbe closing week at this 
hotlsc. with the Moonlight Maids on tbe 
boards. 'John F." Burke is featured. "Wise 
Mike" and "A Night at Newport" are tbe 
two burlesques. The .Bowery Burlesquets 
did fairly well 21-26. . 

Notks — Th? three Summer parks near 
Newark — Olympic, Electric and Hillside — 
opened for the season Saturday, May 20. Tbe 
Olympic has the Aborn Opera Co., In 'The 
Mascot," This company was very success- 
ful last season, and bas. again been engaged 
for the entire season. Electric Park opeos 
with vaudeville, as before, and Hillside be- 
gins with an equine .show. - The various 
games, shows and apparatus for all kinds of 
entertainment are again running In all the 

parks Past Exalted Ruler C. A. Wenlsch, 

of Newark I,odge of Elks, was presented last 
week*' with nn emblem of office by his fellow 
members Work bas been started on- tbe 
new dub bouse. 



rimlra — At the Lyceum IM. Relsi man- 
ager) moving pictures depicting the scenes 
niter the California earthquake, attracted a 
fair-sized audience May 24. "Busier Brown" 
ployed n retnro engagement 20. 

Hialto IE. W. iMrConnell, manager) — 
The following people continue to please* 
Uorlle Woods. Towuer Hlsiers. Leslie and Sn- 
voy. James Ii. Prondlove. Hlaltoscope' and Il- 
lustrated songs. Business Is good. 

ROHir-K's Tm:.vniK (Henry Taylor, mano- 
ger).-— The Father Malheur Minstrels (local) 
played 10 capacity business all last week. 
the event marking I he opening of Hie Olen 
Then 1 re for ihe Summer season. Tbe Groto 
Moral) -will give an entertainment all tbls 
week, after which the regular Beu.-on will be 
opened with the Manhattan Opera Co., under 
the direction of Manager Taylor 

Cr.tiRiiKiR I'auk (Enoch Little, manager) 
— This popular Summer resort will he form- 
ally opened io the public Decoradon Dav a 
uu 111 her of uew features having been added 
to Hi? list of popular eotertultimeuts far the 
louilug seosnu. 



li-tlen.— At Ihe Majestic (Wlltoer & Vin- 
cent. moDagers) the Frawley Slock Co 
opened the pa si week. In repertory, nnd drew 
big house. It will remain over. 

Vtica Park (Ar-rara A Ifcmonue. mnaa< 
gers).— ftaibR Orchestra, dancing and -.on- 
cert Snnoavs, 

DRwni ' Mi"*ic Hau. (David Barry, nana- 
gc.—ihls week: Tllmnn and Davis, Mae 
Plane. Sadie Branagau, Be-wie Newman 
Hlancbnrd Sisters. Luhi" LVene, and d"lUe 
Aurtliers. 

• •SEFteS P- ■*Ml* formerly manager 

of ihe Majestic for ShuTiert Bros.. Is at pr«. 
ent acting u uislueas manager of the Pilu- 

cesa Thratre. New Vork Xlarv Vau Biire 

who ban been at naly'a Theatre, New Vork 
in "( onslii Ijon se." will join the T. Daniel 
fiStt»*!** ( °- ,llls *■»■*■. «* leadlDg lady 
Madge Corcoran who has pinyed flu* lei dl rig 
role, lenves for Sprlngileld. Bm, to Join Tu 
other stock company. 

— ia ■ 

Bln-ghamtoii — White City (Wm Ken- 
dall, manager) will be op en lo W public for 



Trenton — At the Taylor Opera House 
(Montgomery Moses, manager) the advaure 
sale for "Our New Minister, May 20, pointed 
to capacity business. 

Notrs.— Mrne. Sarah Bernhardt will pro- 
duce "Catnille" June 4, In Masonic Hall 

Sprlug Lake Park opens 28, with vaudeville. 

Frank Wlnkfer, the young Treutou 

musician, who Is rapldlv gaining local dis- 
tinction, has been selected aa the director of 
tbe Casino at Sprint*; Lake Pack this Suai- 
mer. Last Fall Mr. Winkler wan made lead- 
er of the Taylor Opera Honae orchestra, and 
for flu- Brat tjme in years, selections l»v that 
orchestra have been encored by the audlem-es. 
Manager Moses, of- that- house, was so well 
pleased with his conducting that he has re- 
engaged him fur next season. Mr. Winkler 
ploys several Instruments In addition In lue 
violin, nod plays tbem oil well. 
a 

Pnte-r-Min — At the Family (John J. Hu* 
bertus, manager) business last week was 
good. Bill Tor week of May 28: Mr, and 
Mrs. Nick Hughes. Ruth Ciarnold. Aston 
ond Wallace. "Riefrled." Tbos. V. Bay. Wil- 
liam Buse and Ihe cinematograph. 

r'AIHYLAXD THBATRR i Melville & Schlllt- 
lielser. managers). — Tills resort o|iened '**, 
lo large returns. The following comprise 
Ihe opeulog oh): Pantzer Trio, Gavin and 
Piatt, Bell aud Richards, Marie Ia* Roy, ■* 
Namee aud Bertlnl. 

NitTfi.— The Lyceum cloaed Its regular sea* 
sou 10. 

a 

Jeraey Cltr*— The RiimwII Brothers hid 
medium hmloess at the Academy week t-uu- 
lug May 26. The house closed the tegmn 
seasiin on that dote, The Innocent Hoiai 
o(Tere*l r very Riibstanttal bill at the Bon 
Ton. to fair results. ,„. 

Bon Ton <T, W. Dlnklos, manngerl.— The 
Watsou Oriental Burtesquers. return dote, 
week of us, marking tbe closing of the reg- 
ular seasou at this theatre. 



MAINE. 

PnriiRnii. — At the Jefferson (Cahn * 
Oram, managers) William Mwreoce, ia 
"Ctah." attracted a fair herns* May 21. n"?, 
gave ex^llent aallafactlon. "Fablo Rouiaui. 
Sft. pleased. "The Convict's Daugbter- -«. 
"Daniel O'Cnnnell" will be given ■bTJ*? 1 
people, for charily. 28 : Nance O'Nell 30. *"■ 
'l*he Bartlev McCullnm Summer Stock t**- 
opens for the seasou June 4. • _. IA 

PoRTUKh (Jj E, Moore, manager).— ■"" 
usual good business condoned last n^ K 
Bill week of Mav 28 : Brown. Htrrta «n° 
Brown. Lillian Apel. Francis Byrne. Pa«r 
thy Kenton, Willis and Hassan. Leona Thiir- 
ber and Four Blackbirds, and the Three Bir- 
retta. 

■ H J a » — 

BVltA Eaiikr add ber husband, Jul' 10 
Story, sailed for Europe May 24. 



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lattara Mat for were BdvcrtlaeA, 
LAD I US' LIST. 



Ellfirortb 

ftrkkaoa, Knutv 

Rrjrer.- K. ■ A. ■ - 
JiHemwi .J«ii 
Kvuns, Lluffv* 
: ■^■•i- Chfercft 
Hilnwftils. l*r > 
l'rancin chwttr 
r#r«ry, DMr- 



Artgdl, May , 

A<l*ma. Uertrad 
Alberta, Tin.-* 
A<jam§. Anna 
Aula ton, Mabel 

Archer * Mlblej 
Allen. Florence 
lturnaioe. laalxl 
ltrltik. Jrsale 
Ilurna Kflthprinc 
Uridiey. 

Mrt. M. K. 
BrtmUCi- 

Berenice 
Baker. 

Mr*. Fan* 
Beonlngtoa. , 

Dsiiy 
Vrtsall, Ura. M 
Barrett, Juno 
Brooke. 

Florence I 
Bowl. Mum 
Burnett Ada H. 
Bailer. Consnelt 
Bagbeard Jeanct 
Belraonii Mrs. U 
bu) icy. Grace 
- Bamard, ' Mae 
Barker Mrs.H.I. 
Jlrown Mrs.ll/r 
Barry Margin ' 
Bunies, Nana 
jtatubelbr Nan 
Hcuner, Lnilly 
Bctinet CoMunt 
HiUliI, Kdltb 
Clark Sisters 

(Klcctrlc) 
Ccailln. Nellie 
Carlta. — 
Cuouer, ■- ' • 

. .-• Catharine 
CkUIiih, Krulce 
Gillauan, M. CI. 
Cliittrriou, 

Mamie S. 
Curtis. ■ Theresa 
Cornell. Mugrta 
Clwutller.AnDft 
Carroll, Anato 
Cliixet, Armaod 
Clatlln, Joatc 
Crulgliton, 

Mrs. .T. B. 
Clark, Gertie 
Cogswell. Sarah 
Carter. A unit? - 
Cuvk, Louvenla 
Coulon, MabelH 
Claire, Resale 
Carier, Anole 
IJagw u Ke Sisters 
Cllftoa, Pearl 
Carletou. Hasel 
Cnrrer, Roactta 

Crawford. 

lVluuii? D 
Carter, Bell 
Cuiueruo. May 
1'i'viLo, Dally 
Pafrwttl AUrle 
D'Annouil. 

Isabel 
Daralt, Matae 
Day, Mrs. Rout, 
Dale. Xjalay . 
Uiinridui KJleiiC 
Dlka, Juliette 
Dreui. Lorraine 
IH'un Ml as Bert 
LMiiiree. Llt-blo. 
I»e* -Verdi, Anna 
l>e I'M Ixonettu 
D'lty. 

MurKolHlnc 
lHxej, Mniire 
l>ean, Muble 
Kvaiw, Bessie 
Dc Omdi 'and 

Slieldou 
Kmns, May 
Klilua, Helen 
KtauH. May 
Krerett, : -llatb 
Kvatut, l*'lor- 
., ■ euco (2c.) 
1'inernoB Flor.P 
I'ltaktrsh, Anna 
Furtuua ueeelU 
l-Vti-ayili. Battle 
Freeman. Flor. 
Frederick Helen 
Fowler, Ait<le»K 
Fruitier,' Rvelyn 
(icodkhi FlorenH 
(iaylord, Bonnie 
tiumee, Alice 



Grahant Loretta 
tiltbert, Grare 
Graham LuuraV 

' tlH-l.1' I.UlU 

Gllmore Sis tern 
lardner. Mr-, i: 
■*tf'i.alr. Kd_-,i 
Grant, Viola 
Got (held. 

Mi--*. I'bll 
Gardner, Nettle 
Goodwin.' Saute 
Golden Francis 
Glaut. May 
Harold. 

"; Mh>."FrfilPric 
Hyde, Nettle. 
llanMHi, Marie 
ball, Kthel 
Howard, Ktit 
Holme-), tleacor 
Hlte, Mnbel 
lfammoiiil Minf, 
Hrj;npri"ei. Ola 
HayuM Hfstrk'p 
Eiamlltt'n. U. 
HaKtings Jeenet 
Liu I'tpj-. 

- Frieda V. D. 
KuDtlniton. 

Marffneritt* 
Hulls. Violet 
Bale, Helen 
Hall, JoKopulne 
Hooper, Nettle 
Hsndr, Violet 
iriltou. Mursle 
HoiiDHtrood. 

Alk-e 
Hathaway Alnin 
Irlaii, Dell . 

JolllM. AIUtIlI 

JonlaJi, Nellie 
Julian. Iialley 
JnnFen, Marie 
.Innea. Ada 
jHine»m Ormelo 
Kelly. Mnry 
Kemper. Dolly 
Knrr, M.iry 
Klnc.-Mrtt, H. 
Keiiiijiloi) Ailelii 
Kellopg. J/iltlc 
Kirk. Janetta 
Keane, Dorla 
KemiKly. Graee 
l.nelfer. :.oi:i-p 
l^wla, : Georgia 

Varlne, 
Mrs, Fraok 
1.^ Moyite, 

i ■ Christine 
f^e, Mamie 
1-nTour Beatrice 

I.nlelta. 

l.eoti. Klsle T 
i.f Clair, Loulae 
Lyle. Nonet le 
l.iivul Mlait Mile 
i.iinexka. Jeoe 
I.oimrJon Rlaniii 
Lambert, M.unle 
I.junette Towel' 
U Blanc Slsterx 
La Vail, IMil 
LanrreiKe Marli 
Laugley. 
• - Lowl« W. 
r.i'arn. Lottie 
i..nn.:i-:.-i. 1. 11,! 
l.ee. Stella 
l^alle. ).:- : 
LaMarr Mlaa B. 

i.awro'it'.-. 

Mrs. Win. 
Mackenzie, May 
Mlttoii. Amelia 
Maraball. 

Made] In 
'■■■■i '■!'], i,t- Cum 
Mereer. Either 
Mltobelh Miss 
.MurrlKOii. Mite 
Muywood Adelyu 
Mortimer i.lllni 
Maye; Helene 
Muccolt, Vlnna 
Mnttin Clara A 
Mule, Under 
Moore. Floreoei 
.Martin Blanche 
Mil j, Fannie 
MrAlplne Jennie 
Madcap. F.mma 
MIUk. Fmellne 
Miller Klliabetli 
Mitrrav, Mrs. W 
Marttti. t'nl-3 
Meek. Annie 
Miller, BeaKfc 



'■'■■ ".-;■■-, M. 
Mitchell. l.'.lUe 
Milton. Lola 
Monroe, Reulah 
Murray Sln.HW 
M tinning 

Twin Slaters 
Monitor Jeaneit 
MelTiiK Jean 
.Mar.Hhull Annett 
Memeyer. 

Ktliahetb 
Neville. -Keflltn 
Nawn, Margaret 
Klna, — 
Nk?kerwm. 

Klltabeth 
Ogea a, Prince** 
L"Hart Mra.Jas 
't.-erton, Be- ale 
Paul. Mrt dire 
I hiker, Renn 
Fulton. Uracc 
Pope, Hitllle 
L'Jiickney, 



I'lUlbroak, Alice 
Pepper Twins 
Uloliar-lH, MayS. 
Itoblns'jn, Maml 
ftyan, Carolyn 
ItmidRll, Floreno 
RadclllT Mr4:NII 
Iteld, Mr*. Jack 



Ray. Mrtf.Jonnlc 
fioj, Klbvrla 
Revere Slatern 
Sbrewanerry. 

Marg. k l.llllc 
Straw. Nina 
S"im*r», IMItbO 
e'barpIeHx Curab 
(inthcrlnitd. 
.... Mtiaette 

Mcirt-r, Lillian 
Snrratt, Vnleaka 
Stctie. Br- Hi 
Slerens, Pearl 
Mterllii't. Luclle 
Koyder, Cap. 
i^tune. Marlon 
St. Cltir. Clara 
>«vtllo, Mr». F. 
storey, Tena 
■Si-lrk. i:iMf 
Steward. Hatlle 
Snow, MIsh u. 
Shannon. May 
fltone, Amelia 
Shaw, Gladys 
Tipton. Bertha 
Tark, Mm. i~ S. 
Tyton, Lena 
Taylor, Belle 
Trow bridge. 

Helen 
IJ."fy. Mm. It. D 
Van (t:ini|> Itoiia 
Vi; Injure Mildred 
Venion, Helen 
Vpronn. Vera 
VoUm-Im, Viola 
Ward. I.ll't.m 
Wbltrord AnneB 
Wyckotr. 

Mra. Freil 
Walters, Adelald 
V'lieaton. I .tin 
West. Ktbel 
Weaeton. 

Ura. liddle 
Williams. Dolty 
Wugrnfulirer, 

Mhn* B. 
Whipple, Bayone 
WIlmeT. Winnie 
WcbNter, Margie 
\\nt;<. Lulu 
Wynn. BexHle 
Wanlorf Kvelyn 
Wright. Kdlth 
Wlnrott JennyA 
Webiter. 

Reatrlec 
Wenlou Flureuce 
Watson, 
• Mm; Cliaa. 1». 
Webster Blancb 
v.'i'iiifjL.-. Alice 
Walker. Mai 
VuunK, 

5Irt«. lidwin 
Voung. Hi I ma 
VotmB, Lena 
fttnne. Ml"- /. 
Zollo. Mile. 



Avery, Dan 
Anderson, Fred 

An gelt, Joe 
A I Tin, Mlihael 
..-■- i'i i , ' Fred 
Alien, Ulyeyea 
AruDitrciig' Limn 
A Ike. K. W. 
Aiiama, Fred H 
Allen, Jolin 
ArniatronrCIyde 
Aiciine.il, Abe 
Alela,- Two 
Archer tt Cartel 
Arniatrong Mux 
Aahton k. Karle 
Andrews K. C. 
Alureon Ygnat-Io 
A heme, George 
Uowmaii. Fred 
Barry & 

Woolford 
Brown, Ben H. 
Bailey. J. 
Barrett, Dan 
Boer l lint, Tlce 
Biirgei>» F. Daly 
BtajMi Alb, !•;. 
Benulugtun Billy 
BiFera. Mr. 
Baaren Ki-ed V. 
Ilarryjnn. Emllo 
Buker. C^us. 
Burrere & Jules 
Uercer. Ben 
Ruck, Wn. H. 

Il:-i;.'lM. M. 

lln.ei.us, P, R. 
Wxley, F^lgar 



(-EVIMJMKVM LIST. 



Back, sw. i;i 
Brandt, Al. G. 
Bertac. CiltTt- ; 
Beliivml. Harry 
Barlow .v 

Nlebun 
Barlow & Kaue 
Hell. Pete 
Brown, Tom 
IiHriiKr-1 Phil J. 
Bradford Harry 
Burke, J. W & 
• ' NHIeta 

llrowei-, Walt.S 
HrookK. Frol 
Bowera. Krettk. 
Buckley. H. 
Cnilg. C. B. 
Carroll & linker 
Clarke A 

Forette 
Clayton. Fred 
Conner*. A. J. 
Clwrry & Batea 
Carew & Hayea 
Clnro, ILlUicao 
Crww. Pmf.M.O 
Clifton, II. H. 
Clark, Geo. B. 
CarltWK 9t ' 

Huinlltoii 
Caanri >vDeVerne 
CiH'nan. Ben 
C-nie Fjmlly 
Carew It Hayea 
Carbt", Mr. 
Cvwper, Jlmnde 
Cunning, Ctiaa.fl 
riaiiiHi-. R. F. 



BarU-lt. Uarry 
nianklnahtp, 

Horace 
Breton, Ted 
Urllfcmhi. 

Mr. A Ura. 
Barlow, Ram 
Butt. Alfred 
Brooks k 

De Laoe 
Raker, Joe 
Bartlnfiton, 

Kidney 

Spxaent, tlaude 
rjaot, Tern 



l.ilHUHIlMII (l.iN.Jl WH'IHl 1 , Will 

Carlo-. Clian. iDaniuiun, Carl 



llarrnn?.ai. Kmll l^rentnnv 

Rethiiy. Ilerlart Clanahan R.N.M 

Bnrkliardl, O.'-J. 

Burgesa F. Daly 

Burke.' Walt. T. 

Borrowa. Boyd 

Blaue, Joe 

balll* JtFlckett 

Burke, John 

llurkc, Chan. H. 

Aowlett, Geo. 

Bernnan, Henry 

BlMolfl, 0. 

Bramwell, Win. 

Bell, P«te 

Bnali, Phil 

Blselow. Chaa. 

Baker, Geo. w 

Bums, Maur. J 



tiiok, 

Conlar. F. D. 
Colby Family 
Carlo, King 
Cnrrfttdj, Jas. F 
Cnakli-v, M. B. 
ClirUty, Dr. B. 
Clausen, Wn. 
Culligan, J. T. 
Calllcotte. 

Clyde B. 
CUITbrd. Nit F. 
Coi-cla. Aurdlo 
Cuimfngham WC 
t;Hr(H'nter. H. L. 
CufTle Pref.T.L. 
Cbriatle. Janie* 
Cbaae, HartddR. 
Clarke. Ueo. 
Conser'a Dojra 
Crowden, H. W. 
Corpeoler. • 

J. Fred 
('IHIorda, The 
(onlan. Ji'lin L. 
t^rennier, Tom 
Cnllen. W. P. 
Ohinnwn, K. W. 
Crowley. J. F. 
Gtl»e. Henry ' 
t'miiclipr. W. V. 
L'arr, Wm. 



Cornoli. V. B. 

Cummin.;*, - 
. ; F. & Kitty 

'..'•.;■; I l; ii ; & 

llayfts 
CsMtid & DeVefn 
Curew & flajpb 
ClllTuni Billy K. 
Clm-e Tommle 
Carl, -U. A. 
thai Harold 
rxmiieliiie JackL 
D-Mwi(liue. J. W 
DanleU ChaH.W 
DeaisMrl c. M. 
Dome, W. M. 
Dolil, SlMirty 
Dutibant. J. 
Doagherty Alt. 
De Itoelie. Sir. 
Djver. J. Mark 
DlirTy, J. J. 
Dixon, Henry r. 
De Bruin. Cleu 
DuFreaue, Ham 
Darldenfi. Fred 
Difkworlli. Kwy 
Tieliio, I'lilly 
De Becker. 

Harold 
De Vrle*. Henry 
De Iltwe. Mr. 
I tore. John 
De Lavya, The 
Dsnnel, l-'nmkT 
lleraro A Curt la 
Davey APbllllim 
1'un.i-t. Jaa. It. 
Derouile Cheater 
Duniiel Frank K 
Delarove, Will 



Dill. Max 
Dorriey Joseph 
Dutton, Wm. 
Dixie Kerenadra 
Dimt. t.A. 
De L.iiH^i (Mag. 
Boone, A I tea 
Dumoiid, J. 
Dldd Dtio 
De Velde, Bort 
Drurida, Al 
Dearer, Fred L. 
Darling. Fred 
DeVonde Che»tr 
Dllliiifin Cliaa.K 
IHekeit. Kmury 
Doiy, C. w*. • 
urury. John 
Dniiogliiie. J.W. 
De Renin & 

Lad ne 
Donoboe, J. L. 
Ultlnve, Julian 
(■jwrsiin, lilllj 
Klkliicitrti. 

Will II. 
Karle. flritliam 
Frtwln. D. 
rUlkttte. Kil. T. 
K»ertt, Geo. W. 
Krprett. H. G. 
Etius, Arthut 



Fh«W. J.-'Boeer Hlrk. Stttni B, 



Fuller. 11. F 
Free* HarryW. 
ramdixwe, A.L 
Fern, B. 
Forrester W. (1 
I'. ij t'b). Adonis 
rrankrord Jos. 
1 If men & Miller 
Freeman, FredD 
Fiftcber, G. U. 
I'itigerald, J. 
Fiacher. A. J. 
riatt, D. W. 
Flood, Frank A 

nam i. 

Fenell, Fred T. 
Feely. Micky 
Fleming W.Carl 
Kabel. Albert 
Francla Cheatei 
Fem.t. Joe 
Feru, HiM-m 
Flttaerald JaaH 
Funtera, Felli. 
Fowlers, Great 
Florida, Geo. A. 
Grimes. Artbui 
GarBelil dias.O. 
tiorman ft 

Leonard 
Grant. Cliff W. 
Candy. Clark U 
Gilbert, G. 
titirln, Karl 
Grelrier. Arth. 
(JalTln. Jan. A 
Guy Hti.H'k Co. 
Gardner. Dare 
Greer, James 
Grant, Cliff W. 
Usllaifber, Cbai 
Gordon. Cliff- 
Canyard, F. W. 
araiwni. Walt.J 
Go'irlev, Wm. 
tirabam, JolinU 
Green, J. Hdw. 
Gray. Louis 
Griese. J. 
Gllnaeetty Tony 
Grelner, Arthur 
Given, AL 
Greene, (J. M. 
Uit-Hon. A. W. 
Ure:iHoii. Wllber 
i -iirclon. LoufR U 
Graces, Three 
Grant. Bldttey 
Golden, Geo. F. 
Glboey, Wm. 
Gulunesn, ChH- 
(ilcnnoti, John I. 
Gardiner. Will H 
Gardner's MPO) 
GOrdou, MMM 
Gilllliinrl n. D. 
Grant. WultcrA 
Garden A; 

Kummeni 
Golden, MackF. 
t;a fc Ttout, 'Hie 
Glider Chaa. W 
Goodwin. Ben 
tinllliuorc- Arth 
Gourlay, Wiu. 
Grodslatky. 

I sun- 
Grahaui. W. 
Hart. Billy 
Hallen A Fuller 
Kabiia. J. 
Holiday. Geo.V 
IUII. Barton G. 
Karen, Frauk 1 
Klekey, Thos. 
Hammond, J.H 
Hendrls. Kills 
Kamlltuti & 

Wiley 
Hon*.-: Henry 
Hathaway. H. 
Howafll. M. 0. 
Halls, Frank L 
Iltttcb Bros, 
lluskel. I.'.!-e>- 
Howartl. Chas. 
Hull Albert A. 
Holmes. WtllisT 
Holmea, F. M 
Hennluga J. -Ir 
Herbert. K. M. 
Henley. J. T. ■ 
Herliert. Freil T 
Howard. Paul 
■licit, Dan 
Hanford Cbas.n 
Ilrani. W. S. 
Hnrrloiaii. Mose 
Hurder, W. 11. 
Hamllui'i Wiley 
llnudlnl, Harry 
Ilcft.ni, Tom 
Hanson. Harry 
Maawn. Kd. J- 
Halla. Frank L- 
llsnson Frank D 
Holmes, Framdv 
lloffer, Geo. F. 
Hnlght & Dean 
Hnyrteii A- Hayes 
Ifprljert. Bert 
Hackney, Clem 
Hutciiltia, - 
■ i Prof. G. D. 
Kertiert. Bert 
Hyde. Robt. D- 
Herbert, Frank 
llidloa, Cbss i'. 
Helton, diss. 
Hangc-oua CM. 
Hnrt. Billy 
Herbert. H- 
Harrington Lew 
HauiuHfixl. Blllle 
llaller. S. C. 
Hlckey, Will H 
Hasttug*. Ben 
Kearn, Jnea 
HerTner NelwnA 
Hall, IC'jeene J 
Hilton. Wm. 
Hsllowell. W.K 
llop|>er, John 
Huni|>Ure.vB. 

Tnomis 
Henderson. A.C. 
Huntley Geo. A 
Hamilton. Totlt 
llara?. Harry M 
Hane. Harry K. 
Hathaway. 

Frank 
Hurley Frank J 
Herk', I. H. t 
Harts, Mualco) 
Howard & 

i Hard-* 
Honan John F. 
Howard, Sam 
Hull, D. R- 
Hvlt. Geo. H. 
Hedge. J. 
Hamilton Ollle 
I wry. B- 
Irons, Mr. 
Irons. W. B. 
Jacobs Chaa. M. 
JiKka. Dr. R.M. 
Johnson Lmanul 
Jenuer. R. ' 
Jones. Bennle 
Jclmson, F. R. 
Jolmxon. - 

B. & Liutc 
Johnson. Carrull 
Jny. Ollle 
Jones. ■<*«». 
Jaekwiri. Geo-M". 
Judge. Chaa. 
Julian. Kdwan! 
JoliiMoif. R. n 
Jar* is, Bert 



Ksttmatrolh, 



P. H. 
Knill. M. J. 
KImhall, 

Hernun 
Keller. R. O. 
Kelly, Andy 
Kennev. Chas. 
list a. Krneet 



ll(-blti»on, K. 
-I'ljaa*. Ol«l 

ItVtuTfMll. K t 

'.-«V Prank 
lloMason -«- 
• ./ Urant 

fudcan. A.c. 



Kimball, Julius 
Keni>e*ly A . 

Krans 
Kelleber, M.J. 
King. Phil 
Kulia-Bros.. LI 
Kenned v, Geo.l. 
UVIley, Dan A. 
King. Will 
Kepler. Gene 
Keotb, Tooa. J. 
Kennedy Harry J 
Kelly. Chan. J. 
Keere. Mat 
Kopllu. Albert 
Kan. Kriir-tt 
Koltr, C. W. 

Keanedy, Jsa. 
Keoton & 

Lorralni 
Keller; Geo. 
Karmout, Chaa. 
Keltons. Mus. 
Keebtj Trio 
Kenny, Geo. X. 
Kuan- Bros..' 'A 
Knowlea J. Ha: 
KIbk, Joacjih 
Keime-ly Tony 
Kemble, Georye 
Klbbk-. Wm. 
K raise, Wm. 
Logoe, Jamea 
;>-.'.■]-, Oscsr 
I.ifbert, Hum 
La Sell, 0. A. 
Leonard. J. H. 
Lcjple. John 
Ijons (Jugxter'i 
La Mar. Benaon 
Luna, AL II. 
I* Iteane Hsrry 
fjord, Chas. 

I.titvllt. J. 

La Crok, Paul 
l.n-n. Rltcllle 
Leonard, l"' 1 lio 
Leeelt, AL 
Lay, Kd (Drum. 
Lafayette Lyrlc4 
Ijiape. Fred 
l4onso h Elliott 
Lemuels. John 
1-eReniK Family 
lang. Frank F. 
Lowande. Oacar 
l.iKtei. Alfred 
l<ona; Dr. Jaa.C 
Irfnter, Dr. Geo. 
IJItan. Harry G 
Lewis, Oscar 
Lyous. Herbert 
leonardi JohnX 
l<ery, John 
1a Vail, James 
levers Kdwanl 
le-. Hnrrr W. 
loves, The 
Lane, Thoa. Tl, 
Lawrence. Jul 
Lewh, K ( [-,vnrdS 
Ijiiire. Julea 
Marselh. MasR 
Majestic Mus. -1 
McNalr. N V 
Mack, Kugcnc 
Uefdy, 8. 
McGee Con t well 
McNultr. Will 
Merediths Th rev 
Miller. Ijemard 
Millmun Ttio 
Mitchell & 

m Browning 
Monte-Mym (tk 
Mack. Dick 
Masse. B. 
Merrltt, Hoi. 
McKee, Harry 
Merrlt, Hoi. 
MrKee. Harrr 
Morrow UalnhA 
Mis, Clayton I 
Mnrfret, (%as. 
Martin. Kd. S. 
Mtdoucu. Wm 
Murrj. Frulrlck 
Moore, Alfred 
Morrow, RalphA 
Morrlaoo ChssP 
McCaffrey Jim 



Miller. Ray W 

Mi* I Jo we 11 Oixdn 
Morgan,- John 
Me*t. Clins. J 



NOTICB TO CflitRlflSPOMOBJirs. 



raw 

Koblason, chas. 
httsal. Frank 
Utmsdell. J. J. 
Ititdd. Joe Arlb. 
Itnbln. Kujfene 
IKIeher A Hou( 
Itamsa, Geo. 'W. 
tUiger*. L. O. 
IlicketU Curl B 
Roaar, P. C . 
Ray. J. T. 
Royer, Archie 
Reed, Miles H. 
rtllchle, Mr. 
Rounds. Ed. 
Reynard, Kd. F 
Rlrrhlnaon Geo. 
Russej'a Paris. 

Nov. Co. 
Roland, B. L. 
Ilyan, O. H. 
RoaeD, Jns. K. 
Rmisetti. Dare 
tit ■» it. Arcble 
Hkkanl, Billy 
RnMn«n. W.H. 
Ridge, Edney 
lUuf, Claude 
Rondeau, tieo. J 
Itoaa, Dave 
Russell, Fred 
Rapier, John H. 
Riley. Robt. 
Russell, Kdd. 
Klley. Will P. 
Booney. Pat 
Hliarple-is Ed. P. 
Hmltli. Wm. A. 
smith Wlnchess 
Hmllh. Ike 

(Llghli) 
Sweet Clover 
Co. . Miir.j 
i. Harry 
Seymore. Arthur 
Slum- Com Co. 
Sweeney, Joseph 
Sto,w, Jaa. 
Hlnwn. l<ouln A 
r*eo*flle, Burt 
Kloreb. A. T. 
£v*olon, P, J. 
here's, Chester 
s,i!errn'. Great 
Kciiinldt. tl.Fred 
Utewnrls.' Music 
Stanley Harry 
Sondrord, Kd. 
searlec Arthur 
Suragban. 

Edoioud 
Epaldlng Wllber 
Kurk, Tbco. 
Snow, A. W. 
FJweatniau. 

Willis P. 
Sage, Paul A. 
Skyles, James 
Sbllls. Obua. 
smiths. Musb-il 
.Saundera, Chalk 
Starr, Harry 
Heward, Freil 
Sbrode, Chas.W 
Slides. Will U. 

SlHlTul.l. Al. 

Km lib, Geo. W. 
Schiller. i»i 
Schilling, Carl 
Sutton it Sutton 
Sutlon, Copt.lt. 
bimoit. Murray 
Salter, Edgar 
St. John at 

. Le Fevre 
Sloop. Fred Jr. 
Smith, F. B. 
Suleh k Bm- 

mtrauil 
St. BelmoreJIm 
Simon, H. H. 
Squires. Wm. 
shuy, Cboa. J. 
Stafford ASIoiie 
HIimw, Larry . 
Stratton Cumpb 
Schwenk John A 
Salinonde. J. If 
Somera. W. A. 
Shay. Chas. 
Shaw. Alice 



McFarltnil. Lee - teuton. Fred P. 



Stanford. 

Maurice 
Spencer; Eddie 
lliomaa. Wui H. 



Morrlssey Jno.FTeel. Geo. M. 



Major, Carrlck 

n.i.i :■■■.!! n 

McKen-ia, Mr. 
UoORVP. 

J.- k Belle 
Muck, Wilbur 
Millar. '.' C C. 
Met. Our. 4 
Matliewa, J. C. 
Mack. 11. B. 
Miiltlnml. I'hllli 
Murgaii. a-la. F. 
Mltcltell. M. 
Merrill U-slerR. 
Murphv, G.Tlieo 
Mondaell'i, .Al. 
Meeker. Baker 

TrW 
Monroe. W. W. 
Massey & 

Kraruer 
MHck. Ben F. 
%loon, A. h. 

Musician ) 
Mel.et-id. Ken. O 
Mitchell ALove 
Mars, I,. W. 
Mnrrlssey T. P- 
Muvollo, i>=w 
Millar, C. C. C 
McNully. Gus 
Morton, Joe 
Murray, Way- 
ton & Drew 
Moore, J. J. 
M )r--. i,' LOU 
M.1SOU, Geo. 
Myrkle Clifford 
Nye, Thoa. P. 
Nerarroa. — 
Newhnld, ' Chaa. 
Nealsiiil. W. D 
NcImhi. TlKW. II 
Nye Slack 

Co., Harry 
O'Brlcit. Wm. 
Uwm, J. Kdwln 
0|h;I. Harry 
tii»el. Henry 
OMver.Dtls 
Proctor; Lnnls 
Pr.rla. Otto 
Ptirher, Fred 
loiter. H. B. 
I'llbrara Am.Co- 
Perrlus. 

hVtward J. 
Probst: Mr. 
Pond. i.. B. ' 
Payne, Geo. 
I'rydrs, The 
Probst. J. A. 
1'arklnnon RobT 
PMTtACt, H. 
Phllllptne 

Med. Co. 
Powell. Mr. k 

Mrs, J. 
Pun-la, Get*. B. 
Pfderaon. 

Prof. o. M. 
Panllae. J. It. 
P«N>le, lloy 
Pfelfer. C. G. 
Panl, E. I- 



Jackson. I. w. Powers A 



Johnson, 
Johnson. Cttsa. 
Jonta, Harrey 
Jordan. Hurt 
Jnrk. Jnhn 
Jntlge, TrNhl 
Jager Ferttliiaud 
King. Will 
Kenny, Chas. K 
Kelly A lielwr 



Tbe*jlMld 
Perry, John H, 
Piatt, Oeo. L. 
Pnrker. Bnrt 
Plsley. O. W. , 
Patton * Perry MVOlff, Mnrrr 



Tiinony. John 

■Ten .ev.C . 
Thoniton, Jaraea 
Tyce A Jermon 
Tate, Gos 
Thompson A 

VI(kK-.| 

Thomas, W. M. 
tarner, Geo.- H. 
ITrgaoaSsl. Geo. 
Toledo A 

Cameron 
Toys. Musical 
Taylor, Chaa. 
ThD, Harry 
Thurher Phil H. 
Trewr, Edwin 
Taylor, M, L\ 
I'ravle, Frunkll 
Taylor, Clian. 
Turner. Frank J. 
Thomas. L. J. 
Tompkins, Wm, 
Thompson, M. 
Taylor tliaa. )■',. 
TownoetHl. C. A 
Uhger, Mas 
l.'nxer. Max 
Vernon, — 
Victor. Carl 
Vsrney Mr. Vlr 
Vanatta, Victor 
Verbeek. H. A. 
Via. Stock Co. 
VsItoio. Peter 
Van Bros. 
WelMQ 

Troupe, Max 
Wood. Francis 
Whipple. 

Waldo B. 
Whitcumb Engl' 
Warren, G. 11. 
Wateitury. 

G. N. J"-. 
■rajasrlMv. KM 
Waller*. Krfwlt, 
Whilesttne. Nat 
We-t. I Royer 
Wright. ij~> 
Wintern. Jos. J. 
Wlllard. fhlijr 
Wllaon, James 
Wei la, J ike 
Wolf, Jack 
Weston, a lot 
White. 

Dr. Edward 
Wernts, Dr.E.8 
Ward, Tom 
Welter, J* A. 
WlBCbentef EL. 
Wlsa, J. 0. 
Weaver. Geo. K 
White, Frank TI 
Wllxon, Jack 
Williams, T. H. 
Wormell. W. H. 
Wllaon. Geo. X. 
WlUcsi. M. D. 
Woodward, 

- -Harry 
Wells. Mir. 
Williams Wot. 
Walton, 'Art. F„ 
Warrm A 

Brock nay 
Whitfield Jotior 
WhMgdoodle 4 
Wadtlell P AMae 
Wren, l,en- 



Our thfdtriccl cotrapoHdfitU hn hcrtby 
notified that the crrSeitinlM now held hft 
-fflcm tj-pirol on Viae '/. fhty arc requested 
to return thctntolhii office at writf, fur 
re*eiMl for JiKW-Jltr?. "J 
<i > 
OHIO. 



«ooe to St. L<ju!h hs t-ornet soloist with 
•pptDger'tt Rqnd. It is her Iblrd t-nguge- 
mstit Id that Mlasourl metropoHt- ' Hbc la a 



Qulolan A 

Howard 

Quten A Rom 

flay. John 
Htsne. Chas, F. 'Uh-e Bros. 
w BEE NOTICE AT. BEAD OS* LIST. 



W lege l. Fred 
Toung, Frank 
Tonng, Geo. It. 
Young, Erin-taj 



daughter at tieorge K. Itimdy. nn old time 
mlDslrel, nnw a reil pstHte iuhh nt Norwood. 
....'.. I,iiiiIh BHllPDuerg went .to Leiiimlnn. 
Ky.. to the -catttati, "laiianH," dliet-rfd 
by (*. I*. Uordoo. of tlte College of MtiMie. 

John »'. I Weber and bin Prise MM 

open the Sumiu.'i aeuaon nt Kleetrlr Park, 
Detroit, 'Jd. and will present BlatKbe Mp- 
baffpy ii- soprnoo soloist, Luna I'm k. PIKs- 
biirff: white city and ninmirck (Jardons. 
Chicago, Bud (lie Zoo, Cincinnati, are al- 
ready hooked, as well tis Term Ilililc, lod. ; 
Kpilrjgtielr], III., and IndlMtiapullH. Ind. 
a 

Clevelnnd. — At (lie Colonial (Drew & 
Campbell, managem) Mme. Bprnhardt gtrpi 
iwu performances May 1.1* and the advittcn 
i.ale Indh'stPu capacity hoiisea. Mra. Leslie 
Carter hud tremsndoni bouses 'Jl-'s.i. ■ 

IjVcr.rM (Geo. M. Todd.' msnager). — "Dora 
Tborne." I>r the Tinvld Hartford Htock Co., 
week wt-%% "ITie Fatal Card." glren hy 
this tompanv, drew large crowda- laat week. 

CnblBKUlt (M. K. Trostler, maoBger). — "A 
Milk White r'las ' oiiens the Hummer seatioti 
l.ere week of 26. A new stock -company baa 
been formed for tbla theatrc'i Bummer ttea- 
ion. 

i;it-Lin Avbmib (iKaanHH (Max Kielken- 
heti?r. maiH^eri. — The aeason here opens. '28, 
with a week of Creatore, followed by several 
weeks each of atock comic opera aud urork 
pliy*. 

HTAii tDreir & Campbell, uianagertt). — 
The Aysone IHrls w^ek of 28. ItuperlHl Bur- 
lesdun-x bid good bolisea week of 'It, 

\aha Pakx iM. Klwood Haulahury, niaoa- 
a«r).— K very thing at Luna Is rapidly rouad- 
inor Irilo sbabe. and raid- tin muicr crowdi are 
already flocking here. (Jeneral Manager In- 
geraoll la here for a few diys. getting tnlngs 
atarted tinder the new management. 

Kavnffl < H. A. Innifi*. manager).— Hill 
week of 2H : Hlerena and -Mdrsthnll, Patty 
llroa., Ferreroa. Ilnwlhnrne and Hurt. Ilndgea 
and lytmnchmere, Quaker s'ity Pour. Carter 
nnd Waters 'company, and Klnley and Ildrke. 
Capacity houses mntlntte. 

Note*'. — While city caught tire afternoon 
cf -ti, And >vjg almost cattcely ^oaaumed. 



_ *y. 

rlnnntl born apectarle. Is to have Its prrutlne 
Id Cbattanoogi In June. Over alx hundred 
people are lo be engager!. Six uountrlfa.cou- 
trlbute tun congresa of natlooa., Among 
those recrttlfd are: Mile. Lerla and Helen*} 
Gerard, of r'ranre ; Hose Wentwortb. (be 
lloyal Opera Ballet from tbe Umpire, Lum- 
don : the 'nourldlBg Oofflons. from Bcotlatld : 
Vandcrbullt and his troupe of clowns And 
Jester*, the Flying HanvanU, from •Atls- 
tralla : Abdallab Btn Hamadl and bl*. whirl 
log ■ Deiv]»in't, from Arabia; (he Imperial 
Troupe of German acrobats, and I ho Broth- 
ers Hteck. from fiermnny : i.olo and Ckdo's 
Italian Band. Hie Pekln /ouave.i. the Tag- 
girt Family, and the Gaitlldg Gun Squad. 
of the Find Iteglment, O. N. G., under Capt. 
Phil. Gannrt. ■ 

SSooliwicai, GtRDKN (Walter C, Uiapcr. 
aecrntary). — UarrtNkf'a Ithaca Band opened 
May ast, ftdlowlng the very successful- en- 
gagement of Vessella'si Banda Hoaa. 

Chuhtbr J'ap.k (I. U. Martin, manager). 
—The Cheater Park Opera Co. will Inaugu- 
rate the aeaaon of opera In the Hummer the- 
atre June 1(1. Mtanwblle the home of vaude- 
ville U open, and tbe newcoraera May 27 
will Include : Clayton. Jeuklm nnd Jaaber, 
the Bergera Slslera, Catherine Maury. l.os 
La llosaa, and Howlson. (irenada and Fe- 
dora corjtloue for several more daya. Rital- 
neas waa very good last week. 

Ludlow Lauoon (J. J. Weaver, manager). 
— This Kentucky "iteatity spot" opena 'JT. 
The succesafiil flight of t lie- "Kagle, Horace 
H. Wlld'a alrrJdp. a'week ago. was a aort of 
curtain raiser. Director of Amusements Wil- 
liam Clark anuonnces these performera tbe 
M rat week In the Ruatlc Theatre: Harry and 
Madge De Arams, Barney Plrat. -Ytelte, 
Weaver and Lambert, end Vrevoll. tho Mya- 
lerlrj'i*). These new concesalona have been 
added : The circle awing, the house of mirth 
and "the tangle." Fair Japan has been en- 
larged, and a .ntinilwr of tJalshn girls add to 
us uttractlveneas. A Pullman Juurlat car 
and electric tbcatre arc other added uovel- 
tlei, and new pleasure craft will be found 
on the lake. 

L'ONMN iHbA.Sf) 'L. 'P. Andi'rsoo. niftiiHKpri. 
— Syrian Tempi", Nobles of tbe Mystic Xhrhir. 
pry tbe lid -off *jh. and ueit flrierboon (be 
season will be fairly on. Itoy Knabenahue. Ihn 
navigator of -tho air, under tbe direction of 
Charles J. Htrobe), of Toledo, will: take the 
Arrow far Into the ambient. At tbe vaude- 
ville (beat re. on. Luke Como, tbe Toaalug 
AnKtiBs. i'lptnr Romeo, llalp.v and Marly. 
Burt K. Melburo, and Sanders, Dean antl 
Haudera will be seen end betil-d. 

Columbia theatre (-M. fi. Ahdetson, umu- 
ageri. — The season closed So. after a week of 
fair biisliii-fch. Tbe aeasou at this Iioubc has 
been most proiilable. 

Pkoplk'h (Hubert Heuck, mausger). — Tbe 
season came to h melting close 20, when the 
Cituipbcll-I>revr aggregation, the Aveuue Girls, 
said farewell. 

Tut; ObEUN.-^-Tecln Vlgna's pupils gave a 
recital 21. and Mra. It. II. Hawlliiga, Sublhe 
Well, Katherlne TaM> Craven, Helen Slon-ls, 
Alma PatlerKon, Corlriue sti'vena, Stanley 
Hao{,'hmnii. Monica Butkamp, Gertrude John- 
son and Mrs. G. A. Surlogmcler were the 
tiHrtk-rpants In an iffair that was given a 
arge musical 0. K. 

walnut Btrbbt Tiihthk ( |L C. Ander- 
koq: manager).— The St. Xnvler Alumni A«- 
Koclatlon gave a dramatic entettalnment. 24, 
for tbe beaeflt of tbe Jesuit College In Cali- 
fornia, shattered by tbe recent earth njiinlfe. 
"Mr. Valeolloe's Christmas" and scenes from 
"Tbe Rivals" were glveo. Simon A. Batduv 
John P. Murphy, Dr. Thomas, B. Hart, Henry 
Healy. Henry A, Baroburn. William A. Byrne, 
William B. Afbter and William T. Ifluns 
were In (he casta. About $700 wih realized. 

Huhmeb Chat.—C. Viola Hopkins, a Cin- 
cinnati girl, ind graduate of tlie College of 
Music, who Joined "It Happened in Nord- 
liintl" during L«w Fields' engageuieiil berp, 
goes with -lfeni-y W. Niragenext aeison us 
one of his coprnno prima: donnas. Hhe Is (he 
duugbter of A. M. Hopkins, tbe newspaper 
man, and has made ratild strides In tier 

cboien profession Coney Inland Las a 

new up-town office — uoroetbing nnw In ibe 

Hummer- amusement line FJtaKerr, who 

came here with the Yorke and Adams com* 
pany. became (he bride of Charlea W. Mutt- 
nell, bead stage carpenter of the Metropolitan 
opera Co. They were married by Itev. Itobert 
Ugllvlc Klrkwood. of the First Walnut Hills 
I'resbv. tartan Church. Both Join "Feast and 
Fury, the spectacle put oul by Henry 91. 
Zieglerand bis associates In (ho Cldrlnnatns 
Spectacle Company Louis Foster, treas- 
urer of tbe Great MoiKbem Tbealre, at Coluni- 
bna. 0.. Is home for the Summer, and w|U 
be found at bis old post— tbe Coney Islam! 
ticket offlr*. . . ..The ClnclnnalLAd. Writers* 
Club Is to bftrve an outing at Cheater Park 

May :il Scok smsir la Kill chief or 

Ken. Publicity 1 *! Mtalt at Coney Island.,. ... 
I; C. Kchmldt is ihe press representative at 

Chester Park this year, and a good one 

William. I. KomVs Military Band Is coming 
to the musical front, and will be heard tills 
season at the '/ao i I/atonla and Hurnet 
-Woods Anna belle Bu oily Thomas baa 



PROUD OF OUR RESULTS. 

jWlfarCiileasing over ;i thtaiSand tuatoinersHJvo^y week, 
charging them about half ihe price other tailors are asking for 
high, clas«,;M|loring. Selection of Bfty styles of imported 
cheviots and blue and gray serges. Suit, to order, $2i"i. Coat 
Slid Trousers, $21. Must be satisfactory to you or they remain 
here. 

Can we send samples and our illustrated booklet, " Klogauce 
at Moderate Cost " V 

ARI%IHEim, 

• BROADWAY and M.Vlll StTUKKI, \K.\V YORK. 



Work was iielng mailed for Ihe o|ienlug on 
Ihe following day. when Ih some unartoiin; 
able way lire broke out In one of the hultd 
lugs. Four or live- of (he workmen wen> 
•rerhtualy Utirhvd. President lloyte lutaii'tll- 
alelv kpl a large furtv of workmru lo work 
clearing away the debris, its It la tbe In- 

lentlon to- rebtitld at. unce Fredrrdk 

lrigeiKotl flaletl lasl week that his "Mexl 
dome" opena In Mexico City July I. This Is 
Mr. Ing'.-iMill's own project, and he expect" 
hlir returita. It will be similar to his Ltmt 
Park Here. 



tuition. At lite (lj-and Opera House fat 
c. Barlifr, manageri Dodiatader's MlDatndn. 
\.hv '21. did tfuod btiBtfifcta. as did Hlclmrd 
Carle, liti. Viola Allen had advance sasur- 
ance of large patrdbage for *JS, cloitltig tliu 
most aiurt'SHftif season In (he history of Hie 
house. 

I'AiiK 1'iiKAi'iu, . i L. It Cool, manager), • 
TWt beautiful tlieatrp was Jusi compleled 1» 
lime for (be opening 27. The houso Is ruir 
sldered by good Judges to be one of the finest 
In the. country, and has a yeadlng rapacity 
of 1.S0K, wHh.atige and et|iil|inieni .«■ fltic 
as I'oiild be secured. The open! bg hill cou- 
sistcd of the Broomstick Witches. Xlska ami 
Kink', tieyers and Hei-rmaiiu, Will Dockray. 
ntnl Ihe llfeugrapli. 

llijoi; Tuna rut: (Thomas & Polls, inarm- 

P:era>. — vatiduvllle, moving plclurca and II- 
nst nt led .to figs corjllutie lo draw aoml 
crowds The- house .was recpnlly Imprnvetl 
by Ihe .iddUlon ol foiillog opera clialra. 
NoTtsa. — The Bnrnum 1 Bailey Shows had 

big crowds -'."- The CAiiton-Akroit St. 

It > han es|vntirii *;,(i,nno upon it* Meyers 
Lake icon, iddklhg It unc of iln- niosi nt- 
irncllve Htinlrnet' resot-ls In ihe Middle lYgal, 
....L. B. CM!, manager of die Meyer Luke 
Park, will aaiuuie the uinnagumenl or Mic 
nsw Keith vaudeville bouse, now building, in 
Altiioua. Po. 



colnmbna.- At the Ulfll Koiitberit Tlic 
«f it* (O. M. llpffrier, manager) "The Olrl 
wltli tbe Ureen Kyes" was preaenled by ilio 
VhukIiu tllHwpf Stock Co. during Iln second 
week, tibd pleused fairly good 'homes. Week 
of Mav 'M, "A Lady of guallly." 

OLKNtANUY PAIlK I W. W. lTusser, llllltl 
flier). — The bill. for week of L'l pitived to he 
a wlntittr, playing to good houses the pntlrp 
week. It conalata of: Harvev and Duipiiii, 
I'lorettco SauDdrra, Clark's doits mid ponies, 
Ihe Burkes, I'ost and Itiisaell. »lskiiaiu( King. 
Bill for week of JH : liiinbar'a gmtta, Xliinil 
and Butttelle, Alfred Andcriou, Harry Hotter 
and company, Levlne aftd Leonaril. Zimui 
Keif. Hlg. IloaaH's Naval Iteserve Hand will 

ilttlflC 



Notk. — Indlaitnla I'mk opened. L'il. Us 
HP'aaon, In a blaic of glory. Manager c. I-:. 
M Ilea offered ah an open air attraction 
George and Harrington, fiddle Ulchter, for- 
merly Ihe advertising manager of Ihe High 
Btreet Theatre, nnd Dick St, John are the 
advertising .managers for the. park. Atli-Hc- 
tlon for week uf JH, lbr>Thi-t!e Flying Zm-I- 
lars. 



Toledo— At the Valentine (OHi Ktttw, 

matiagir) "Tbe Student King." Muy lit, whsh 
hlg succesa. 

Lvcklm (Fraok Burt, manager).— Tim 
stock company piuducPd "Kratistntk," In sitt- 
Infylng results. 30 and week. "For Fnlr \'lr- 
gltila *i7 and week. 

Hunan (Aim- Mbaplro, mnuuger). — Kava 
HydtW* LunitO'i Belles, -<) nild week, drew 
good patronage. 

ARi'APK 111. II. Lamkln. mauagpr).— The 
Uvlngstuue Stock Co. o|ieiied 2(1, with "Thpl- 
ma." and the members are making oiiinv 
friends by (heir fine work. "Du Harry" 27 
and week. 

Caninu (Otto Kllvest miinnaer),— Mitckuys 
Luroppun Circus 27 and week. 

.Votk.— Carl U a gen heck's Greater Hliows 
appear bare ill). 

-'■■' n t ■ 

Akron.— At Lakeside Casino (Hari-v A. 
ILiwu, manager) Alke Alva anrt tbe Tusslug 
Austlna were feafurea of a kuihI hill week of 
May 21. Fur week of 2N : Josuphltic UHNsuiau 
and [ilckaolnnles, Harry Kdson and dog, 
"Dor-t"*. Inaea and Ityan, the Four Manclng 
Harrises, Kdlth Doyle, and tho Arnwelii pic- 
tures, 

Colonial (Uly S. Hill, inanagen.— Hock- 
slader's Minstrels bad two lilg bouses 2d. 
Howe's pictures 27, "Tlie Clansman" 28. 

Nutkn. — The staff of lakeside t'asltio: 
Harry A. llawn, manager: Ouy Cnlleiie, 
treasurer; M. It. Himinoiiii-ef, advarilslng 
niKnager; Ivmi Brown, stage manager^ and 

Walter Araweln, 1 picture demotistriilor 

Haruuin & Unlley Circus drew two big crowds 
IM. : 



Nn ml ti«k>. — At the (Jiand Onera House 
(Hingler & Hmllli, inantigersi "The Mayor 
of loklo" was the closing allracllon of ihe 
season at this house, ^lay 24. Owner .lobu 
A. iflmmrieh; will couvei-t Ihe Ifieuhv Into 
a ground floor housp this Summrr. 

'■KIM II I'ni.s-r Pl.HAHUNK liKMdltT (tJl'O. A, 

Bufckliog, manager).— The Summer HPasiip 
opens June :t, wlih (ha followlua: vuiirievllle 
hill : Collins and LivpIIp, Thin and Mae Uor 
don, itcrHTic Slaters, Palmer and Julsuit, and 
Ulgnur Betlone. 

a — — — 

Vnniigniui n — At Ihe Idora Park Casino 
Theatre (K. Stanley, manager) (he season 
opens May 27. with Alice Alva, (hi! l-ti Bella 
Trio, the Famous Helm Children, Krotore, 
and Millard Brothers. 

Avon Park (Jos. W. Wess, manager).— 
Thla resort opem 27. with Clink's troupe of 
performing dogs and ponies. Florence Haun- 
dera, (he Maxamhh Tiuo, lh^ Jupiter liros,, 
and Melaotie-Lanole Trio. 

KONEPAUUIt ft HBIJ.H BltOK.' ClllCUH 'M. 

4 i i 

t'lAH. 



Mali Lake (It* — At baltitlr lleach U. 
K. l«angffird, manager) Harah Bernhardt, hi 
"i.'amHIe," did goial bustiieNs Mar 21. 

fiuAM* til. J. KiddPll. uauagen.— "Knolis 
o* 'innimasee" did good lutsluess 2li-'-':i. 

Ijvkio (Wm. (itilney. nidnugcr>.— The Cali- 
fornia (*lrls did good business week or If). 

tlni'HKILM (P. K. MacLcitii, illrctoi i ■ 
The Orplieuin Slock Co. opened for (lie Hum. 
mer aeaaon In "Tbe iiitl I Left Behind Me," 
to good btraineas, 

cabiwq I'ArtK (Wm, Oulney, manager). -- 
This rcanri. formerly Utubna Pork, opened 
May l?:i. for the Summer aeaaon. wllh /inn'-t 
MiTry 'I'ravcsty (?o.. In "Teeiy Weejty," to 
good liusiness. 

■ -^»» 

Harrv S. IIickaKph, bualnoMi manager fur 
"Arizona," sailed for Hngluud May -<f, at- 
vouipiOle4 by bis *Uo. 




CLUB COCKTAILS can't help 
being good. They're made by 
measure not guesswork. 
The liquors are always the finest 
always uniform— always aged af* 
ter mixing -a perfect result. 

They arc made to bring more busi- 
ness— what cares the bartender 
about his mixture? 

Order a CLUB. 

Just strain through 
cracked Ice nnd serve. 

Seven varieties; each one 
dcliunus- of alt Rood gro- 
cers and dealers. 

G. F. HEUftLEIN C BRO., 

5 oh Pro pi, 

Hartford Mew York London 




MPROVBft 



3$ 

.Garter 

WORN ALL OVER 
THE WORLD 

REFUSE ALL 
SUBSTITUTES 
OFFERED V0U 

{The Niim It 
on ovary 




ms Is I 



CUSHION 
BUTTON 

CLASP 

LIbi Flit loth, Lai - 

Never Slips, fairs nor 

UnfitUai 

Birr-rlff-lr, Mikvv.. f Villon i'c. \w*~- 
Malltd ca rtL(l['t of prko. 

mmT V ^"^Wf 0E0 - F * 08T C0 " Makvrt 
WARHANTEO ^ leiton, Mm,, U. S. a. 

ALWAYS EASY w« 




ARMY Aid ION BARQAlrlh. 

Im I-. |l, ;■'.. |'. 1 h-.lA:il.(>.iiN.r|l.-t 
|-«rt,li„«.in ■' Hl.i.jKlin-1-H-hlil..l.M 
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11 *.';,v.lln(i.f„l,. I '.'- 
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t«thr.I-UllHt/«M. I 

J ana h.'ntl, nrw„, l/lt 

I A1f* IM.pH* . |Uii»ltil«| rataloyiw. full uf valuthl* lofoiOTitlw 

■tlhn»l »l|..lMri(* .i.J r.t-lli>rl,'a. niailrn 1 1 .inl" 'Hjifil.) 
fHANCIbnANNEKMANr,nOlBro«rtway. Naw York 

_ lAf.}t*d.*lti iHlk* M-rWii. '.'..... IW,„I ,|«4l»M '•'--<•. t" 
f*) I'i Attn {•* tlomni^—i'j Art" ■■ 



llttotifxvi', finlunmHI, 



BASEBALL 

AMERICAN LEAGUE. 
AM. LEAGUE PARK, 

Wlih wahiii.vijtov K,, (ii, :m, TO. 
Willi PHILAD ELPHIA. M M) HI. .Iuii. I, J 

NATIONAL LEAGUE. 
POLO GROUNDS, 

wm, min.iiai, .!„„,. i, n, ), (,, 

RACING. 

WE8TCBESTEB BACIN6 ASSIf. 

BEUMONT PARK 

'111 '41-.>1>IIK ». 

I. I, R, R, 3illi Si, ferty. 



424 



THE STEW YOEK CLIPPER; 



JtWE 2. 



aCak <u aCaL ihI aCak 




HUXTSVIJJ 4 9 

fUMUMMLM Horn* AnH* to |w i»MJ<'lH 
Oil, 1. 1200 a, f, Modern In pvpr.v par- 
ticular, and one of the tlnent In Smith. IHipn- 
)8li»n, 18,,M)rt. KxrHlent farm\njt aertton. 
First opportunity thpfltregocrK pver linrl tn jte 
proppr presentation tit flint tIdhm nitrnrlloDn. 



DECATUH 

In l.lie rentrr of them nil. New ll.l.OftO.ftO 
1"lie»in\ iip-to-dnte thr«ii»hmit. W*» *. «■ 
Itnllroad thy— triiiln «hnps of I,. A X. II. It. 
located Ihtc, employing L'.r-oo men, with 
f 1,'iO.Onti.no mom lily pnyroll. drawing popu- 
lation, 30,000. ifnod theatrpgolog aubiirlmn 
towns. ?V> -minute car line connection with 
NKW DKCATl.tR. 



SHEFFIELD 

nnwlng populntlon. 2n.oon. I.wated he- 
tween Tl SCI'MKIA, only two miles distant, 
and FLORENCK. only four miles. Big 
manufacturing Indoatrles, with Rood payroll. 
Bill all three, places, and draw nicely . 



A 

Bin manufacturing centre. Holds fourth 
ploci of any city la Sonlh of tonnage export 
Monthly payroll now bolf million. Only tht. 
ntre Iwween Birmingham and Atlanta. Draw- 
ing population, 3t',.nu0. OXFORD onlj throe 
miles. Quick electric car connections! 



ALL of the above cities are LIVE ONES. Have excellent electric oar system*, giving special service 
show night*. Railroad connections convenient. Are In Al financial ahape and prospect* for business 
coming season better than for many years past. Want to play only first olass attractions. 

KLAW tfc EBXAKCrBB. Representatives, Mew York City. 



I LOOKS GOOD? 

THOS. P. L1TTLEJOHN, Manager, Decatur, Ala. 



A FEW OF THE LEADING FEATURES 

\A/|f ^s] TW 

4 PAW & SELLS BROS/ UNIT ED SHOW 

H*j A TC I I'M «*\T A * © VM - 'M'lii Tim iiirw iiuv of 

m ATS Urn OTA S WM.E.(BUD)60„MAN 

Kill ESTIII AN DIKE! TOR. 



PAI0B5 JAPAHESE TBOOPE. 



OSCAR LOWaNDE, 

H'orM'a Champion Konifrrtaull Hltlr>r 
MOR. L OWANDB FAMILY TALLY 110 ACT. 

5 DUNEDIN TROUPE 5 

World's Pamons AttUllc 'Cyclists. 



THE FLYIN6 LA VANS 



NETTIE CARROLL, 
oama or the wire, 



'i'he Lilt I*- Fellow On (lie III,). Ladder, 

Joseph La Fleur, 

Novelty, Whirlwind. Acrol-alli- Heiisailoii. 



The 3 De Boliens, 

FllKVt II Af'RUDATN, At Liberty Dee. I. 

NKW CIlMKIIY ACT. MMSH I.N IINK. 

FRED ZOBEDIE, 

The lui'omtiaralile lliind llalanrcr, with Ills 
•11.11 



sl.llll! FOR I.IF1-;. 



Jfllin-L.WI'ASTtR anil IIA.WARII-MiukI 

Comedy creator. High Hcliool llouestrlettiie. 

INVADIIKVILI.K NKXT WINTKII. 

Ask I.IIUIH PINrl].-. Willi MIIRBIS. 



FRED ECENER, 

Up_to Dnt« Ol-OWN 

BARTO i and RALDON 

The Brealesl ol All Movelty Equilibrists. 

GEOR«E and PAULINE KIM) 

Eccentric Comady Sketch aid Drum Soles. 



TneGORNELLAFAMILY 

America's Famous Acrobats, 



BECKEY DANIELS, 

Kn|[land's Ur.af.et Kqaestrlenn., 

E. GAERTNER, 
Gentleman Juggler. 



f«d WEIiCOME and 4 PAW P«n 

Kill UMBHIKT. GYHNANT. 

In a Net*- and Novel Art. 



wmTHE JEUNETS »arie 

A( HOUAIN, 
Head and Hand Balnnrera. 



WM. TESSIER, 

UK AL) BU.AMHII, 
TRAPRZK AND « IKK. 



BAKER, DEVOE and HAHJHER, 

A TRIO OF 
At HOII ATI! LAUGH LOOSES KHS. 



Wi. LARUE, 

Ft'UnTV 
IV AVD OUT. Willi OR WITIIOVT. 



THE 3 C0RELLIS, 

COMEDY ACT. 



THE CLIFTON SISTERS 

Singers and Character Dancers. 



ALEXANDER HOLKOW'SKY'S GREAT RIM4X TROUPE, 

S1M.KICS, MUSICIANS AND WIRI.DW1ND DAM KHS, 

ISV1TK8 OFFKHN FOR JEST NKABOJi. , 



SOD LETTER HEADS 

SIZE, 8*xll; 

PRINTED COMPLETE, TOO ETHER WITH 

HALF TONE PLATE 

From Photo You Furnish, All 

For $3.25. 

Original and Special Designs to order. 
Send for samples. Bemember we 
make Half Tone Plates, Bias, 3x3 
Inches, for 75c, 

KNOXVILLE EN8RAVIN9 GO., 

315 HAY ST., KNOXVILLK, TENS. 



THE CRACK SHOT PISTOL, 
GYPSY QUEEN TALKING FORTUNE TELLER, 

GET MARRIED MACHINE. 

kii NEW, ALL WINNERS, AND READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. 
SLOT MACHINES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

F. 8. ZIMMERMAN, 5 E. 14th St., N. Y. 



PROCTOR'S 

ENTERPRISES. 

F. F. PROCTOR, Sols Proprlitor and Mimoar. 

7 BEAUTIFUL THEATRES 7 

Utrvulrd to Henut-d En tertMluiuem. 
rruriur'n Sib Av«, Theatre, Prootor'a 
leHd 81. Theatre, Prootor'a oXtu St. 
Tbratre, 1'rurtur'a lltfitii St. Theatre, 
Prorlor'a Newark Theatre, Praelort 
Albany Tbt-atre, Proctor'., Trey The- 
atre, -i 

PROCTOR'S STOCK CO. 

Best Fiats »d Best Vao.nlll., 
IHSTRUCTIONS TO ARTISTS BOOKED: »»5 



plot of acta; complete "prop" Hit; correct 
light Plot; If you opea or eloM la om; 
EXACT time of acta, aad of "dote Id;" bill- 



Kiirope'c Mont Nenmilonal Ari-oliailn Nnveltv- Hnw Baoklnc fbr Nnxfl Heaaon. 
Hole H>-nrft«»intlve. AL. HI!T1IKRL.\NU. H«. .la me» Uldg, New Vork«^H|-. 

NOT ICE. 

TTTE 4 PAW BASEBALL CLUB CHALLENGES ANY" CIRCUS TEAM 
(PERFORMERS) IN THE WORLD. 

, Adilrt>an II, ft. LAMK1N, Mf|r.. in per ttouir. 



will THE AI^I>EiVNr«S joe 

AUSTRALIAN COMEDY DOUBLE HORIZONTAL BAR PERFORMERS, 

* .IN I HK1K URIGINAL Air. 

"FUN IN A GYMNASIUM" 

Klnt Claii Aula lor THKATKKS, PAKKS auil PAIRS. (il'KS T1MK JUNK Sa, 
Adtlraaa' ■ ■ REVERE 1I0IIHB, VHIOAUO, ILL. 



SUMMER STOCK, 



LAFAYETTE THEATEE, -"S^. 

VATDKVILM-: At'T«*. l*HUI>r< 1.1(S WD i HUHl M GIRLS. Sr-a...ii Openi. .Inn* 4 . 
llaheanaU -tart tluv 1*. Ailnreaai W. V. JBN NINON. Manaaer lloplaHn, 
WV-k 4l,Nitii -Tl.t-ii.iK, TtiTrtulo, (hii ii tin: nfiti i lint I.nlaj * lie l iifalrr, HnfTulu, N.% 



GORTON'S MINSTRELS 

WANTED, for Coming Season, TO OPEN JULY 9, 

HAKI'I l>» E HIM. Kit to Doubt. Troillbo.lr III Mr,.l. TAVO OIHID HTHONO BVSI- 
ftRHH I'llHNET.s, mf. EI I'llllMI M iiikI ONE HASH PI.AVEII. Pl.ainl <o In nr 
front rrtmiietiitit MttattilaiiiM, Pt.rlhruit.ra and Hlna.ra in All Tlmra. WANTRD, 
WIOD Pit fllllE MACIIINK MAN WITH MACUINK. Adlllfaa 

€, t\ EKAH1,, Mi«tiNgi>r Voiln.i*a lUlnatBrla, No. add E. nil, St., >. A . t il y. 



"REALLY I THINK YOU'RE AWFUL NICE" 

Tlielit'si leamor (hiiiith-i wutizi-vi'r writti'ti. wi> wahip tlmeiuiil money tellloft taa vtIw ban Ming It 
uud what Ii hati doiir wlicti 4«'. In riDimpi will lirlnir you prof. ropT hiuI oroh. ii yon are In the bii-i- 
hr** > IHta't in i (T<x><1 iliinti if" l>t fur 4c. 

SOUTHERN MUSIC CO., Memphis, Term, 



SONG-POEMS 



AND MUSIC 



IMUL.IHIIKU OS IIOVAI.TV. 

Wp wrlie Muolr Xa your tvardrt. Intrixliice i 
no pular I rx. SemllnMSS. 
I'i tpr I, v 11 III Sl< I'l'll. tO.. Mi Mr iiii, No. (V9 Dearborn HI., (hlraffo. 



Soutorett< 



Kltll'l tlltllilVAl, DRHIUNH, |d«.UU aad ttd.SU. 

Bend fur hand colnrrtl itlatra ami in?ai«iirenient t;ard, atatlng nolor preferred. 

WOI.KK. KiiHUIMl <k CO., tls Ells, 81., Baal.a, Mm. 



lug for oewipapera and prozrammea : and 
CLEAN PH0T0&RAPH8 for LOBBIES TWO 
WEEKS IN ADVANCE OF OPENING DATE 
AT EACH DOUSE, addraaalu RESIDENT 
UANAOKB. FAILURE TO COUPLI arlttt 
Ibeae INSTRUCTIONS WILL SUBJECT 
ARTISTS to the RISE OF CANCELLATION. 
VADDKV1LLE REHEAI1SAL8, 9 TO 11 A. 
M. MONDAYB. THKSK RULES WILL UK 
STRICTLY ENFORCED. 

Plajwrlgtlta, Aulhari, Plar Afeata. 

Addreaa 
F.r. proctor, Proprietor and Uinager. 
FIFTH AVE. THEATRE, N. Y, CITY . 



NOW BOOKING FOR NEXT SEASON. J> 

. LEW BLOOM and JANE COOPER \ 

Z Funniest Sketch in Vaudeville. ....Vvm^'p.. I 



HAVERLY'S MASTODON 
INSTRELS 

WANT MINSTREL TALENT 

OF ALL KINDS FOR MEAHOH OF 1000-7. « 

CoBiedfaDa for Print-ipal and Inolde Buds, Inter locator, VocbIIsib, Comedy Musical Act, Novelty Arts, 
Union Carpenter, Klectrhian, ikiog Hook Man, Leader and Mns*lcians for Band and Orviiemn. Prefer- 
enne niven Performers douiiling HaiaV State lowew salary and full particular* Drat totter. We do not 
pay lioard. Show openu early in Auitiin. AddreM all commnnlcaUona to FRBD 1>. FOWI.ER, Ugr. 
Haverly'ft Hlnstreta, rare of w. E. NttiievtiieN Attractions, Room- 3 and 3, 1432 Broadway, New York 
City. Personal Interviews from . to -I only. 



Moving Picture Paper 

SAN FRANCISCO FILMS. 

DONALDSON LITHO. CO., NEWPORT, K,. 



Just Full of Ideas 

A SMALL BIMMf IN I'll,: Bin HOUSE 

REMICK'8, 40 W. 28th St. 

ED. ROSE writes 

ACTS 



LOOK 



FOR RELIABLE PEOPLE. 

Parodlra, 4 Abaola). K.ork- 

■aaaa oa ah. traiy laieai laiia. 



Automatic Electric 
Machines. 

What our Customers invariably say: 
"The ROOVEBB' AUTOMATIC 
ELECTRIC MACHINE 1b the best 
on the market." Send for circular. 
HOOVERS BROS., 100 Sehermer- 
horn, St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Medicine Men 

Do yon want toliantlfa a modem, up lo date f<at 
seller, In tablet rnrm, tint will make vou money. 
If so write for part led lan>. Addre t* 
r. C. MRLROSK, ColiimtuiH, Ohio. 



8IX MONTHS' ENBAQEMENT 

PiiyiiiK every nitrtit, at union pru e-. Can UMrHolo 
Cornet, Trap Drum.", It-flat tin**, K-tlat llaM, Pari' 
tone, Knii-tmi-m In ihe army for ibree yeara. 
uoort chance for promotion for good mi ml elan?, 
Only ROher, reliable, unmarried men need apply. 
CR8ARK T0KH1 Kl.l.O. Hand mmier, 
2Bth Inlaulry, Kon Sjiq IIouhIoh, Texa<i. 



Medicine Men 

1 have some very choice territory and can pace 
good Uoney Getiero, furnish printing and sell you 
goodo at manufacturing price: you to take all 
"front money." F. A. PILLING. 1AM. Manufac- 
turer of Mint Juice Remedies, 831-&13 W. &lb St., 
oiticlnnail.O. 



F-OR 8ALI 

Iowa Slate Medicine Ltcenae. 

'.:. Price Pro. Kate. P. A. DILI.lMOHAH, 

Uare of Monro. Uotel, Cincinnati, 0. 



THE LAVAILS, 

On the Sliver An-hClitilnTaadderR, Breakawav and aSeif.Revolvlng Bar. A ileclded Dovelty. A»eri- 
ruttinaal And u lUAKtililrent Aerial stage Act. Jii*t from Kttrope, where we have created a nensaTlon 
and tnpned all titiN, and will return Aug. la. Have some Immediate open time. Addreaa 

**t FOUKTII AYR., Mew York. 



ARLINGTON STOCK CO., 



PRESENTING 



ELINOR WESTCOTT and BURLEIGH CASH. 

People In all lines to complete company for neif wason. Strouu Feature, Slsi«r Team and llluatrateti 
Souk singer. Seawm openu Atift. T„ fllve ftiliparilrtiiurf. Qi-hI letter, and aeud pi.otograi.ii. Addreiin 
FSLCHRR <!t> PEPPER, Box 33, WlUlamwporl, Vk. 
OPF.MVf. BILL, '•DOWN BY TllE HEA." 



ACTS and CHORUS GIRLS 

I yarn all Hindi of acH far weelta J i:nr 4, 11, ML TH FATRK ROYAL, Montreal. Cao always me gooil 
ChoniH r.lrh. Wire nr write quick. Thnne who wrote Iwrore. wrlle araln. 

CI.IPP W. OHANT, Theatr. Royal, Montreal, Caa. 



Paoific Coast Amusement Co., 
SULLIVAN and CONSIDINE, 

Ownlnc ami operaUnn ao Klrat Claaa vanclcrllle Theatres tisl, S'ortti vre.t anil Weat. 

^ijsrr /a. T'kT'T^Tr* aTa> " "" UraM . HaW class acts op all kiniis 

801 f Mgg>| mSSSU 0NKEN,» wI'SnT^VoV^CHAS.WRAV. 
2W Anwricati llinc Build. Seattle, Wash.; CHRIS. 0. HROWN, eis. Clark Mr., Chk-ftgo: AR0J1IK l-EVT, 
til Rddy St., Ban Vranclsro, d\, • » • 



FILMS. FILMS. FILMS. 

££Pai !£!5aSL9S JflS ° r " !•" M " v m« Plonre service, with Macnine and Operator (or wlin 
S2J g plcllir<! » n ' 1 Slcrenpllcon Sitpplleu of alt klnds.wrlte [or particular. and'IIM of film 
laTABI ISIIFD IS 18W o° w ARl), am IVaahlnitlon St , opp. Adam* Home, Boston, llaaa: 



WANTED AT ALL TIMES, 

VAUDEVILLE ACTS 



•AMD* 



__ ' ,_ AEl XA <— aanMSjjji 

BURLESQUE WOTVIEIST 

CIAS. H. WALDHON, Palac. Th.atra, Boat. a, Maaa. 

aUOHUaU. WK OAJI SATI TOO * TO » S aaW 

SOUVENIR POSTAL CARDS, 150 SUBJECTS. 

ttNUIOPOUTAM h'OVILTT CO., U, U tit Tst., »ll>oai»al., fa 



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425 



cum a mo, it com ra rr. cuss i run, it ram rn rr. 

EDISON 

Films and Projecting Kinetoscopes 

Eikllltloi H«M Hiitosco,., $ 1 1 5.00. Uilwul VoUl Kliitsucpi, $75.00. 

.RE TBI BBCOOniEED ITiilDAHIII TUROUGHOIJT THB WORLD. 



OUR LATEST HEAUUXER, 

LIFE 0FJLC0WB0Y 

DCAI COWBOY8 AND INDIANS nril 
ifCHL BRONCHOS - STAGE COACH litflL 

k STIRRING WESTERN DRAMA IN MOTION PICTURES. 



SYNOPSIS OF SCENES: 



The ' 



_. "Big Horn" Saloon — Meeting between Hero and Villain— Entrance of English Tour- 
ists—Initiating the Tenderfeet — Collection for Salvation Army Lassie— Arrival at the Ranch 
—Cowboy Sporta, Trick Riding, Throwing Lariat, Wrestling— Departure of Stage Coach 
from Ranch — Attack by Indians — Running Fight (3 scenes) — Capture Stage Coach and Ab- 
duction of Girl — Indiana Escaping and Covering Trail — Arrival Wounded Stage Driver at 
Ranch— Cowboya In Pursuit — The Fight — Thrilling Rescue of Girl from Madly Galloping 
Hone — Reunion Hero and Heroine— Death of Villain. 

So, 0*39, Code VAVASSBUR. Length, 1,000ft. Clan A. (150.00 

OUR LATE8T COMEDY HIT,' 

THE TERRIBLE KIDS 

SEND FOB ILLUSTRATED DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR No. 283. 
He. 0345, Cod. VULT.VOK. Length, 600ft. Clai. A. 190.00. 

SAN FRANCISCO DISASTER 




THIRTEEN SELECTED SUBJECTS, 
Intensely Interesting-Photographically Perfect. 



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equal chance. All letters answered promptly. __ 

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Packed so It cannot become nnulable, and 
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yon bold at concession and we will 

tend samples and prices, 

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MANUSCRIPT PLAYS 

iS3l44 LA.SALl.ES' 




it 



23 



9 9P 



Brief Experience of the Skidctoo Brothers 

In Society, 

The Latest Biograph Comedy Hit. 




"THEY CALL ON. THE ASTORBILT SISTERS." 

"23" is the up-to-date title of one of the most amusing comedy productions In the 
Biograph list. Everyone who has laughed at the predicaments of the fmnoui "Hallroom 
Boys" will appreciate this film, particularly the part which shows their experience with 
a racing automobile. 

THE OLYMPIAN GAMES. 

Our London oflice secured (he exclusive rights to make moving pictures of the 
recent athletic contests in Athens, won by the American team, mid the film is the very 
finest thing we have ever been privileged to offer. The magnificence of the stadium, 
the enormous crowd, and the picturesquenesa of the games, must be seen to be 
appreciated. Length 787 feet. 

THE LOST LEG OF MUTTON. 

Positively a screamer from start to finish. More excitement crowded Into 
this film than in any chase film ever mode. Length 256 feet. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Taking only the most interesting sections of the various scenes made liy our 
operators in San Francisco, we recommend the following: 

No. 316S, 16b feet— Reproduction of San Francisco in Flames, tinted red. 

No. 3171, 140 feet — Panoramic view of FUmore and Turk Streets, and refugees 
hurrying to the Ferry down Market Street; destroying ruins of St. Patrick's Church. 

No. 3172, 287 feet— Conglomeration of ruins Ellis Street, City Hall, feeding 
refugees of all classes, feeding Chinamen at the Presidio, Panorama of Market Street 
and the Hibernian Bank. 

No. 3173, 373 feet— Panorama of ruins on Market Street, Panorama of ruins In 
residential section, Panorama of Nob Hill, Fainnount Hotel, Hyde and Sutter Street*. 



AMERICAN MUTOSCOPE & BIOGRAPH CO., 

1 1 East 1 4th St., New York City. 
PACIFIC COAST BRANCH, 

KLKINS. OPTICAL CO., Chlra^r-, - - - 



MM WKHT PICO 8THKET, 
Loa Angelea, Cal. 
• Spvelal ■elllaa; Ag«nl«, 



Centra l Va udeville Association. 

VAUDEVIuTfcFsir ALL KINDS. 

No aet too good for tbM circuit. Some Ra!arte3 arted are too hljrti. State towcit In flrtn letter. 
Three (8) Stiowa a day. Houses open a 1 Hummer. Kxclu-l ve Irookl iik for tlio rolluwinir theatres, now 
booking for Summer and next Heaxon : Grand, Hamilton; Orphium, Hprlnsflold , Orpiiium, Hanifleld ; 
Orptilura, Porbtmoutli ; Orphium, Lima ; Orpulum. Nuwark ; Orpnlum, Marlon, 0.; Orpnlnia, Ohllii- 
cottie ; Orphium, Plqua; urpltlum, Zanei+vllle ; Phillip**, Richmond ; Htar.MuncIo; IJIJou, Wheeling j 
Auditorium, Parkersburgh ; Bummer 1'ark, IlunUnfftou, AHhinml, K v., Mnynviiie, Ky., Van Wort, 0., 
and alt. Vernon, 0. Can furnish all Muds of attracUoni for Theatres, Hummor Parki, Street Palm, 
Carnivals and State Pairs. Will t>o pleased to bear from managers desiring Vaudeville acta. Addreai 
OUS SUlf. Itooiit MO, Dnshnell Annex, SprUajflaM, O. 



THE GAGNOUX 

A feature with the MISS NEW YORK JB. CO., Imvo closod a very auo- 
ceeaful season of forty weeka. Tlrne open lor next Beaaon. 



AIM AOT THAT MAKES THEM TALK, 

BRINDAMOUR 



oitKiiNAL JAIL isitKAKKH. A Ul(r Henn*tlon. A Genuine Novelty. A Bag Oflliio Winner Kvorrwhere. 
Address WILLIAM UOKIUS. 

1440 Hroadway, New York. 



Mmingj-'nu-ii! »f URN j.dliKKSK. 

Z-'M Mann. Avo., Boston, Mass, 



FOB THE VAUDEVILLE SIDE SHOW OF THE H.8EIBE0K 8BE1TEB SIOVI, 
HICH CLASS VAUDEVILLE ACTS OF ALL KINDS, 



Or any new or novel act suitable for s high elaas vaudeville ahow, 

turer t > atnounco acta, singing Hiatcr teaiti, single lady act*; In fact, *Mo hIiijw acta 



(fiKiti ((Hiking ioiidb: ladr as lee- 

, ildo show acta of all kinds, good 

first elaas violin player tol- ad orchexlra and doulilu cornet In brHHH, sIhu u( her good muslclsni. Pfeaie 



mate age and lowest salary In tint letter. Address 
Ilngenbeck Greater Shows, Bay City, Michigan, 



L'lin 111 nnn, atinif in iidi Mil"! iiiuniLiaUl. rtVmtV 

B. L. BOWMAN, Mgr. Vaudeville Hide Show 



^tVANTCD AT ONCE, For Each Week Until Sept., 

III. Song Singer with Thilr Own Slides and Qood Voices; Tsnor given thi Prtfirtnot. 

Also All Kinds of Vaudeville Acts, Jugglirs, Miglclint. Single, DoubU Singing, Dancing Acll, 
Sultnlile for refined audience. One show dally. The right people ran remain several weeks, This la 
a now Summer Theatre on Lake Shore of Lake Ontario; beautiful and cool. Salary must he right, as 
(bey are wire every week. Hard booKcrs need not apply. Have space for any goad novelty on a 
percentage basis. Slot Machine* or any tegltlmalo amuseiiiont. Three hundred llioiiManil people to 
do buslneas with. Addrcsa RD l. UKOOKKR, Nsnaur, 

Sannyalde •nntmtr (iardeni, 1!10 Kdwairil Ht., rnronto, Can. 



•SJLimJDJBS 

SAN FRANCISCO DISASTER. 

Lecture on San Prancleco Fire and Karthuuake, with slides from negatives made by our own photog- 
rapher, then on the Pacific Cobhu The Lecture presents Hie facts connected with this disaster la a 
style that Is unsurpassed, snd His slides are worthy or the high reputation which our house lis* 
achieved, and will Nteadfaiitly maintain. Price. 'JO colored, 10 plain, with lecture, il». Send deposit 
with order. Circulars descriptive or set, and containing list of addltloual slides mailed on applica- 
tion. Ifeware of cheap slides. 

W. B. MOORE, Mgr. Stercoptlcon and Film Exchange, 104 Franklin Bt,, Cblcago. 



426 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



June 2 



FRED FISCHER'S NOVELTY COON-SGHG "HIT" 

IF THE MAN 



Published as Song, Violin solo, 
Cello solo, Cornet op Trombone solo 

for BAND or ORCHESTRA 
Also arranged as Two-step for oroh. 




HE MOON 



If the Mania 


the Moon 


were a Coon. 






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NEW YORKERS 

CAN CALL OK THI AUTHOR 

FRED FISCHER 

61 W. 28th St. I. Y. City 




A COON" 



They'll all be glad to see you 

AT OUR PROF. OFFICES 



ORAM OPERA HOUSE 
BLOB. CHICAGO 



WHEN 
YOU 



BtV H EJ y La 



PLEASE ENCLOSB RECENT PROGRAM 
and address all mall to 

WILL ROSSITER 

225 Wuhlnjton Street • CHICAGO 
KKICUTL. WHCtl 




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99 



THB BIQQ^fST IVIOJVBY MAKEH 

FOR PARK MANAGERS AND CONCESSION MEN 

Hundreds of hustlers made hundreds of dollars last season from oar wonderful ma- 
chine, but the Held was not one-teeth covered. Wake up and get In line — it's the biggest 
bit of all — a money coiner from the first minute. It's tbe 

EMPIRE CANDY FLOSS MACHINE. 

It turns a pound of sugar Into 80 nickel bags of candy In 8 minutes, while thi crowd 
looks on, and they shell out their nickels as fait as you can aack the candy. Many 
EMPILiK machines are taking In from 160 to *12S dally. A dead sure proposition for 
Tarks, Resorts, Summer Gardens, Circuses, Kace Tracks, Carnivals, Street Comers, Show 
Windows or wherever there are crowds of people- 




Operated by band or power, 
needed. Anyone can run It 



No gas or electricity required. No candy maker 



The EMPIRE makes a better candy, and makes It more rapidly than any machine 
you ever saw. It Is of perfect mechanical construction, very simple, will not get oat 
of order, but Is Johnny on the spot at all times. We guarantee the construction, and 
yon can depend on BO bags In 8 minutes — and It's nearly ALL profit. 

Tbe EMPIRE CANDY FLOSS MACHINE! Is fully covered by patents. We will pro- 
tect all purchasers and prosecute all Infringers. Don't be fooled by cheap Imitations. 

SEND TO-DAY FOR PARTICULARS 



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■ball be used 



Bold outright, without restriction* u to where It 



PRlCBSt 



HAND POWER MACHINE!, with Gas Attachment $150.00 

HAND OR POWER MACHINE!, with Gai Attachment and equipped with Elec- 
tric Motor and Attachment*, complete 200.00 

Gasoline Qens- 
12.00 



This machine icy be operated by band or by electric motor, 
rator for either of the above machine* 



'XVE>RAdISs 



Cash with order. If desired, either machine will be shipped C. 0. D., with privilege 
of examination, on receipt of $25.00 

WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND FULL INFORMATION. 

EMPIRE CANDY FLOSS MACHINE CO, 



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CHICAGO, ILL. 



Winslow's Skates 

■■•T SO fc-EAKR ;ago, 

- ■■ — TO-DAY. 



Are Used Exclusive- 
ly by the Beet Rinks. 
We have the Largest 
and Beet Equipped 
Work* In the World 
for Making 

1 C BO 

AND| 

ROLLER 
SKATES 



YOU CAN MAKE MONEY 

BY RUNNING A ROLLER SKATING RINK. 

Th, Innubl popularity of lloU.i 
Skat I Dg hai opened a larg.I Held tbaa ,T,i 
brfur. tor thli popular amu.em.nt. 
SEND K)B CATALOQtja Jfa, Tkh Cot 

llluitutu 

HUM'S 

LATEST MODEL 

WOMEN'S RINK 
SKATE, WITH 

"WEB" JTEEl 

MfltcnoMco fciu _-_- — "nnna 

and RoHopSkattsJ™" HULLS. 





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LOW PR I 



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LOOKING FOR AN 
ENGAGEMENT? 




WE CAN HELP YOU. your 
portrait this ana, and sty\a SI.OC 



> Can b, used For ' 

LETTERHEADS HERALDS 

and NEWSPAPERS 

Wft also rtiaka a fin sr .rad» of 
. Wont for balhzr class oTpnnrirrJ 

QATCHii-'M^NiNQ 

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FUlVlto^nMnOtlCwrNMCOtmi 



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Sth FLOOR. ^ to 

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Onr specialty Is value for your 
money at one ball the price others 
ask for the same goods. Perfect 
satisfaction guaranteed or your 

money back. On receipt of 

$1.00 deposit we will send 

goods C. 0. D., subject to ex 

amlnatlon. 

Remember tbe Name and 1 
the Place. 

CATALOG FREE. 

NEGRESCOU HAIR CO., 
168 State St., Chicago, Sth Floor. 




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TRUNKS. 
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Write tor New Catalogue. 




Theatrical Trunks 



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*"* 11.00 11.90 19.00 13.00 14.00 15.00 10.00 
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SO 32 34 8« 38 40 

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Wi-ll. for e.laloga.. ESTABLISHED 4T HIS. 



Steel Clad 



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Leatharoid Trunks. 

THEY'LL LITE L0R6EB THAR YOU.^ 
LEATHEROID MFG. CO., 

Bond for New 
Theatrical Catalogue. 583 B'WAT. if. T., near Spring St. 



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aL6ontatdeT Tn»t tli» UAL rrotculoD.l Tronl 1» Ui« 
JfitMtuditroiitoittnuUoiieartlif Bend lor Of* 

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June 2. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



427 



ANV 



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(ON THE mil 



ANY TI1V 

<Hf THE ACT) 



ANYWHB 

(TOU WORK 




m HANDS 



Words by JACK NORWORTH. 




Music by ALBERT VON Tll/ZER.. 



DON'T 



WIL/L, ^lOT A1VY ACTD OR SITUATION 

THE SONG ANY ONE CAN SING 

A GREAT PRODUCTION NUMBER 

SPLENDID ITOR COMEDIANS. 

■AT A POSITIVE HIT -« 



GET 
IT 



PROFESSIONAL COPIES AND ORCH. TO RECOGNIZED PERFORMERS OR THOSE 8ENDINC LATE PROC. 
40 W. 28th SI., HEW YORK CITY. /%LPCH I W UH I ILLEH) mffm 




r-MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES— 

FROM THE $50,000,000 ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR 

We Bought the Great SI. Louis Exposition, and oiler you ill kinds of Supplies at Very Low Prlcoi . 

NEW STRIP TICKETS 

U.OOO.OOO Ticket!, printed for m* at the 
Exposition that have never been used; pot up 
2,000 to a roll ; consecutively nnmberod. Denom- 
inations: 2o, lie, Mo, toe and Oomplimeatiry. 
DlGforent colon. Price per thousand, in email 
quantities ISo. In Iota of 6 0,600 ...18o 

INCANDESCENT LAMPS 8M"J» MS 

These lamps came from the Exposlon, sad vera a»d, bat are tested and 
tire serviceable. They aro eight candle power. 100 to 110 voltage; pat ap ISO 1 

In a barrel, price each So In email qnantltlee, each 8c 

' 100,000 aame aa above, brand new* In fall esse lots, eaoh. . 10c 

£0,000 new, 10 candle power lamps, eaoh lie 

25,000 Inoandescent Lamps, used, natural colors, ruby, 
. green, amber and opal. Ara> tested and are serviceable. 

1 Price each lOo 

20,000 same aa above, brand new, pries eaoh JSOc 

5,000 HARDWOOD FOLDING CHAIRS 

made of aeasoued hardwood, with the beat malleable Iron flttlora; simple 
lo constractlon. Strong, durable and comfortable. Will not warp; are far 

anperlor t < any other make; brand new. Price, In dosen lots 96.00 

SPECIAL PRICK ON XABGE QUANTITIES 

I fOOO UNIFORMS Kabkl, 01.6O Mas Serge, fi.00 
Write for onr Special 'W0-paga Catalogue No. J 878. It contains a com- 
plate Hat of all kinds of Electrical Supplies, general amusement material snob aa yon 
are constantly purchasing. 

We have for sale Fire Hose, all kinds of Fire-fighting Apparatus, Electrical Supplies, 
Flags. Bunting. Furniture, Household Goods, Commissary Supplies, Plumbing afsterlal. 
Machinery, and la Tract everything "under tbe ana." We sue constantly buying 
material at Sheriffs' and Receivers' Bales. 

CHICAGO HOUSE WRECKING CO., 30th ft Iron Streets, CHICAGO 





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GOLD MEDAL & HIGHESTAWARDS 

BUFFALO 1901. ST.bOUIS 1 3 OIPORIL AND 1305, 

H Cj - ROTH & ENGELHARDT 



THE tMNIO FIREPR00FING1C0. 

av *mar vnmr 



OF NEW YORK, 
Operates In conjunct Ion 'with 



THE MAX FIREPROOFIIMG CO., 

OF CHICAGO. 

THE ADVANTAGE TO OUR PATRONS IS EVIDENT. 



THE PIANOVA COMPANY 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



SELF PLAYING- PIANOS 

WITH OB WITHOUT BLOT ATTACHMENTS. WRITE FOB CATALOGUE! AND PBICB 
LIST. 117125 CYPRESS Am, NEW YORK CITY. 



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June 9 



W155 (lipp^ r '5 

Motes, Personalities aid Comments, 

CONCKBNXNO 

STIGE FOLK and Sometimes 0THE1S 



BT JOBEH1INEGR0. 



scorn and "practice" oa them. One of these 
met MacArthur at the depot of a town, early 
one day during the peat season, md strongly 
hinted that the boy* were ready to rehearse. 

"Bat rehearsal la not called until six- 
thirty," remonatrated the popular director, 
"and I've not jet lunched. 1 ' 

"Well," entreated the local leader, "can't 
I hate the keya and go to the trunk and get 
the scores V 



Ol'H LONDON LETTER* 



FBOM OCE OWH COBIBaSFOMDENT. 



prorlDclal rights for this country have been 

acquired by William Greet. 

Charles Kleln'i successful PjfT- '^£? Jfelt- 
and the Mouse," will be played at the puke 
of York's, commencing next MMM 
company consisting of American and Bngm 



The "chestnut-bell" has oa several occa- 
sions been rung on the writer of this column. 
The ringers of this bell, which la equivalent 
to a "call-down," are those critical readers 
who object to hear a repetition of an anec- 
dote. 

One of Miss Clipper's duties is to Inter- 
view members of the theatrical profession 
for the purpose of obtaining personal ex- 
periences, preferably of an amusing charac- 
ter, to print for the edification of their con- 
freres. Many of thcie stories come through 
the malls from Interested and interesting 
Thesplam, who usually receive printed credit 
for nil contributions found to be available. 

The writer, though a wide reader, un- 
fortunately baa not been able to read or 
hear all the funny stories that go the rounds, 
consequently during her Interviews It bap- 
peos that some of those stories are given for 
this column as original and personal ex- 
periences. 

in all the beat publication!, from tune to 
time, may be found, la columns purposing 
to be exclusive end original, anecdotes that 
have been either printed or related pre- 
viously, which proves that no matter bow 
aged a story may be, there are always many 
who have never heard It. 

For Instance, a elory "on" a ntxeapaper 
man was told to me several months ago. 
Almost the same came to me through an 
actor, who heard It at tbe Players' Club 
a few dsys ago. In tbe latter case It was 
related of an actor, whose name for reasons 
la here omitted, for, while The Clipieu 
alms In this column to amuse conserva- 
tively with laughable experiences, It never 
seeks to ridicule or hold up to view tbe per- 
sonal weaknesses of those about whom a 
story may be told, without the sanction of 
that person. 

The actor referred 'o Is not a great fa- 
vorite with his MssrJatfsj, For, while be 
Is a good player, til* personality la not all 
that would tend to make a man popu'ar. 
He borrows, falling to remember his Irati 
he seldom does his shore of the sett.lug 
when the boya are thirsty, be "rnoebs" his 
fellow players without mercy, aid In many 
other -ways la disagreeable. 

Not long ago be was approaching a g-onp 
of actors, who stood near the popular we *ner 
of Broadway and Fortieth Street, when ore 
of them who saw him, exclaimed: 

"Here comes the 'knocker' — and; by the 
way, he told me he wasn't able to pay me a 
liver he's been owing for a year, and he, Just 
home from a good aeason." 

"If some ono would Just give blm a word 
of tha sort and tell blm bow tl = boya re- 
gard him, he might get on to himself," said 
a comedian now playing on Broadway. "Why 
don't you give him a piece of your mind, 
Harry, we'll atand by you." 

"All right, I will," and as the unpopular 
actor attached himself to the group, bis 
creditor proceeded to unburden himself of 
his opinion conceralng him, ending with 
"nobody likes you, for, besides not sticking 
to the truth In yoor statements, and bor* 
rowing with no Intention of paying back, 
your head la so big that you're unbearable." 
"Well," drawled the much abused one, 
after quietly listening to the* long list of in- 
dictments, and looking lmperturbably about 
him, "well, outside of wbnt you've stated, 
I'm all right, don't you think?" 
9 
Judge Horton, of Detroit, a reader of Thi 
Currr.n for many years, sends a clipping 
of which he was reminded by the recent 
death of the venerable actress, Fanny Her* 
ring. Twenty-four years ago the clever 
actrcaa was moved to write the following 
acrostic upoa the death of Frank Queen, the 
founder of the paper oa which she always 
depended for reliable theatrical Information : 
TO OTJit LATE FRIEND. 
WRITTEN FOB TUB KBW VCRK CLIFPBR. 

'Weep, children of Tbespla, weep I Another's 

answered to the call. 
Ended 1 A simple word, but at last 'twill 

come to oil. 

Much be had done for us— ah, yea 1— for 

many a year. 
Oa that cold face we look, and pause to drop 

a tear. 
tnto his gallant bark a staunch commander 

he has ever stood: 
Round the world It gocB from clime to clime, 

so true and good, but 
Never again lis old commander upon Its deck 

will tread; 

Our good old frleud, Tub CLirrsa'a captain, 

now Is dead. 
Upon us oil a kindly word bestowed, and Just ; 
stick In his thoughts — In time of need to help 

the Oral. 

i.lvlug In death, the name of Queen a monu- 
ment will be 

Over our happy land and far across the sea. 

So lay him gently down— the sands of life 
arc run : 

Step softly, speak low, his earthly duty's 
done. 

Fannt He rhino. 

Brooklyn, Oet 22, 1882. 

B. B. Meredith, whose facile pen la ever 
buay In the interests of "The Missouri Girl," 
tells of an experience Claude MacArthur, the 
musical director, had with a local orchestra 
leader In one of tbe towns their company 
visited. 

It is well known among traveling com- 
panies that theec local musicians are often 
avidly onxloue for the show company to 
arrive so that they may get the musical 



48 tt.nb.ini. Street, «tan «a ictiwaW In the comMnj l«: 

Leicester Square, Leila* Bldmeth, J. W. McDonald, Henrietta 

Louden, W. C. Cowet. Helen Ron!, Elene Forter, Walter il- 

Mat 10 Icd Frank Burbtck, William Doatanct, Itar- 

„ . . . ji_.u. riret llllMrton, lilcbard Bennett, Gilbert Hare, 

Three new plan bam been prodnwd In thta fJHf., g^urray. Harri Harwood, Nanette 

cltj alnce mj Uat letter, aid all three bad comateck,' Marratrlte Bt John, Edmund 

III, mm* being .ranted b, lUelrflw. SB* $%£$& S't &**£ *gg wttiSSt ** Mil** *-! 

the local company spent the whole after- night the former at tbe Comedy and the lat- season of four weeks at the Imperial, ana 

^ will be seen In "Boy O'Carrotl." Subsequently 

■—— ^^^^^^^^—» ^— ■— ^— — ^^^^^^^^^^^^B^g ^BS^^B Mr HarTer w m take a well-earned rest, prior 

to the commencing of a length/ Autumn tour 
of the provinces, la which a feature will be 
an elaborate revival of "The Corslcan Broth- 
ers." 

This week, at Brighton, Huntley Wright 
will conclude bis provincial tour with The 
Mountain Climber* and "The Little Father 
of the Wilderness." He will next be seen in 
London In a new play, under Mr. Frohman a 
management , _ . 

Sylvanus Danacey and Leveaox have se- 
cured from Mr. Frohman tbe provincial rights, 
with the exception of those of a few of the 
principal towna reserved for Arthur Dour- 
chler, of "The Fascinating Mr. Vanderveldt," 
and wilt shortly send out a company on tour 

Madame de Navarro (Mary Anderson) will 
ehortly visit Ler home in Louisville, Ken- 
tucky, which abe has not visited since her re- 
tirement from the stage. . 

"The Geisha" Is being hehearsed at Daly h, 
and the musical play will In all probability 
be revived at that house some time next 
month. An adaptation of Sardon's "Lea Wer 
Velllenaes" will be the Fall production at 
Daly's. The current success. "The Little 
Mlchua," msy be sent to America at the end 
of the Summer. 

Marshall Moore, who up to a few weeks 
ajro acted as producer at the Coliseum, Is 
negotiating for a West End house, the lease 
of which be expects to obtain in a few days. 
Should he be successful, be proposes to pre- 
sent there early In the Autumn what is de- 
scribed ai an entirely original comedy, with 
music Mr. Moore has also the rights to a 
fairy comedy mixed "Tbe CttlzenB of Goth- 
am and a powerful drama, called "The Be- 
publlcans." . „ 

A. H. Canby Is in London arranging for the 
production in this city of "Prince Chap." 

Jessie Hlllwsrd and her company are pliy- 
lag In "The School for Husbands, ' at tbe 
Camden Theatre, this week. 

Walter Slaughter, the composer of many 
popular songs, and the musical director of the 
Coliseum, saw a hawker offering his composi- 
tions for sale on the street one day this week. 
The composer went through the hawker s 
stock, selected all his own songs, tore tbem 
to pieces, and threw the fragments into the 
street. He listened a moment to the hawker s 
abuse in a language, be says, he could not un- 
derstand, and proceeded on his way. Inter- 
viewed afterwards. Mr. Slaughter said: I 
have contemplated action of thla kind for 
APOLLO, eome t i mei ana - i t Bccmed tbe only way to 

The famous Scottish athlete, and pioneer of JIu Jltsu wrestling In England, will arrive In bring the matter seriously before the public 
America about June 0, with two great novelty acts. The English press describe Apollo as 1 waa belnn robbed of hundreds of pounds 
the Napoleon of athletes. by these music pirates and I did not see why 

I ahould not rot somebody else. I ask every 
I ask the man 




^^^^^^^»'^^^^^— ' —* ^ "^ MM * ^^^—s ^^g composer to combine with me. 

>n "practicing." At the regular rehearsal, ter at the Savoy. On Tuesday ."The Lonely ^^^SSS^SVmI have donef'S 

however, the music was "butchered," but ^i' 1 , 1 ,??* 1 ^^^^ that way It ma; be possible to break up the 

Mar4..TPri» "&^±ff*SB Piracy from which airEugllsh composers enf- 



MacArthur could not help that, so passed oa Wednesday afternoon, with Lewis Waller 



It by, even buying a drink tor the 
leader after tbe performance, 

'Good bye, and much obliged I" he genially 
exclaimed as he shook the hand of the 
butch er-mualclan, who quickly replied: 

"Much obliged I lien I It's on the other 
aide — we're obliged to you. You're the first 
leader that ever let us play." 
9 

The saving sense of humor that brightens 
even a trifle tbe gloom surrounding Ban 
Francisco at present, breaks out la spots all 
over the city. 

A wreck of a Steloway grand piano, with 
other half burned rubbish, was behig carted 
through the streets to one of the great 
dumping grounds. Soma wag, whose wit had 
not been worried out of him, had placarded 
the once magnificent Instrument with tbe 
declaration : "This piano haa been played 
upon by many distinguished artists. — the last 
one was a fireman." 

One of the street kitchens tears the 
legend : "The whole Dim family eats here." 

A tent on a burned out corner bears the 
inscription: "Everybody works but father," 
and under this some one has added: "Father's 
working now — the soldiers got him." 
♦ 

Arthur Dexter, of a company called ' Nolan 
& Dextcr's Indians," tends from California 
one of hie experiences while with the Red- 
man Stock Company. At one town where 
they played an engagement, the members de- 
cided on an outing by way of a picnic. After 
walking three miles over a dusty road, they 
nrrlved at the picnic grounds, Bltnated In 
close proximity to a farm house. 

During the afternoon the commissary de- 
partment ran abort, and to replenish it 
Dexter and Hazel Welsh volunteered to storm 
the farm house for additional provender In 
tbe shape of bread, After getting by a anarl- 
lng yellow dog and a couple of angry mother 
hens, who thought the strangers might have 
wicked Intentions toward their young broods, 
they reached tbe bouse and made known 
their wants. 

The good housewife brought out Ore small 
loaves about the sire of large biscuits. 

"Hut If you have bread," said Dexter, "we 
would prefer It." 

"Oh," smiled the woman, "that's bread. 
Sir— I know the loaves are small, but you'll 
find that tbe weight la all there. 



local and H, B. Irving In the prominent parts. To- 



Jlrscy i 
er." 



iarver in "ftov O'Car- The romantic ballet, "CoppeUe," was given 

Vw7Bti&y^^irmSS, «t the Empire last Monday, and acbWd 

in Monday. "TEe Whirlwind" will have its the greatest success Mile, genee U 1 seen at 

London fnptam and on the same night, at her Best in this ballet, ta which abe made her 

the Waldorf, "Shore Acres" will be played for debut as a premiere danseuae at the Opera 

the first time in thla country. There la much House, Munich, some years 1 ago. 

oil "ter™ in "The Una and the Mouse," An Edinburgh paper, The >8#tq** of 

which la due at the Duke of York's on Tues- thla week, ^■^l^^- ] ^^-^.^ 

day of next week. from Chicago,' proved himself an excellent ra- 

Marc Klaw is la town and Is arranging for conteur. Bis songa and P&rodJn WJlg 

the production In this city of Souaa's new genuine humor, ■* .» agates «f jgjjjlfA 

opera, "The Free Lnnce," which, I believe, which he recited, created much amusement, 

has won great favor In America. Early next Among American performers who have 




Billy McCiala puts on a new act at !■■-■ 
lnghan oaJaae Jo. He SSkmtSSi 
a condensed musical comedy, and oredi.tV. 
great future for It Mr. tfcClaln has ' a -Vt 
had conalderable trcable with other ant 7 
on the same bills stealing his music IMbS 

There was a great time at the chrUtM.tr» 
of Mr. and Mrs. John Mack's dauJhttr l.f 
Sunday. Among those present were- Hirr n „ 
and Ashley, Mrs. Calrgwln, Louie Ch kWu 
Kemrlck and Devere. Kelly and Aaato iilJJf: 
and Darla, Btlne and Evans, and. of V. n™ 
Barney Ferguson. The little one rcV, i\,A 
many pretty and costly gifts. «■!■■ 

H. Costa, known on the stage as '-th* 
man with revolving head," has been exarir*. 
at a meeting of the German Medical ^ , ' lit 
of Prague. He turned his head 'round nVte? 
ally as far as the shoulder, and then ti>-kt.U 
It further with his bands 'till he IcwkeJ con 
pletely backwards, with his chin above th*. 
line of the spine. ue 

The following have been booked for Am<riw. 
by Jennie Jacobs : Bardeen, who leaves in a 
few weeka, to open in New York; Un'i nd 
Earle, the Manhattan Comedy Four Qm rSb 
Olracs, Elverton, B. H. Almon, Ilan-'iton 
Hill, and Mueller and Coyne. naaiiiura 

To celebrate the fiftieth performance of 
"The Bevue." at the Coliseum, there was • 
supper, with Bpeecbmaklog and dancln- on 
the stage at the close of the evening vW 
Everyone connected with "The Revue"' «;« 
Invited. w " 

Sydney M. Hymen has received word from 
Johannesburg that the opening night of dm 
new Empire, In that town, on Monday wis 
an enormous success, The whole of tbe'<eats 
In the house were hooked long before the 
doors were opened. Reports state that the 
building, which cost close upon fifty thousand 
pounds, Is the finest hall outside London 

Radford tnd Valentine are getting ready 
for a trip to America, where they have U)3k4 
some good dates. 

Two of Manager Butt's Importations Hose 
Stahl and company and Blunge, opened at 
the Palace, and to say that they made ?ood 
Is to put It mildly. Miss Stahl, in her little 
offering, "The Chorus Lady," is put down as 
a real find, and Mr. Butt la all smiles because 
of the young lady's success. Fears that in 
English audience would not understand the 
slang In tbe little piece were banished a 
few minutes after the curtain waa raised on 
the act To quota a well known critic ■ 
"Every now ano thea the connoisseur In act- 
ing comes across a performance which Is dis- 
tinguished from the average entertainment of 
the stage by reason of its wonderful U'e- 
llkeness. Such Is Boss Stsbl's creation of 
The Chorus Lady,* Just now to be seen at 
the Palace Theatre. At the risk of extrava- 
gant eulogy, we will eay Miss StahPs study 
deserves to rank with the finest achievements 
of Bernhardt, of Duse, or of Mrs. Patrick 
Campbell. It is amailngly natural and equally 
effective." EltLnge was equally as successful 
in bis line as Miss Stahl, and nearly all 
thought the fine looking young man to be a 
soubrette until he removed his wig at the 
finish. Mr. Eltlnge's fine work is different 
from all others, and la a finished and artistic 

Eerformance. In the Fall Mr. Eltlnge will 
ave one of tbe leading parts In a big Klaw 
A Erlanger production, and he will create a 
male character for the first time. Being an 
artist In every aense of the word, he Is sure 
to fill the hllL 

Dare Meier, of Meier and Mora, writes from 
South Africa, under date of April 27 : "Just 
a line to let you know that I received Tub 
Old Reliable all right, and I wish you coald 
see me sitting on the veranda out of the sun 
putting it to work. The weather Is beautiful, 
warm during the day and cool at night Fer- 
formers coming to tbls country during tbe 
months of April, May. June, July and August, 
shoal! have a supply of Winter garments 
with them, as tbe weather gets very cold at 
night. This la the last three weeks of the 
present Empire, the new bouse being opened 
May 14. The company here at present is a 
very strong one, consisting of four American 
and bIx English acta It would do your heart 
good to hear tbe people talk about the good 
tbiDg8 that come from America. De Witt, 
Burns and Torrance, In their novel act, "The 
Awakening of Toys,' are a big hit here. Tbelr 
act Is a sure fire one that could not go wrong 
anywhere, and I feet certain that If Arthur 
Collies were to see It he would sign tbem for 
the Crury Lane pantomime, Stuart, the male 
Pattl, opened big. He caught the audience 
with his first song, and after leaving the stage 
ha became the centre of great speculation, 
and not until be was heard In his natural 
voice did they really believe him to be au Im- 
personator. Tbe press all pronounce him to 
be miles ahead, of all female Impersonators 
Been here. Ford and Douglass are plsylug 
a return engagement here, and they must 
have felt proud of the reception they received 
on their opening night. They are great favor- 
ites, and their rapid Are way of delivering the 
goods warms the audience up to the highest 

£ltch of enthusiasm. Pierce and Maizle, and 
[ooney and Holbein, two American acts, have 
just closed a very successful engagement in 
Johannesburg, and arc now on their way to 
Cape Town. The sweet singing and beautiful 
costumes of Fierce tod Maizle have been the 
talk of the town. They open at the Oxford, 
London, la July. Mfooney and Holbein became 
great favorites at once; the audience never 
seemed to tire of their work. Mooney'a gro- 
tesque dancing and quaint comedy simply 
stormed tbe audience, and combined with 
Miss Holbein's fine Blnglng and musical se- 
lections, made the act one of tbe blggeBt bits 
ever seen here. We pot on our new set and 
received many congratulations on the beauti- 
ful scenery and novelties Introduced." 

Austin Walah, in his novelty act, "Seeing 
London," has been one of the best turns on 
the till at the Holborn Empire current week. 
Tbe audience laughed and appreciated bis dry 
humor. Mr. Walsh has an act that Is sure to 
catch oa In this town. 

♦ 1 » 

VIRGINIA. 



GEO. 11. STARR, FRIED B. HUTCHINSON 
AND CHAS. K. HUTCHINSON, 

Whose pictures appear on the front page of 

thta Issue, take rank among the most prom in- THE LA MOINES 

at! n£2FL\?J2££* t l51 m & ^ameaA A « producing one of the highest class musical acts In vaudeville. For over a year they were 

tgJ* B ™ ?* mmJ** j3L* gL± 0Ee 5 the fefturea of the principal music hails In Europe, and arc prominent at most every 

rB3UL*»mmnVCSJfmSttSS\kmmS tMlarnti theatre !l> this country. Mr. La Molne waa one of the original Rackett Brothers. 

of Directors He SfSgftf w&teSB E 3 Weatern Vaudeville Maaagera' Ablation has arranged a tour tor these performers that 

ncss for many years and Is an example of 

what energy and attention to business can 

accomplish. Beginning In a subordinate posi 



will keep them engaged continually until next season. 



tlon be bns risen, step by step, until nowhe B pr iDg Is the time set for the production, 
Is the hood of thla great tented show. Fred ^ gfl aw aIao ann ounces the London produc 
B. Hutchinson, who, besides being a director tIon o( Hartley Manner's new foar act com 
of the Bnrnum * Bailey Show. Is manager of ^j. .. Tlrt Marriage of Reason," the lore 
Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Is also well known g J£- ot a Chicago girl and an English noble- 
for his long connection with the sawdust ring. 
Chns. K. Hutchinson, who has been selected 
to fill the vacancy on the Board of Directors 



caused by the death of Mr. Bailey, la treas 
urer of the "Greatest Show on Earth." Ills 
r.nme Is also well known from his connection 
with this show. 

4-*-* 

Ms, Alio Mas. a K. Fobrester and Mr. 
and Mrs. Nick Adams tailed for Europe on 
Thursday, May 81. 



man. It will be produced In New fork In the 
Fall. Forbes Robertson opens In New York 
next October, under Klaw * Erlanger'a man- 
agement He will be seen In repertory ("Mice 



achieved succeas over here there are none who 
wears better than Will H. Fox. He made hla 
first appearance In London In 1800, and is 
recognised as a top liner to-day, as his billing 
shows. He will shortly visit Amerlcs, and 
remain until his return dates on the Moss 4 
Stoll tour commence. Monnle Emerald (Mrs. 
Fox) witl also try her fortunes in vaude- 
ville. She comes of an old theatrical family, 



and Men," etc), and oIbo probably In Bernard haa played all the best halls in this country, 

Shaw's "Caesar and Cleopatra." and should be very successful In the States. 

Frank Curson has decided to send "The Lit- She Is clever and very pretty, 

tie Stranger" to America, where It will be Ferguson and Mack opened at the Man- 

B reduced under the direction of James K. cheater Hippodrome last Monday, and report 

[ackett. The comedy closes to-tight a very meeting with much euceese. Next week tttj 

successful engagement at the Criterion, The play the Empire, Newest Ue-on-Tyne. 



Norfolk. — Ocean "View Casino (Otto Wells, 
local manager) opened its regular Summer 
Beasxn Monday, May 28, with vaudeville. Al- 
though the weather has been rather cool for 
seashore attractions, business has been ver; 
satisfactory. People booked for week of June 
4 : Therese ttenz, Vaterbury Bros. andTenny. 
Meers Brothers, Le Roy and Woodford, end 
Chadwlck Trio. 

Buod (Abb Smith, manager). — New people 
week of 4 : Josle Dowlr, Arthur and Coombs, 
Mary Carr, and Charles La Pine. Business is 
good 

Acmb (Wllkerson A Mamie, managers).—; 
Teople for week of 4 : May Kirk, Clay and 
Lester, Wallace Sheldon. Ed. Johnson. n..rd 
and Grant, and Sadie Burgess. Business is 
good. . 

Avditoridm (J. M. Barton, managon.— 
Teople week of 4; Johnson and Sulllvno, 
Trixle Adams, Three Rents, Fairbanks Sis- 
ters, Three Carltons, nnd Maile Brown. 

MiNHATTAH (Crlunian Bros., mansgers).-— 
BUI for week of 4: May Penman, Jack Stock- 
ton, Florence Le Roy, Minnie Patterson, *na 
the Madderas. Business is good. "Struck ic 
Rich" will be produced by Leo Florence. 

Nora.— Charles Rents will assume the (sat* 
agement of the Windsor Casino, at Ocean 
City, Md., June 18. 

a n i 

OKLAHOMA, 

Oklahoma City. —At the Bijou Air DaBM 
(Carleton k Lacaure, managers) business io- 
week of Msy 28 opened well, with Jack Bej 
ton, Floretta Trlnce, Brandom and Harvej, 
the Musical Hussells. and Bljousxapb. 

Obxuah Gibdem (Slnopoulo A Marre. man 
agers).— Week of 27, ,T La Mascot te •?' 
"The Bohemian Girt.'' presented by * ne I J^ 
lumbta Opera Co.. drew S. R. 0. S» dJ *J 
night. The management of the Ga ™$ D ,/in 
cently completel a scenic railway, and *•" 
have the cars in operation June l. 



&&. F63WE6& 0FTH6CP€gJ£lY SHOW eoRiearomM BrpRICfflfi$$ T 




<&m 'Gamper!} hiftinQ Ihe bulls eye 



The tfndofThe'tfbrld-znoT'listicknd realistic, ^presentation 





flv/isscT>2i,ino r <JutenMab„ „ Capfoinshmon & 
\sromshind eveiybcJy. rromCnyaret- -Morris discussini the 



IP. IS. Brown 
thejovi&l press »• 
of Dreamland 





tyeo.Jeonescu 



Jfeinrich Henricksen, most popular imon£ lhepaTro7ts& idolised iybispefs* 



A Dreamland runaway 





Hiftffp > 

The Ni&dara 3rotliera in a lively bout 
on Ineloft-y wire. 



A scene at 'The Dreamland '£mer^e ncyJlospifal . 



The Moeki&noke Dancers performing' Ineirrveifof spectacle- 



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tne past v we< 
Hearted Jin 
HBidow of 1 

.RKI'fH'K 

criette Wo 

nuil Sumnw 



noTlCB T O COItRKg POUPBWTI. 

.'oar ihcatrhal corrapor.fcntM Off hcrtby- 
notified that the CrcdenUtt* noio Held by 
them txpirrd en Junt J. 7hty on rcquct Ird 
to rfiurrt Iftem <0 (Ml Qjflofl Cl OHM, /of 

renewaifor ift*-JW7. 

— ! • ■» 

HASSACHt'SfiTTi. 

r> ■ ' ■ ■- 

gotten, — Summer mimical attractions now 
hold full «w*7- "The Tourlita" opena at 
the Majeatlc, Richard Carle, Id "The Mayor 
of Tofclo," 1b at the Colonial; Harry Bulger 
Continues Id "Tbe Man f foin Now," at the 
Tremoot, and tbe opera mama begins with 
"The Mikado," at the Castle Square. The 
dramatic stock bills are: "The Private Sec- 
retary*" *t the Empire, and "Down by the 
8ca " at the Bowdoln Square. Wonderland 
and Notuuibega Parka opened on Memorial 
Dar, and the other outdoor resorts will be 
'n 'operation June Hi. The Globe, Howard 
nnd Columbia closed last Saturday night. 
Hnrab Bernhardt will give two performances 
at the Boa ton 9. 

Majestic (A. L. Wilbur, manager). — The 
new musical comedy, "Tbe Tourists," will 
hive Its first local hearing 'Monday evening, 
4, then beginning an Indefinite engagement. 
The company Includes : Richard Golden, Julia 
Sanderson, ' wm. Pruette, Wm. Hodge, Geo. 
A Schiller, Cstelle VVentworth, Phil A. Ityley, 
Kdna Chase and Howard Chambers. "Young 
Kernald," a comedy, by two local authors, 
was successfully- presented here last week by 
Henry Miller and Margaret Anglin. 

Colonial (Cnas. Frohm&n, Rich k Harris, 
managers). — After a week of darkness, this 
house reopens 4, for the Hummel, with Rich- 
ard Carle. In "The Mayor of Toklo." Km ma 
Janvier. Adele Rowland and Ada Mitchell are 
prominent ■ fc „__ _ . 

■ Tbbmokt (Jno. B. Schoeffel. manager).— 
"Tie Mnn from Now," with Harry Bulger, 
111 Us first presentation at tbls house on 
Memorial Day, and was favorably received by 
Ill's* audiences. The piece Is a revised edi- 
tion of "Tomorrow-land," which was produced 
a" at Fall. The company: Walter Lawrence, 
in Keefe, Geo. O'Donnell; ChaB. Meyers, 
Helen Hale, Frances Demerest, Hattte Ar- 
tfpjd and Lucy Toturc. The production will 
remain all Summer. -_ v. 

Castle Souabb (Boston Stage Society, 
manager). — The regular dramatic season 
<iid* to a successful close last Saturday 
night, with "The Jilt," by the stock. The 
Hummer opera season opens this week, with 
'The -Mikado." Prominent are: J. K. Mur- 
ray. Clara Lane. Geo. Tallman, Otis R. 
Thayer,- Geo. Shields and Josephine Barttett. 
"11 Trovatore" week of 11. 
-~, BpHTON' (Iawrence Mdlarty, manager).— 
Ihlc" house will be reopened for two per- 
formances, by Sarab Bernhardt, 9. She will 
ulay "Camllle" In the afternoon, and a com- 
posite bill In the evening. 

Glo«b (Stair* Wilbur, managers).— With 
'■Busier Brown," last week, the third season 
"/■'this house under the present management 
came to i conclusion. 

41m fire (BoBton Amusement Co., mana- 
gers).— "The Private Secretary." by the Km- 
litre Stock Co., this week. John Oral* has 
thj title role. "Mrs. Dane's Defense was 
Itftweoka bill, drawing well. "A Mld-Sum- 
tuer NlghCs Dream" 11-lti. 

BowpoiN tiQUARE (G. B. Loth r op. IllUlfl- 
■eri . — Cbftrlea Miller and Annette Marshall 
■have -Die- leads In "Down by the Sea," which 
the stock plays the current week. During 
the psfitvweek crowded houses enjoyed "Big 
irted Jim." For week, of 11, "In the 
" the Gallows." • 

(B. F. Keith, manager).— The 
Woman's Orchestra begins Its an- 
Summer engagement here this week. 
The surrounding vaudeville show Includes : 
Bert Leslie, Robert Dalley and company, 
•Four l.nkenn, Mr. and Mrs. Perkins" Fisher 
and company. Flood Bros., Shean and War- 
rior. May Bel fort, Jacobs' dogs, Stanley and 
liponard, NIblo and Riley, Francis Wood, 
Hits'le* Fisher and new motion pictures. Busi- 
ness, holds good. 

frvwAim (Carl D. Lothrop, business raau- 
). — The sixtieth regular season of the 
Howard cornea to a close 2, but on 11 
Ihe, house will be open for the benefit per- 
formance for the family of the late William 
MjftAVqy, many years manager of tbe How- 
ard. The bill Includes : Lew Wella, Honey 
Johnson./ Cramer and Hawkins, Babv Eddy, 
Cgsppr and Clark, G. A. Dowllng. Delmar 
nros., Wally Clark, Forber, Todesca-Keatlng 
Trio, Provan. and Young, Chester Dolan, 
Russell and Russell, tbe Howard Burlesqueis, 
Geo. Alexander, and many others. 
■ -Palace (Ohas. H. Waldron, manager). — 
The stock burlesquers present two new lawn 
provokers' thls~ week. A change of vaudeville 
sets Includes :. Jean and Ellsworth. Charley 
Farrell, Darmody. Le Metre" and Le Matre, 
and the Palaceacope. T. F. Thomas and Leo 
SteYeps head the burlesquers. 

■Lvuki.'u (G. H. Batcheller, manager). — 
Shindan's City Sports Co. closed the regular 
"wpeer-BeaBon or this bouse 0. The Summer 
stock burlesque company starts In this week 
with: Kelly and KeUey. Marlon. Blake, Bob 
Van paten, Harry La Marr. Peart Held, Bo- 
banoon and Corey. Tiltlo Cohan, Grace Ce- 
lestev .Marshal! and King, Harry Koler and 
Luujs Powers. - 

Columbia (H. 3f, Furren, manager). — The 
MlsV Clover Burlesquers closed the regular 
btjf sun of this house. The pant season, -which 
w|b- the second under the present manage- 
ment, was a very successful one. 

'AL'STIN ft STONt'S MUSEUM (A. B. White, 
manager!. — In curio hall, second sad last 
WML : The, Musical Honolulu Students, Joe 
lioaqj. pool expert ; the Ilobertos. lmptileoaent 
act; -the Kngilsh Peep Show. Tiixle, snake 
encbarjtress ; the Matzonls, and others. In 
the .theatre : The Minstrel Maids. Intruduoiiig 
Ida CHCQubell, Pearl Hudson, Vlolcttc Dale. 
Lulu, Keeley, Delia Ranncy, Grace Howard, 
Irma "Grant, Dorothy Morton, Stella St. 
Clair.. ChaB. Clark, Henry Meyers. John Man- 
Iky, Jas. Maxwell, and Kamuchl and Tony, 
lf|Dt|t" Will and May Reno. Edwards and 
i-'onuia,iiy, and James and Richards. 

Halkkh's Museum (L B. Walker, roana- 

E[).~i'r^r, Mike Wlllard. of Rhode Island, 
pjf fj-lnff all comers on tbe mat In the curio 
(f'tnlB week, Other features are: Johnny 
Wallace, boy bag puncher, and Kills, king of 
naw|c. Stage - show : N'lna SearleB' Bur- 
lesflUfra. Olio: Tbe Meehaus, Pearl Arnold, 
Blanch .Savoy, Flora De Leon, and tbe blo- 

■HicKELOtiEov <iv. H. WolnTe, manager). — 
The liaual number of curio ball features this 
week. In the theatre Wolffe's Burlesquers 
will." present two burlettas and a good vaudo 
vJlle vllo.- 

Woh'ui'.KUM) Park (K C. Thompson, man- 
ager),— *'VtU magnificent new park at Revere 
' ***ji|f'hwS8 thrown open to the public an Me-' 
ninns! Day, and fully seventy-tlve thousand 
pepwe. paid tbe admission price of ten ceots. 
Tnjr many conceaslonB are doing an enormous 
btUlhciB, 

Nqkuiibeua Park (Carle Alberte, mana- 
ger).— Th? tenth season of this popular resort 
began. qn Memorial Day, with a crowd which 
tastdlta-'capaclty. In the rustic theatre week 
9/i4'ire; Qulgley Bros., McGratb BroB. and 
PflkfvHtaitri Troupe. Mr. and Mrs. McGreevy, 
Ohflk'' Saunders and the tomograph. J. W. 
Gorman, doea the booklDg, as In previous 

' UK™"-— Sunday concert bill, 10. at the 
BowoIij Hquarp : Lew Wells. Three Madcaps, 
Jes>iU cree, DlaaMind and Smith, Al. Carle- 
ton. Kempton and Murdock. Dan Malumrby, 
RMrla and V'on Kaufman, McDade and Wei- 

cAWfa. n'nd Prof. Frederick Fav Davis, 

trje'-welt known actress, and Gerald Law- 
ren,rc. -an English actor, were married In 
this oily May 31 Br. Karl Muck, of the 

' Hoyal Opera. In Berlin, will conduct the 
Boston Symphony Ort-ueitra for 1904-07. 



Worpnter.— At the Worcester Theatre 
<J. I. Rock, resident manager). Mrs. iLeslte 
Carter, in "Zaaa," June 8. . , . ' 

Franklin Sqihkk (J. F. Burke, resident 
manager).— Week of 4, the new Franklin 
Square Stock Co. will open with "The Chris- 
tlao." Week of II, "The Crust of Soclely." 
Last week Malcolm Williams and hla com- 
pany closed, with "Miss Hobba," after sixty 
auccessful weeks of stock. 

Pauk Tiibatbe (Alf. T. Wilton, manager) 
—Week of 4, Carlton-Moore Block Co.. In* 
"Kaet Lynne." 4-«, and "Uncle Tom's Cabin" 
7-0. Laat weekv the company played "A 
Break for Liberty," to good returns, 

PoLi'a (Cnas. W. Fonda, resident mana- 

Ser).— Week of 4. Mr.. Poll's stock will pro- 
uce "Hamlet" 4-6, and "Jim, the Penman." 
Mi. "O'Brien, the Contractor," 11-10, Last 
week "A Royal Lover" and "A Fatal Wed- 
ding" had very satisfactory business. 

WHITS Cut (F. H. Bigelow, manager). 
—Week of 4: Harry Hill, Lester Bros., Mile. 
De Lora, and the usual permanent attrac- 
tions. Decoration Day business unexpect- 
edly heavy. Business is continually good, 

Lake (Worcester Consol. St. Ry. Co,, man- 
agerat.r-Week of 4, J. W. Gorman's XoteKj 
Co., Including Joe Fllnn, Cooper and Robin- 
son, and tbe dog and pony circus. Business 
to capacity. 

Pinrhubst Park (Jas. P. Caples. resident 
manager) . — After two years with clQBCd 
galea this park opened Memorial Day. under 
Ihe management of the Wonderland Amuse- ■ 
men i Co.. of Newark, N. J. A vaudeville 
performance will be given in the Rustic The- 
atre every week day, . 

Nutkh. — Worcester has yet to see a mure 
enthusiastic audience than the one which at- 
tended the farewell performance of the Mal- 
colm Williams Stock Co., at tbe Franklin, un 
June 2. Kach member was received with 
round after round of applause, and at tbe 
lest curtain the house rose cm. manse Tbe 
players were deluged with flowers and gifts, 
and a clever acknowledgement for herself 
and the company was made by Florence Reed. 
As her carriage left the" theatre there was a 
eecond demonstration . , . .Ufaln'i Circus and 

Col. Cummins' Wild West Sbow 6 Frank 

A Hobbles' Shows 0. 



. Hoiruer. uianaceri a uray ui 
m uii'itentcd by the Vaughn UuMei 
vcvk of 5*ay -8, tu good business. 



ClaetnnaiU. — Although every shun- »hnp 
Id town Is closed, there Is more than Hie 
usual run of midsummer theatrical talk. It 
Is whispered that the Empire circuit nmy 
pull away from the People's Theatre and seek 
a down town location for a burlesque Iiuuhp. 
White George Heuck admits that a site la 
being sought, he says the old gold mine at 
Thirteenth aud Visa — over the Ithlpe— t wlll 
still be retained tor theatrical purpoaes. tt _.. 

Is bard to forecast Jast what Is In store the- .last week Included: Dunbar a 
alrlcallv for Cincinnati next seTason. The and Bouleile. Harry Potter and 
Grand Opera House will have competition **" 
for the Hist time In a decade, .when , the 
Hnubert-Belasco house is dedicated, almost 
opposite the house owned by the Hlnton. es- 
tate, and directed by Harry Ralnforth and 
John H. Havlln. The Standard Theatre, which 
planted Its guns on tbe bankn of tbe canal In 
the former vine Street Opera'House, main- 
tained a steady and prosperous ruu from the 
day the doors opened until the aeason closed. 

Manager Charles B. Arnold Ih a newcomer In Beryl Elliott, a local girl 
the amusement field. Tbe Standard will re- mobile, loop the loop,. 
open about the middle* of August. 

Norwood Campis. — On taa old circus 
grounds. Juue 11, Pain's. "Last Days of Pom- 
peii" will open for a two weeks'- engagement. 
Will H. Barry la already on the grounds pre- 
paring for the fireworks fele. 

Ludlow Lauoon (J. J. Weaver, tnuuszvr). 
—In the Rustic Tbea(re,';i. InuvHS and Ryan 
will come and ski Ihe Pepper Twins, late of 
ihe Kilties: tbe Three Highlands, Msrlc 
Clark, and Scker, Wilkes and Itustus. and tlio 
Zulu comedians. In putting on good vaude- 
ville. The cold snap of the early week 
happily ended before Memorial Day, -when 
record breaking crowds were In attendance. 
Last week's bill Included a European spe- 
cialty, pnt on by Camlilo and Forna. Fre- 
volt's Illusions were clever ; Vvette's contor- 
tion act was itetter than the ordinary ; Bar- 
ney First proved a good Hebrew Impetsoua- 



Lt xa I'aiik' (M. KIwouaI Salsbiiry. iimim- 
gvrl.-rMhvratl'H Band. Hardy, ' the wire 
walker, mid Kiutbenstmr, the airship mnn, 
«lll be Hie special features week of 4. 

Cnlnmhaa. At the Ureal SoUlbrrn The- 
atre IO. M. Heffner. nianaseri_ "A Lad/ of 
Oniilliv" was 
.Stock IS 
"Mls« Ilobbs" Is current. 

Olbstanuy Paak (W. W. Proaiter, uiana- 
gerl. — Vaudeville continues to draw. Rill U*v 
■ *■ Dunbar's goatH, Zlnelle 
.•otter and compauy.. we* 
vine and Leonard, the Burkes, and MM 
Kolfe. Bill for week of June ;i : Carr and 
Llnd. Florence Heeves, L.vndale AIII*on, Jupe- 
ter Brothers, Herbert Devon ti, and Klvertou. . 

Notks itinjjiiiiK Bros.t Clretw cornea IS. 
. . .. ..Colllnx' (lai'deu will op>en 11 ..... . 

ludlauola Park will have the Millard llrow, 

for the outdoor attract Inn w*ek of 4 

.lames lie Wolfe, press ugeut i»( Hie Hagxu- 

bach Show, was here May :il. and sinned 

' to do the aulo- 

. Walter tiosaenx, 

of the LK> lluc Brothers Minstrels, la here on 
a visit to his parents. 



Toledo.— At the Farm Ttit*atre(.1oo I'eart- 
stlne, manager) the Columbia Stock Cu,.ii|i 



tor. 

CuL'STtut Paiik (I. M. Martin, manager). — 
The Bootblack Quartette, Herr.Maona. Mile. 
Dulr, the Hatch Brothers, and Eddie tilii.n 
are at the Vaudeville Theatre '.i-9. Thc.Sum- 
mer season of opera commeuces 10. During 



iicared In "G rails tark," Slay ^7 and week, and 
had good altendaiice. Vaudeville will be nut 
ou Juno 'A and week with the following bill : 
Frank Hall, Pont and llussHI. Coatw «itu- j 
(lower and company, Xlnuell nnd Bontcltc, 
Kates Bros., and Harry Bolter and company. 
Arcadk ill. II. I*anikln, manager). -— 
"Sapho," hs produced last week by tlao 1.1 v- 
ingwton Stork Co.. well Unserved- the gaurl 
IMtronagc it received. "Uii Barry" a and 

Casino Tiieatilk (Olio Kllves, nrauugcrt. 
—The Mackle Show had well deserved |n»i- 
ruuage last week. Han Castello and family 
were a feature In Ihe big tetil, and tin* *\w 
Khow. In tin* limitlH of nit-linnt Louis, was an 
added feature that pleased many. 

CnysTAi-ltieo. W. Lawrlr*. tiiunattef '■— -TUw 
theatre, which opens .Iniicrl. U a new one for 
tun public of Toledo. Geo. Law lie In the «»«• 
Hfler, and Thoiufl* KltJ i" musical director. 
The bill follows: Staplctou autl Clmnev. thu 



Lowell. -At the Hathaway (John I. Shan- 
non, resident manager) tbe Hathaway Stock 
Co., Barwald ft Lernngwell, managers, offered 
"Tbe Ticket of Leave Man," to good business, 
last week. A. St. Clair Hvers and Marie Falls, 
In the leading roles, were applauded for clever 
work. Jack Chagnon. an Hawksbaw, deserved 
mention, as did Elizabeth Bruce, ss Sam 
Wllloughby. and Ernest Anderson, as Malt- 
by. Nat Lefflngwell, W. H. Barwald, Sumner 
Nichols, £a Redding and Dickie Dclaro won 
new laurels. The vitagraph pictures are a 
standard and pleasing feature each week. 
"Kathleen Mavonrneen week of June 4, ' 

Mention'. — The parks were successfully 
opened May 30, being filled to oversowing. 
Col. Cummlngs r Wlld West will enter- 
tain 11, at the circus grounds.. ."Paint- 
ings of the Battles of tne Civil War" are on 

\ lew a t the Armory H. I . Savage ga ve 

two concerts of camerugrapb pictures at the 
Temple Theatre. May 'Mi, to good business. 
Bella Larlgnc and .tunes Lane were the so- 
loists, and William A. Gtlmore. musical direc- 
tor. The Arcade (Geo. W, Carey, man- 
ager) bud a successful opening Deuorattoii 

Day. at Canoble Lake Park Tbe 1.owell 

bunds will consolidate and give a free concert 
In Cltv Park % under the auspices of Lowell 
Musicians' Association, direction of Roscoe 

McDantels The moving pictures of the 

San Francisco disaster will be a feature of 
the Canoble Lake Park entertainment during 

the current week The ladles' orchestra 

of tbe Hathaway Theatre (Flora fltrong 
Coggawell, director) continues to win friends. 

Springfield. — At the Court Square (D. 
O. Gllmore, manager) the Hunter-Bradford 
Stock presented "Alabama" In a satisfactory 
manner. Frances Gaunt was excellent, and 
Henry Kolker, Wallace Eddlng, Julia Booth 
and Samuel Heed were also capital. "What 
Happened to Jones" week of June 4. 

Poli'h (J. C. Crlddlc, realdent manager). — 
Large audiences witnessed the Poll Stock Co., 
In "Why Smith Left Home," last week. Wil- 
liam McKey and Ruth Blake were the star 
applause winners. Blary Mtockwell, L. M. 
Boyle and Carroll Daly were also very good. 
"TenneVsee's Partner" 4-0. 

Notks. — Col. Cummins' Wild West will 
spread Its canvas on Hampden Park, Juno 4, 
and Bariumi & Ballev 1(1 JSprlngQeld 

Seople read with pride tbe success which 
ulfa Sanderson, a local young lady, is scor- 
ing In "The Tourists." 
• i 

Kew Bedford.— At tbe New Bedford, the 
Clair Stock Co, closed tho season here, to 
fair business, 

Hathaway's (J. M- Hathaway, tuaouKer). 
— Summer stock company presented "Blue 
Jeans," to good business, last week. "The 
Little Minister" week of June 4. 

Savo* (W. H. Sblne, manager). — Suepard's 
moving plciuresdrew good business last week. 
Ssn Francisco pictures week of 4. 

Notes.— -W. Frank Barry, of Archie Sbep- 
ard's force, will manage the Opera House at 

Wooosocket, B. 1. next season .Prof. 

O'Connel,- of Huthaway's Theatre, baa re- 
turned from bis honeymoon spent In Xova 
Scotia, and has resumed his duties as leader 

of the orchestra Gustavo Gauss, of tbe 

J. Frank Burko Stock Co., was In town for a 
few days last week. 

■ ' -■ 

Full River.— At Ibe Savoy (Al. Hayncs, 
manager) the Huntington Stock Co. was seen 
last week, to rlne advantage, drawing good 
houses, in "The Senator." Mr. Von Mltzell. 
In the title role, whs excellent. The entire 
company gave splendid support. Week of 
June 4. "Doctor BUI." / 

Siikkdt'h (C. E. Cook, manager).— The 3. 
Frank Burke Stock Co. gave '!Tbe Pace that 
Kills" very ably last week, to good business. 
Week of 4. "The Shadow Behind the Throne." 

Vti-KUi.oDKON in. h. Bufflnton, manager). 
—Bill week of 4 : Pat and May Touhcy, Wal- 
ter Clifton. Flora Klppllng, Geo. F. Hayes, 
and Nlckelscope. Business in good- 
■ ■■ ■ 

Lynn, — The Auditorium (Harry Katzett, 
manuger) will close its season June V, after a 
most successful year, and Manager Katzes 
and his corps of assistants will then take a 
rest. Tbe final hill, week of 4, Includes : 
The Empire City Quartette, Hush and Gor- 
don, Gardner and Stoddard, Mitt Wood, the 
McConnell Sisters, Pierce and Opp, Laura 
Bennett and cutnpauy, and the vltaoraph. 

N'oiKfl. — Manager Sbcafe, of the Belay The- 
atre, Nahant, will open tils season June 17. 

Manager Doyle Is making arrangements 

for the opening of Gorman's Summer theatre, 
at Salem Willows, early this mont h. 

Tamaton. — Frank A. Bobbins' Circus If* 
well billed for June T. Strong bills' were pre- 
sented at tbe several parks Memorial Day. 
sad business was very large. 'Massey ft 
Krinmner, who are at their home here for the 
Summer, were eagaged for Sahtnttla Park, 
and pleased immense audiences. 

Lawrence. — At tbe Colonial (A, lluynee, 
manager) "Tbe Lost Paradise" played U> 
good business, with an exceptionally good 
cast, last week. "The Cowboy and the Lady" 
June 4 and week. 

«■» 1 — 

Maggie Clixb la confined to her residence. 
In Red Bank, N. J., with two fractured ribs 
and other Injuries, which resulted from a 
collision between her runabout and an auto- 
mobile on Thursday night. May .11 . She was 
out driving when tbe accident happened. An 
automobile, driven by William Hallenback, 
approached, and teorrning unmanageable, 
crashed Into Hiss Clint's carriage, throwing 
her to tbe ground. 



(he Memorial Day services at Sprlug Grove 

nil amusements were closed down. The day's Valpas. Will Carlton Maker, the Guys, ami tlio 

crowds were large. The Fernando May Dwo klnodroniu. 

was substituted last week for l,ex I, a Hoses, Notk.— Carl Hugunheck's CI ran* gave Iwo 

tbe wire wizards, who canceled, on account performances hero May UU, to Kplendtd bust- 

or the death ot one of their number. The neas. 



Bcrgere Sifters made u hit In Dutch comedy 
Katlieryn Maury was an example of bruised 
pluck. She was In the Louisville and Nash- 
ville wreck, and received painful Injuries 
and a slightly marred face. Still alie went 
on with her turn, and was well received. 
Clavton and Jennings, with their mule. "Jas- 
Ler,*" were clever in "The Darktown Circus." 
They were also In the smashup. 

J5puj.ooiCAL Gakokn (Walter C. Draper, 
secretary). — Patrick Conway's Ilhaea Baud 
will continue dally couccrts until 'Jtf. Tho 
United Singing Societies will give their an- 
nual outing :!. Last week's crowds weru 
large and enthusiastic. 

Cokcv Island i !.. T. Anderson, manager). 
— George L. Bumbsiigh, the French iiemnaiil. 
comes U, following Roy Knubeusliue, who 
made several aerial nights with the Arrow 
last week. In (he little theatre under the 
trees, on Lake Como, Edwin ('amp, Modoc 
and Modoc, Cartmcll and Heed, and Muiilu 
and Van will t>e tbe bill. Lust week business 
was good, and tbe iil'w Princess and Island 
Uiteen carried tliuusaudx up and down the 
river. William Scheicr, Pletro Ilomeo, Austlu 
Brothers, Burt K. slelburn, and Haley and 
Hurty provided the vuudeville, under the di- 
rection of the new nniusement manager, 
F " 
■..-^ 

Walnut Stmmst Thkatiik (M. C. Ander- 
son, manager). — Jacob P. Adler comes 4-u, to 
present "The Stranger." He will be support- 
ed by Sarah Adler and bis New York com- 
pany. ' 

Bi'JiMKtt Chat.— Charles L. Doran, of Tha 
rimiH-sittr ataff, baa succeeded !■:. C. StinnMt 
as i in* press agent of Oiester I'nrk. He is 

well tltted to keep thlngH moving Kate 

Havlln. Payne, toe handsome and clever 
daughter of John II. Havlln, has been grant- 
ed a divorce from Iteiiben A. Payne, ami re- 
stored to her maiden nBme .The gradu- 



rnntoii,--.M the Park Theatre (L. It. 
Cool, manager) week of June- :i. Ihe Mil *v»i- 
prises : The Columbia Omn'ily KauTi Melnui tr- 
1,B Nolo Trio. Florence Hatiuders. MasuillU 
Duo. anil the Llfeogmpli. a'a parity houses, 

BLioi; (ThomiiH k I'otts, nmnngersi. - 
Vaudeville, moving pictures and DUmniteu 
sunga week of 4, 

AHRtiiciN iMcwnr uUWswK i Frank Cwa> 

ter. nanager).— Tin* tsitana Troupe, late »r 

llarmim & Bailey's Circus, drew good crowds 

luatweek, anil will hold over for U anil week. 

* 

MarittBelil. Al Meiiiiirlal Opera lloice 
SeveugHll and ruoipany. Iiypnnlhta. wwk of 
May IS. had good liimlneaa. This IKHHI '8 
now clOKCil for the neiiM'U. 

UtiruM si (Gus Sim * i>. <i. Murray, mnn- 
Rgatral.— Bill (or week of JlUH ll Iva, INI* 
more and Ivy, Sannuio and Hiuiow, Haby 
Thelmu, n ml Margaret Graco. 

Lakk Paiik Camiso ( K. •.. Kmlly. niana- 
nr), — Frank llulland and Ike orplihirti 
Stock Co. hud excellent hiu*liM'SH hist week, 
and will remai n hen; week of 4. 

Gruve Turk 



INDIANA. 

Iiidlanrapaiiu. At the Park Thitatrs 
(Dleksoii A Talbot t. imitniiciMi the UpImm-ch 
Warren Stock Co. put on 'T»r. Jekyll and Mr. 
Hyde" May itt-iluV lo guotl h«Hluens. "Mrs, 
Dane's Defense" ill-June '2. "The t'batlty 
Ball" week of 4. 

Fairkank. — OHtendoif'a Falrbank Orchea- 
tra. Uennle Pedersoil. soprano, and Spencer 
Kelly, Iwrltune, soloists, did good business 
lust week. 

W'OKbCHUSi).— Marie Lm Blanche, Duro 
Uevli Dash, and He A heme drew big crowds. 
Wilms Cm.-- -Tail** new Summer auiusc- 
ineiit euterprliM* opened lo a very big crowd 
Mny '.'<l, with a full Hue of pnrk attraction'', 
Noma.— -Marie Lit Btimche was aeveridy 
Injured 'J8. at Wonderland, while making her 
slide for llfM, aud i« now at St. Vincent 
Hospital here. "Tim Marvelouw Scotty," who 
took her place with the snnte nirparntus, 2l», 

was also uadrlv hurt, perliap» rnlnlly 

Forepaugh-Sella Bros,' Circus June II, 
a " ■■■— 

KvnuhvIIIc. - ■ "i'lir Grand fVedley k 
Biirch. managers) Is liosed for the seaiou, 
mid some Insproreincuts arc to be made during 
the Summer monthx, 

Ti.nn.t'iH tl'edlov ft Burch, inaiiagcra) Ia 
uIho closed, and will have souiu changes uuula 
during the Summer. 

Couk'm Pain if. J. Hnfrii. l u aw sger ),-" 
Thin resoil Iiuh bcim t-omplelely ehanged. ami 
thousands of HglilM linvr been added. New 
attractions are bringing crowds, and Ihe lloll- 
ii war, n new skating rink, dauiiug hall and 
bowling allev are Mtium Band coiiccrta 
arc also given nightly, In addition to tho 
viiudovllle »buw. 1*111 week of May 3T iu- 
cluded : The Genet r. Slab'in, ns a free nt trac- 
tion; HhIcIi Bros., Howard and Llinler, 
WuoiIm and Woods. Ktlwnrd Glllen, C<»lllnn 
and Ui Belle. Mr. Refiit In sparing nntllmc 
lo make his iwrk a impnlar place of amiifie- 
nient. 

t»AK Mt'M.MIT I'AIIK opens fur the seSKOtl 
i-ti June II, nnd litis a strong list of ntlmc- 
MmiM. The upptilnn; bill liu-hulca : ■ Swor 
Urns.. Arthur siewiirl uiul Kelly Sisters. Wll- 
lard Newell aud company, t'rro and Wilson, 
Luna Hnveupo't niid Ben Turnlii. 'Hie kln«i* 
dmuie will also be an iittratilou. In addi- 
tion to the vaudeville- show other iiiuiisuuirnla 
are offered. *u«h as school It mini's, merry- 
go-round. Jinwiiose tea Iioiumj, restaurant a. 
nnd a aoo. 

Xotks.— Mmmger IVdley, of the Grand aiirt 
IVuplo's, was In tin' elty Muy J«. looking 

over his nuiiHvroiia Int^reslK here I hn 

local i:ikN. No. 116, are In have a gliln week 



iiiagallli-etit building here. 



HprlflKlleld, — At Spring y ; 
■;nglebrecht. Schmittle's Baud gives concerts Casino (Tom Powell, tnauHgeri, hill for week 
;wlce a day. at 4: Kelsey Moore, George Lewis, JiiHiiphlno. 



tlnstiman and her picks. Carter and (Jaudy, 
Shevena and Fuller, and h tne tea r a ea. 

OnritttH (Gus Mnn. manager).-— Hill f<»r 
week of I: Chas Kenus. I^oti aud Iterile 
Allen, the Great I'niiah, Mr, and Mrs. Hoi- 
lie Hyde, and new pictures. 

««» ■ 

HHIHI1! IMLAMI). 



Pruvldeiiw.— At Ihe Providence Opera 
House (F. II. Weiidelsfliiiefer, uiutiager) "I'Iih 
Isli^uf Blue," a musical comedy, by Alfred 

Chattel) ami lieu Cooke, uf this city, st- 

atluKtiass of the Cincinnati University pie- traded large houses May 28-:iO, anil wmh 
sentod "Krlar Bacou and Prlur Bungay,*' by favnrably coinmeiiteil on. Ihe caat was 



ltobert Greene, on the University quadrangle, 
Mm 31. Old Kngllali was the language used. 

.The boys of Delta. Beta, of Hughes 

High School, presented "Mr. Boh," under llm 
direction of Calvin Vos, at (be Westwood 
Town Hall, 1. Wendell Campbell. Gordon 
Agntw, Lawrence Van Matrc, Charles Skin- 
ner, frank Gavin. Stanley Krels and lliiHsell 

Jonea were In the cast "Tbe night of 

the lrfitus Fete Ih one of -the fele nigata ar- 
ranged for the Fall Festival tv be patterned 
after the Murdl Gras, In .New Orleans. iv,> 
pie who attend will he costumed In tbe be- 
coming garments of Japan Gilbert Kly, 

stage director of the Forepaugh Stock Co.. Is 
combining pleasure and business at Port- 
laud, .Me .The Ohio 'Music Teachers' 

Association meets here la annuel convention 
June 20-21!. Great programmes arc being ar- 
ranged by A. J. Gantvourt, of the College of 

Music Cincinnati Is honeycombed with 

electric theatres, and Norwod now claims one 
— a tented affair.. ....J. Murray Allison la 

coming to Cincinnati for the Sbubcrls, to 
ur-e If an arrangement can be made with tho 
Fall Festival Association for the presenta- 
tion of "The Blue Moon," a spectacular opera. 
It Is possible tbe New Yorkers wltl later 
take on a Japanese operatic spectacle. "Yo- 
seial Sun," which Pant Jones, author of 
"Marco Polo," wrote, and which the Full 
Festival people wanted thu Shubcrts to 
stage. It. It. Heynolds bus been In New York 

ii week, talking over the big yluu. 

Under the i>eraouiil direction of 10. T. JCIglcr. 
the spectacle. "Feast and Furies," has taken 
the road. Harold Uushea Is general luanu- 
per : YV. T. Sneehuu, for years with Joseph 
Murphy's ■ company, general atage director, 
and Albert Hale, ballet master. Field Bros. 
nnd C. F, Harvey prepared tho aceuery. 



Cleveland.— At the Opera Bouse (H, II. 
Kline, manager) the II. C. Herz Stock Co. 
begins Its Summer season week of June -I. 
"The Dictator" being tbe Initial offcrlug. 
"The Hermits of Spain," tbe music and book 
of which was written almost entirely by the 
Hermit Club, of Cleveland, was given last 
week, to capacity, The book, music and act- 
ing showed that there Is much talent In this 
popular organlzxtlon of auialeurs. Hers 
ntork Co. week of 11. 

Colonial (Drew k Campbell, manager*). 
— Mme Hemhardt's two perfo nuances, May 
'M, to capacity houses, closed the house (or 
the season. 

Ltceum (Geo. 31. Todd, .manager). — The 
David Haiifard Stock Co. will give ''Jerusa- 
lem, the Holy CHy." week of June 4. "Dora 
Thorpe," last week, drew large ami enthusi- 
astic audiences. 

Euclid Avkm.k Ga whins (Max Fnetkeu- 
beuer, manager). — The William Farnum Co. 
gives "logomur" hh lis opening number, week 
of 1. ('restore drew good crowds In spite of 
the cold weather last week. 

CoLiaei'M (M. F. Troatler. manager), — 
"A Temperance Town" Is the second week's 
uttering by the stock compauy week of 4. 
"A Milk White Plug" drew fairly good crowds, 
considering tbe weather, last week. 

Kbith'h (H. A- Daniels, manager). — Bill 
week of 4: Margaret Wrcherly. Flying Rath- 
buns, McrVaters and Tyson, Cook ana Madi- 
son, Johnnr Jones, Four Avolos, and Lillian 
Ashley. Big houses continue. 

Stab (Drew k Campbell, managers). — ■ A 
Hummer season of moving pictures and auto- 
matic baseball will be Inaugurated here week 
nf I, The Avenue Girls had good recelptn 
last week. „•_'-. 



purely local, hot had been carefully (rallied 
Ly Manager K. K. Itosiwlek. of tho Hlnitirri 
Tlieatre, The Flrsi light Infantry was spon- 
sor fur the eutciiiiliuucut. A handsome lov- 
ing cup was presented lo Mr. Boatwlck. In 
naanfikm of his services. The authors of 
"Vim Isle of Blng" luleud to have It.prixluced 
pru/essloiially. 

. riuuiiBitT (Ii. F. Host wick, maiiagm),— 
Sirs. Leslie rurtcv, In "Haiea, plays a post- 
season engagement 4-0. 

KbitiCk (ChaH. LevajaMffL manager).— 
"IfTiWew King." played by Iltii Aluea Slock 
Co., wrus ouc of thu best erforta the raroitsny 
has *ver made. "Guy Purlslsns" 4-1), ■"vVljnn 
We Were Twenty-one" 11-10. 
. Hup irk (Spitz ft NnlhunHou, mauHgers. )— 
Tho'Kmpire Theatre Summer Stock Co, played 
■'Woman Agalust Womuo" laat week, *«nd 
huslnoHs was autlsfactory- "I^ast Lynno" 4* 
U, "The Belle of ltlchinuud" 11-10. 

WLHTMlNHlBH I Geo. H. llutcheller, Ultllill- 
«er). — The French Brtiuly Vumlevlllo ami 
Spiirlalty Co. etitertHlncd good houses last 
week. 

i 
Wouiasurbef.— At the WooiiKockel Opera 
House (Josh K. Ugdeu. manager) Nuncu 
O'Nell will Is* »L*«U hero, In "Caiilllle," Juiiu 
&, ShepnrdV pictures enjoyed two large 
houses DeconiLton Day. 

lioAii Lakk Thkatiik iW B, Nye, ihiiiki- 
ger).— The bill Tor week of 4 Includes: Tho 
Viucttea. Terry uiul Klnivr. uurle Brackmun, 
i.'or.'iallu. unci Kddle, and moving umnroa. 
Tho utienlng week. May 28-Jnne 2, was tlm 
largest In tin 1 seven years the park bus been 
open. The music for Ihe ilsm-v Lull la furn- 
ished this seusou by McUnclly's Signing Or- 
chestra, of Mllford, Mhhs. 

Hub (Jas. w. CunklliL manager).— Miss 
Rohu and company v/IH furiilsh (lis entcr- 
lulnmetit week of 4, The bill last week drew 
well. 

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MAHVLANII. 



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Baltimore.— At the l.yric r ltnrn.hn ni Ul- 
lich, manager) "The Sliver Hltnier" nppns 
the third and fluul week of Fisher's Ojjeru 
t;o.. June 4. rSicelleiil business rewarded] tho 
production of "Snn Toy" last week. 

UAini IW. 1.. Biillsiif. raaiiiigi'ri.— i/lurk a 
Runaway Glrl» begin u week's slay 4. The 
Dainty Duchess Co. did well, (dosing 2. 'the 
Buwery llurtc<u|iicrs.nrc due II, 

Ki.Eirniic PARK (FrederD-k C. Mehaiilieigvr, 
mansgeri,— Kmnm Curtis heads Hie current 
week's bill. Ilyurim anil Miintyre, Fields and 
Wolloy, Three Wcstou Ulsters, Bra«ll and 
llrs'/if, and Carou aud Pai-mmi uouiitli'tlug It. 
The opening week's hiiHlncHs waH enllrely 
Batlafactory despite iiiifavorablo wcuther, 

N'uTKN. — Tho Hlfvaitce sale for llertitiui'lts 
rar«well appearam-e. Ik is urn The Fra- 
ternal Jubilee anil KsiioMltloii opened at 
Pennsylvania Avenue aim Cumlwrland Htreet 
May 'Jit, and will cntttliMU! until June !«.. .. 
Gentry Brothers' Circus cornea 4, for one 
week. 

<• » 

I'litDLincK J. hit-LAM/. of Manchester, 
Mug., rbaa sold tbe wonderful uutomatou, 
"UDlgmurelle," to Harold Keltey, of Toledo, 
O. At tbe close of tbe present Uuropean 
tour June 0, the figure will be rthipped to 
America, and next season will be tbe crown- 
ing fsature of the Ktnidre Hhow, under the 
direction of the Central Amusement Associa- 
tion: "KDigninrelle" will be surroundM by 
a company »f the 1n*tt Amterlcau and Lu- 
rupean acta obhtlnable. 



Antlern -At the tlryslul Theutre ( 1\ . 

\V. McKwi'ii, luatisgeii VMiukvllle plays lo 
good busitii'Ks. Tlie CryKiul iiianagi'meiit lum 
In niiileriiiiliil Ion thf erection of their own 
theatre building In litis elly. J. II. Amnion*, 
or Murlou, lnd.. Is Ihe owner nf a circuit of 
n!x cities, nf which AikIci-nOIi Ih one oC Hi" 
innai paying. ... 

Giiami (31. ll: 'Billon, maimgiir).— The 
liranil la ll'iw nuikliig 11k Imokllig for next 
season Ihrtiiigli the Stnlr liiviill. AnderMin 
High Schoul i-elebl-ilted lis tltlt'ly-foill'l ll enui- 
inenreiiM'iil June I.' 

MollKpH IMliK. The Seoll Boat Livery* ».. 
of Marlon, lnd.. tutu charge of iittriieilons r»r 
ihe tracllnii nark tlilw year. They Intend put- 
ting In a full line id shows. 

NniTN. -Ceo. II. .tones lias iieceptetl Hu |ir>- 

Kltlon of MiKgu earttinter.atahe CrysiHl.. 
Bert t.'umiuii, of this city, will arrlyn hunia 
mooii, huvinw llulslieil IiIm Hraa«Mi with Marin 
WnliiwriKht'» coni|iaiiy...-Clarimce Slephcus, 
of "Kgyptu" Co.. lin« nnived home. 
, *«» ■■■■ — 

IOWA. .' 

lien Mnlnea.- Al lowana Pink (W, n , 
(iouiiey. ninnnger) the lloyal Duent Co. Is 
lirerfntlBI "Tbe Mascot," lo large crowd*, 
week nf May 27. "The Two Vagabonds" 
June Ht. 

hiuBiiHoi.L Paiik (Fred llucluniun. ma lin- 
ger I. — Thin nark opened week of May 37, 
and all excellent vtiudi'vllli! bill Is being ur- 
rered daily, ii* Inrge crowds. Willy /.Iniuiei-- 
iniui llaviniiiu'H wild animals, Ihe lluuftuw 
Mldcehi. Ihe lloMiilroi, Ihe Four Kmperow of 
MiiiuV. utiil moving |Hchires are Ilia attrae- 
tlone for I lie present work. I'aplnta. Lftnlaa 
Brehiinv. Ailnlr and Ibihn, I'owell unit com- 
jinn)', nnd l-taveuiuii'a nnluiuls (hmcouU weeki 
are Hie bill for ,lntie 9, 

I'Imimiik IM. J. Kurgdr. mniiagerl,— IJoM 
mIkinI erowils rti-e.etiJnyhiH (he bill of n'eek 
May '2H. consisting of : Kniwo- Comiulv Kour, 
Frank I„ Pcrrv, Laiulh* aud Stono, ClatidUm 
and Seaiiel, Hvdell Sisters and Hiittnrwoiili, 
Tml l*i. Box.'MHa lilne, nml imitlon pbrtutcB. 
Cuming June 4: Nellie Fields. Wm. Gross, 
tlllhert arid Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Cut 
Stewart. Francis Swirl* unit company, Bv* 
Tlmiclier. ami Varduii. Ferry and Wllbef. 

l-'oMTKli'M Oi'KtiA Hui:ni: I Win. KoHtef. iuhti- 
aguri.—Nst tioodwlii, In "The Genius, close* 
the season June 4, .„ „ 

Nutkm.— To 1 hot's "Kindling Mm Flitinra* 

showed lo xoud crowds Muy ".!8, W 

Wallace's Hhow comes June 4 .Gentry 

Bros.' 1'otty Slmw i:ouies H, It Blitflliig 

Bros, have their advance |inpnr up, hut. no 
dfii" Is us yet given. ■■ 

... a - 

Cedar Haul da,— At Greene's Opera Ho'nw 
(Will S. Collier, luminous nmiiiigeri the reg- 
ular wuNun closed Mav '-'H, when iim Mui;- 
phv. In "Klin* ItilgK." was seen by a M 
ples^'d audience. May ifii-Jiuu* 2 Will urn 
.Moriia iiteseiltcd the New York All Star 
Vaildi'viflii Co.; tin mentioned liial wek. 

I'K'iim.k's i Vie. lingo, malinger i. - -The stock 
prmentii ".I'te llhMioirir and "Collegn Chums 
;:-P 

NoTilM.-Adveiilslug car. No. 1. of the Wal- 
lace Shows. In charge or CIiiih. Cbolthl. with 
eighteen men, billed Die cliy Mav W. for III" 
show's iiiiiii'Mrnucc here June Ll. ... ■•"Ill 
S, Collier Htteiulcd tlio mi mm I meet lug nf ill" 
Inwa Kittle Itlll Puller*' AMsoellltloli. «I Hooiie, 
Mav IH. when Ulnae oftlcera were rhu-tcd : 
William Moore, Ifen Mollies. pri"d(|cn1 ; t Huh. 
T. Kiii.ti iNTenpiri; flw prndtMil : \; ry. 
I'eylotl, Ceiitcrvllh 1 . I reaailier. mill Al. Iliisuy 
Marahaltlown, secretary. The next hhuua! 
meeting will in- ft Iluiilngtoii, May BO, 

1DH7 llav Hwun will be the trriHurec 

hi Alniini I'ark. mid Vie Hugo, numiigcr 
of the vaiKlevlIle llienlrc there, iintlotlll-ed ci 

oiicrt June II Lottie Miinru urrlverl ,V). 

having closed villi Ulngllng Bros.' Auoex. 
Hiir mother, Hose Muiiro, Is Ireusmer nt tho 

1 pkyv Tiieatre hern The Cedar Ruiddfl 

KHglvM* luMtutll team won defeated at Ann* 

ittoHit .1G— aeerp. » to «'• Win. G. Iwftun, 

of thin city, wlm left the stage Keren ycara 
ago, took tin* IwifllBg mule port 111 "Mflrbl" 
Heart," st. the Ccople's. :W, for tlm benefit 
of Mercv HftH|ilt«l. Hi* wan on the rmol 
right yearn, the IiimL three a member ot (lift 
MiKce K.uikiii Co. 

»> > 

f 1'erry Jubilee I iiml. 

I'harleri .\*. Fall-child, treasurer of the KlUn 
Terry Jubilee iVlnhratlon-l'uiid. 'rmmrls thnt 
iicnrlc II.MJO Irnu been recelvM In thin 
country. The t-attwU**. .IwhIiIc* .Meaara. 
Cboate and FelrbHiiks and Edward tluinllton 
Bell. InelHdna Mrs; C. I'imiit l<a I-'arge. Kaih. 
eiiiH! and IIolcu Biinhttm: autl MIsk Falrehlld. 

The ohlert of the fund la to coinnieuiuratn 
llm tirtlrlh iinnlversury of MImk Terry's llrar. 
apiiearancc! on tin? aliige, which took place 
on April a», ISflU. and to provide Tor her 
comfort In her old age. HuWrl rain iim wl 1 
I* received by CharloH N. KHlrcldld, Jil Wall 
Street, until June 11. 



a— + 



Tub rtlXKUL nt Mrs. UurgHret Hrcuium, 
mother of Chnuncey Olcott. wua held oti May 
31, from Iter Into home at Buffalo. V Y- In- 
lermeat VHii Holy Groan Couielury, lu that 
city. 



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THE NErJfiBK CLIPPER 

• i » 
THE FRANK (JUEEN PU BUSHING CO. (Limited . 

' " " " FROPRIfcTORI. 

* ALBERT, J. IXJJUE, 
.Editorial and Buhinichb' Mamaobb. 

■ 8ATUBDAY, JUNE 9, 1906. 

RATB6. 

AdTertHemtBtB— 1180 per Idc1>, aiDgla col- 
umn. 

■ Advert laem en ta set with border, 10 per 
cent, eiira, 

SUBSCRIPTION. 

One year, In advance, 14,-elx monthi, 12 ; 

three paontbi, |l. Foreign, pottage extra. 



Ol.R CHICAGO LETTER, 



FJIOH OUR OW.N CORRKSPONDKNT. 



AV«-«i t-rn Bui-ran 

of Ilic %>w Vurlt Clipper, 
Houm MM, .vmtlnntt r* 

Tin* WPPk of Jim e t will sep'no changes, 
the down town theatren, Attraction* now 
holding the boards aft* are: *'The MndeflM 
Kin*'", 



RjVBRvmw Park (William M. Johnson, 
manager). — This park baa taken a leap Into 
popularity. The arrival of warm weather 
has given the attendance Q start wblcb prom- 
ise* great success for t be Summer. IbtereKt 
seema to centre on the Igor rote Village. 



NOTICE TO CORRElPONDBNTfl. 



King?,'" or the Ktttdebaker: "The Heir to the 
Hoornb," nt rowers' ; "The Lion and the 
Mouse," at The Illinois; "The Ttiree Orores." 
ot the Chicago Opera House ; "The Prince 
('Imp," at the flraod Opera House; "The 
Olngerpread Mao." »t ■ McVlcker'a : "Julie 
Bun Bod," nt the Garrlrk : "The Umpire, 1 ' 
til the I,d Nolle, and "Forty-five Ml mi ten from 
Broadway," nt the Colonial. White CH v. 
River view nod Sana flonrl and the Chutes 
ure receiving a liberal portion of tbe out* 
door patronage. Vaudeville cnatlnues nop- 
ulnr at the Majestic and Olympic, and bur- 
lesqur pleuaed nt the Folly, Trocodero and 
Eu son's, 
Illinois Thbatbh (Will J. Davla, inane- 



«. iupprr, seems to centre on tue jgorrore -Tinan 

Black, Chlcaaja, which Ik thronged all the time. Another 
I sPe'no change* at point of Interest la tlie Jungle. whirl,, for it 
single admission, Includes Hnliin'« Wild Ani- 
mal Arenn, the ostrich farm, and the alli- 
gator ranch. What Is'Haimed aa'the largest 
circle Mwlng In the world will be In operation 
after June 3. Kyrl'a Rnod ban made a hit. 
Hans Sorci Park (Leonard Wolf, mono 



o. Jun e 9, 

AWFUL PSORIASIS 35 YEARS. 

F"H£!f,iK!* l:""" '■ ■*■«»*». ah 

Blaedfnsj-4 nrr.l l.j Intl.,,.,, 

"I was afflicted with psoriasis f or J..:... 

five years. It was in patches all over „■ 

body, I used te. w k« pi B^lSsa, I 

six boxes of Ointment and two IntiluT . 

.. Resolvent. In thirty days 1 w ™™k£ 

alno, Park. People's and Forepaugh's put up V cured, and I think permatienilv iii it 



Our theatrical correspondent* art hereby 
notified that fht creden-UaU now held . by 
them expired ot* June 1. They are reaweelMl 
to return then io thi% office at once, \<rt 
renewal for JftW-lUf/J. 

»»» 

I'KNNSH.VAM*. 



Phil Bile lull la. — On June 2 the hyrlc, fa- 



SKa#/ia" Wvandev ift fiWtfnS.n,Xt te "«ilTar&"lG^S ™ about five yearn ai .'T„epVoS sl " 

awment.of rjonl.4 Castle, an eicellent .pro- SWJSf aftir ilil> w«k. 'in ° .daftloa To emlly forming » circle, leaving irTthe ™, 

ire the three burlesque LMtmi : 'flie t rB a spot about the site of a silver dollar 

Bijou and Trocadero. •'Matilda," oi sound flesh. Irt a short time the ellwt i 

rce. comedy, far I, N. Morrln, ban ItH circle would form a heavy drv a«u . 

&%Ss9asruLm & ran. 2s* siivc ^ w?^^ & w^s^! 



ttioate copies will be ient, poatpald, on re- ger). — There haa loen a aneeeaalnn of larn;n found novel ( 

«i«, „f ii) r»ni* nndlenrf* here aloce "Tb« Lion and the to this resort 

caipi « iv cnaut. Mouse" opened Hundfty night. May 27, Oert- (StOTM.— ! 

rude C'oghlan, In the leading female role, " 



t pi 

S re nunc is offered. Beginning with the Mnu- 
ay' matinee, 3, tiieblTl will lie: Clark 'and 
Duncan, In a comedy sketch; La Star and La 
'/.nr, In a munlral skit; Bona I res, In a novelty 
wire act; Charlie Harris, monologlat,*-ana 
Anna Moore. Nuini.it. Hlgnor Oreste Vesaella 
and hla haul Aroma have Iwen received with 
jjeat acclnlm. Everywhere In tbe park are 
feature* and entertainments new 



main open a«er ,1,1s ^T'.n.ddfuo'a To "•"y *«™tag i circle, leaving in.C *™ 

.KHtb'H. are the thri'e tnirleflqn* hoiiFtp, : 'flie * r0 s spot about the si,.e of a silver dollar 

f .VCPIIIIl HIJC" "' lrl 'Vn\£iaAaYt\ "\ln»ll.,n " fit efltlri.) H.ali ,n t. ulm.. ,J ■ - ■. - 

a d*w farce ■ 

"'chmtm'ijt f, , 

mermaD. maniger). — "Rosalie" Is taw In allydropott. To remove the entire scale 

Its tlnnl wepk. nnd liy .lnne l» will have bei*li by bathing or using oil to soften tlw 

performed llflr-»lx Draw,. On June 5. Hie j] esn would be p< ' 



them the 



onr Terms are Ca.b, 

THB CLIPPER Is lasued erirj Wedneaday 
mornliig. Tie last four (adrertlaiDf) pages 
(10 TO PBB8S en Baturdaj at 11 i. M.. »"» 
the otter pages on UONDAI and TUESDAY. 
jrha Form. Cloalas I'r ompllr, Tnea- 
<l»r, at 10 a'aloelc A. M. 

Pleaia remit by eiprese, money order, check, 

p. O. order or raglittred letter. All cash ea- 

cloaedwlth Irtler Is at tee risk of eendar. 

Address AH Commnolcatlona ««• 

THE 1WW YORK. CLIPPBR. 

• ' ■ .« West 28th Street, N«w Yorlc. 

Seplslcrsd Cotile addresa, "AoiBMiri." 

THE WESTERN BUREAU 
of Tmi CLima la located at Boom B04, 

Aablaud Block, Clilcago, William P. Bryan, manager). — TUp new -De 
manager and corro.pondent, where adnttUe- ' 
mrata and aubacrlptlone are recelred tt our 
regular ratea. 

THB LONDON BUREAU 

■Voeatad; at « CfaDuourne Bt, London, W. L. 
John a. Carney, manager and correspondent, 



? :iven nn "Impersonation at oht-e ulncere and ... 
orreful, and the company In Its entirety alrated that be Is 



Is thoroughly capable. 

I'ffWRiiM Tiibatiie.( Harry J. Powera, man- 
ager),— "The Heir to the Hoorflb"-enteri 
upon it'< third we**k Mnndny night, June 4, 
Tlitn comedy Ima found grent favor with the 
niidiiTH'cH uf thla thentre. 

Coloxial Thratbh H.eorg*' W. Iiederer, 
maunger).— "I'orty-Uve Mlnntes from Broad- 
way" continue* to run with tremendous popu- 
larity. It again enters the aouvenlr perform- 
ance list. Tuesday night, ft. when the three 
hundredth perforuiaiice Is to be given. 

fiiiANu Ofhra lluist: (Marry Anltln, mana- 
ger).— The Three Claiidln.H, In support of 
Cyril Hrott, In "The I'rlnce Chap," furniHh A 
dramatic treat lit HiIh clever comedy drnmn 



The poptilarlty of the Bnnda 
Itallatin Ablirnxzi, at tbl» park, baR been 
rnpldly Increasing. MneatroPoczl has demon- 
alratea that be Is n splendid director. Bis 
original coniiKiM)tIi)n, "dalnte to ClilcaKO," I ' 
n feature of the eoncerts. Tlie mnnagement 
la jireparlng to present a aeusatlou In Klter, 
a mermaid, who la scheduled to appear from 
the ctintre of the lake next week. Arabian „ 

Drenmlnnil. the Temple Flra, the Prince of ^ Brah Hernbardr. The Mi) mbim, botli 
Jndla. tbe Han Frauvlwo fire pictures, and '««» ■ ananolnl and nrtlstio standpoint, bus 
many other featurea continue to delight the •**"• D mo « l R raM ,p lug v ( i I1 !Ji 



Sccasion of Vh'e liftleth performance, hand- 'ahZSJmmT^'uJBSSSJSS and . a %Ht 
some -KouvenlM, la the akape of silver cord dlKftnrge _ol bloody substance would 



nuuif .'niii'ruii.i, in lajB nuaiir ui raniTri iski "e*tt . ■" ". ." ; " ** •*•■■ 00/(- 

platen, will be dlatrlbuted. Com- Vracy re- out. That scaly crust would form again in 

plant] Claire Mnentz. in the leading role lust twenty-four hours. It was worse an . 

weok. and made n good Impression. arma and liml» althnutrl. it *»».. :„ v 

Lyhio (Meaara. ^Iiubert, manegem).— The SJI?" liJS^JE!?^? '"^""fpiirf 

tlrsfseawni of thla house ended '/ the tarn °, ver m y, " 0,i Y< al 30 °" my scalp. ]f [ tel 

weeks of "The Brrollers'* was productive of the scales remain too long without n. 

excellent financial results. The house will moving 1 by bath or otherwise the ot,! 

-. performance nf would crack and bleed. I «»ffe™,i ....!_ n 



reopen 



for the farewell. 



Park: (!■'. <;. Nlxon-Nlrdtlnger, managert. 
— "Checkers" i*nded n proRpernua four weeks' 
run ;;, and also closed the season at this 
house. The past season wos a moat success- 
fill one. 

Oiiiaud (Miller & Kaufman, managers). — 
For the concluding week of the season, be- 
ginning 4. will be produced, foe the first time 



weeks. 
Htijokrakkb i Thkatiih 



(It. 



enrliusl- 



dlences have been large mid bh 
nstlr. There Is ever/ Indlratti... 
o|iera wilt rnmaln nt tills tbentre a long time, 
riAititicK TiiKATrin (Herlvert C. Duce. mnn- 
iiKi'i'i, — Louis Maun and Clara Llpmnn, who 
have 'playttd two very protltable weeks In 
where advertisements and aubacrlptloaa are Miss Llpninn's play, VJulle Bon Bon," will 
" u ' r . T ' „^.,„., _«» _ close their season next Saturday nlglit, 0, and 

received Ot our regular ratea. __„- will spend their Mummer vacallon «t their 

THC CLirpJfR cah SB obtaihid, WHOLB- cottftM In the Ad Iroudacka. "Brown of Har- 
BAia ako HtTAir,, at cut agents, Breotaoo a vnrd follows 14), for four weeks. 
news depot, 87 Avenue de I'Operi, Parte, MpVickmh'r.Thivmtiik JCJeorge (\ Warren. 
Kranca : M. Ullantbal, Frederick Btraaaa 



101 (Termlaui Hotel), Berlin, N, W., Oer> 
many; Diamond News Co., »7 Prado, Ha- 
Tina; Manila Book and Stationery Co., 128 
Kscolta, Manila, P.J.I Albert * Bon, 187- 
i;m King St., Sydney, Aualralla. 



crowds. 

Ia>nhon Dimb Musrl'm (Wra.. J. Bweency, 

mnnnger). — The following will be the curio 

hall ntiractinns - for week of 4: Bheerlu, 

strong man ; Madame 'Wheton, second sight: 

Uyrne's trained dogs. Albert Herman tattooed 

man, nnd tlie Norseland glunt. In the the- 

■» ntre will be seen: Pauline I,elgb, I-nconds, - 

unlike nnythlng seen on the stage of this city Beatrice Rmnsev, Oeorge Hhennau, nnd the " n °, n . v J ,t0 8*V 1 th f ■SfiSk "fflft; bv , '• 

before. "The Alcndye," June i!4, for three Midway dancers. «; Morris, llei-tha CrelHhtoii will have the 

Clahk Htkkkt Mi;srum (Louis M. Hedges, l « dln 1 » 1 ' ,, '* , ; Y 11 ." 1 ' V*". rt . MlP ![ - *i*jr ,r ' aDt Wt" 
moiiagar),— Onlor«l musicians and singers 94! 'J" aeted; hy _KdwJn ^Mlddletm. _Xellle 
will hold n jubilee In the curio hall nevt 
week. Oilier features will Include: Whiting 
and Whiting, female magicians; Chatim-ey 
Moreland, the heaviest man ou earth, and 
I'liil HutiIk. tmek und wing dancer. In Ilia 
theatre: l*earl Ollmore. Slack nnd linker, 
niin and Coin, lionise Adnms, and HUH's 
moving pictures. 

AiTKRMATif. — The Western Theatrical Ex- 
change, under the direction of Fred Barnes 
nnd Ttobert Kulgorn, have secured n suite of 
offices In Chicago Opera House Building. 
Thin concern practically controls all the fair 
business of the West. Hevernl Kuropepn nov- 
elty acts have been hooked by Messrs. Barnes 
& IWilgora for their pnrks nnd fairs. When 
tin' regular senson opens the above concern 
will probubly operate several vaudeville thea- 
tres from here to 'California, John A. 



would crack and bleed. I suffered Intense 
itching, worse nt nighls after peltinp 
warm in bed, or blood warm by exercise 
when it would be almost unbearable' 
W. M. Clndester, Hutchinson. Kan Anril 
20, 1005." ' ' 



K. Harmeyer, 
Ko ven -It 11 11 kin* 
Slange rotulc opera, "The Student King," Is 
ireetlng the sneress .predicted for It when the 
piece was produced two weeks ago, Tii 
dletices have been large nud highly en 
nstlc. There Is every Indication that rhn 



Callahan. Arthur Mnltlnnd, Klenimr Caiues 
and William Curr. The cast Is well known to 
loail playgoerH, all of them having Iteen ciiii- 
' necteu nt one time with either the Porepnitgh 
of Olraril Avenue stocks. At tlie matinee, «, 
.Miss Crelglilon will appear In "Cnrollle." June 
Dore, In "A Mod I^>ve," created n fnvornhle 
Impression, and drew good sized houses Inst 
week. 



manuger). — "The Olngerhrend Man" has 
tnbllshed Itself In favor, and Is entertaining 
big audleuces, Tbe sei-ond week of tbe en- 

?Bgrnaat begins Hundiiy, 3. "Tbe Clnnsmnn" 
nllnwslN. 

Chicaoo OPRSA Hoiihk ([,yiiuin It. Glover, 
nmnnger .for Kohl & Castle). — "The Three 
Ornces" will enter upon Its ninth week Mon- 



THE NKW VORK CLII»PBB pnUllshea day, 4. Since this pretty musical comedy 

-'-_-..-» b - m I,,... I....... Mwvll^an nn.l f,"jln,i IV.IIniia TIji.l...i|. 



only one i-.ll.loii, and that ts dated 
giom New York. 



QUERI ES ANSW ERED. 

■ No Heplloa by Mail o r Telenrapn. 

AUIiHKSHES OR WIIKItKAIIOL'TH HOT OtTBN. 
AlX IN QUKBT OK, SUCH BMOULU WHITE TO 
VHOal WHOM MET HRHK, IN CARB OS* THK 

CI.IPPKR POM OkpicK. AW- liKTTiaa wn.I. 

PM AUVRHTISKl) ONI' WHHK 0NI.T. Ir Till 
BOUT! OF AN* THRATRirAt. COMPANT IS 
BOUGHT, RtF-lOR TO OUR LMt OJf ItOUTHH 
ON ANOTHER 1'AHK. Wu OANNOT 8BND lOliTH 
BV UIIL'OR TBLRaHAPH. 

DRAMATIC 

D. D., kflBHliig.— We hare an knowledge of 
the present mfJ-MtoutN of t|ie party. Ail 
dress n letter In our care and we will adver- 
tise It lu Tub CUtf>l letter list. 

"A. B. CY' New York, 

I. II. H.. Walnut ifprlngH, 

(I. W. ('West WO-, 

0. V. V., Hi) Holo, und 

"Anxious." — Hoe answer to II. I>., nlsive. 

W. .M., Srlieiiectndy.— Send stamp fur «up 
"l.li i|« lied Book," whit* gives the addresses 
of the purilea. 

H. P., Boston.— -1. He U In vaudeville nt 

rresetil. ..'. Wc do not know wlnu bis inten- 
Ions are fur the coming seasoii. 

T. J. H., Bayer.—AMvi'rllfW.-ymir wants In 
Th» CiiiPPHft. xMl ejtB reach the -Hosioclt 
Shows nt Pteamlntid, t.'nuey Island. Tbe 
ifiluiulv HIiowh, ut hmiti Pork, Coney Islaud. 

P.. Met.'., Phlltidelpblii.— <?onMUlt a lawyer. 

Mium L. J., Rnxbiirv.— David Warfleld wns 
a ineiahcr of tbe atock company at the Weber 
& Fields Music Hull for Heverul seasons, and 
lie uppeiirfri |n tin; JiurleMOjues presented nt 
Hint Iiohm* il'irlng his slay, his most notable 
Hticcess being nubleved ns the old mnu la tha 
liiirtpsque' mi "Calherlne." 

Mihs I.. Ii., Chicago.— Watch our route list 
each week. 

\Y. C. It., New )'ork. — We are Informed 
that Ibo gyuiuuHlum has closed. 
BASRUAl.lt. 

T. I)., Wnlerbury.— No. The cipher atnnds 
agulust i iii'iu In the oillchil recxirds. As a 
xu it>, beta on (lie reatilt of gumes go with the 
umpire's decision. 

W, tl.. Dover,— Utile 5«, Sec. 1^, covent 
tthe point. 

CARDS. 

"A. B. C," Head lii g.— The enrds muse he 
properly shuQIcd ami .on f Iwfnre each deal. 

8. P.— 11. wlus with low. The points 
couut hi tills order of precedence: High, low, 
jark uud game, 

Mis(i;i.tAM;iii;\ 

II. K. Ii., Kansas City,— lu all regular dice 
A}ii.ni'H the tt Is high and tlie Dfii Is low, 

< aw-» 1 — 

I LOUISIANA. 



has been rewritten and Kilim Wallace Hopper 
and Helena P'rederlcks added to the cast, the 
Interest has constantly lucreased. 

I.A s.uxh Tiikathh (SI. II. Hluger, mana- 

Ser), — Tills house will .celebrate an event 
aturdny evening. P. which will be. without 
precedeut In tin- history of Chicago theatres. 
On thai date "The Umpire" marks Its three 
huudmlfh consecutive performance at Ibis 
playhouse, Tills theulre closes for Ike Sum- 
mer hi ubniil two weeks, 

OliRAT XmtTlIfSUN THEATRB (Pre,! ('. 

Kherts, manager). — Williams nnd waljcer he- 

flu their second week Sunday, .1. "Bedforil'n 
lope" 10, for one week. 
ifn.11 Tv:mi'1,k (ICllKnhetb Hchnber, v mnun- 
geri. — The Mnyers Btfin Co, nn Monday 
nlgbt. -t, will preaent ,W. S. llllbert's "Wed- 
ding March." This will in- the limt bill of 
the senxmi. mnl will run for twweeks. Tbe 
ploy has been lucalla-ed by James W. Castle. 
singe director, nnd William Thomas, musical 
ilirector. at this thputre. Last week, "Tbe 
Little Miniate!'" played to good business, ami 
was well presenled'hy ihls company. 

MA.TtJHT!<! TllllATItH IC, K. Iiniji.-i', iiidlii;-- 

ger for Kohl & Cnsllei.— Wi||luni Couri- 
letgb will be the hniidlluer for week of t. 
Ho will appear in IiIh protean skeloh, "Itnder 
the Third Degree," in which 1n> will nsHiiuii' 
nine distinct chn meters. The Three Ms- 
hi in- ttlstet'N will be seen III their work on 
the wire. The hill also Includeit: Clayton 
White nnd Marie Stnnrr, who were a- big hit 
here last wis>k; Welch, Mealy nud Hlonl- 
mse, Oeorge Austin Moore. I^xiroaltlon Ftnir, 
Melville and t'ouwny, Don nud Tbomuaon, 
.leiiulngs unci H'-iifirw, Master Hlnlur,' l)nvc 
mnl Parry Martin, Clever Conkey, and rtio 
Vnnghners. 

oivMi-ir tiii:athk (Abe Jacobs, uinnagur 
for Kohl & Cnstle). — The Kaufman Troupe 
of bicycle acrobats will head the bill week 
of 4 The prngrnmme also includes: Nora 
Hayes, hlrxle Rvatis and Hurry Mills. Stan- 
lev nnd Wilson, Musical Klelnf, Mndelltie 
Wluihmp nnd company, Ollllliuu nnd Perry, 
llros. Devon. Pets Baker, Manning Trio, 
Coyne Hi-ok., Mr. nnd Mri. Jack, Hilly l^ai-th- 
rpinke. Sisters Coleni.iu, and the klnnOronie. 

Coi.tinniiN Tiinatrh [Weber Bros., maun- 
gcrsl.— -'■Hesnrreellon"' will Is 1 tbe offering 
of the st<.<;k cotupuny for the week of :;. Tlie 
clmractT of Mnslova will be jilnyed by Anim 
Niitht'i'laiul. Jessie Mosley, John T. Nlchul- 
si.u. Alice Marvel, Elmu Cornell, Alimwortli 
Arnold uml 'Willis Hall will be secti in this 
play. Lust week "Tiiehuu." Week of in, 
"Mad Cat Zlcky." 

Poli.v TiiHA'itiK (John B. Pcnnessey, man- 
ager). — The Innocent Belles will Is 1 the offer- 
ing here for one week, cuinmeuclng Suiulay.vt. 
The company Includes: Boger Inrhoff, Su- 
annue t.'orlune, John A. West, Hugh ruim. 
Pay O'Dnll, Hesale Taylor. Nellie Stnplnton, 
nnd others, An olio of specialties will be 
offered. Last week the 1'hnplre BurleHqiiers 
was the bill. 

TinH'Ai)]-:in> Thkatiir (I. M. Welngarten, 
inniitigcr). — Ileglnnlng Sunday arternoou, :t, 
jhe Tmcitllero Stock Co. returns for a Sum- 
mer run. Nut Plelds will lie chief fuu maker. 
and Nut R. Jerome, J. W. Sherry, Howard 
Morris, May Curtis. Ploasle Levnn and Nellie 
Kenton. On the vaudeville list ure: Nelh, 
ilii' Juggler: itowland Traverse, mnglcinn: 
•Mnv t^irtls. soAibrette; 3. W. Sherry, monolo- 



Cnostdlnc. president of the International 
Theatrical Co.. nrrlvnd In town May ai.... 

liugene Cllne left for New York City after- 
noon of 2. He will stay In New York about 
a week. .... .Arthur It. Bockett, of Hackett 

and Buzard, Informs me that he has refused 
all offers fur vaudeville work for thlR Sum- 
mer, as be litis accepted u. position with Carl 
Bnuge's Concert Band nt tbe Btnmnrk Gnr- 



denw. Chlcngo. as saxophone aololst d^t ' ,1 Boylan, I.oura Ordwny. McNamee. A 

Pred. ,lnr?ls will close with Sidney Corlemn. the Burkes. Leonard Kane, and th 



Sldaey 
I '.'ii 11 and company Sunday, .'I. He will 
t'cminie his vaudeville work with union 
Tudor 'I, nnd will play Sninuipr parks 

until Aug. in Tlie Aliearus were C1.11-- 

i'Ki: rltireau callers Tliuiwtlii.v, May 1)1. They 
open at Wouderluud Park, Milwaukee, June 
111, nnd are booked until September. Ilatlui- 
way and Slegel Inform me thut they bfive 
just closed a most Hiicceaxrul tour over the 
Keith circuit. They arrived here from New 
York City Wednesday, on their way to Uuils- 
vllle, wliere Ihey will open nt Hopkins' Purk. 
The Western 'Vaudeville Managers' Associa- 
tion hnve I moked llicm solid until Deeetnher. 

.William Rock aad Alma Yonlln_wlll 

enter vaudeville in the near futur 



iiihi vaudeville dnte will be played hl ", 
Mr. II ' 



Majestic Theatre, this city. Mr. Hock will 
Offer n new miniature musical cotnedv from 

the pen of Ben S. Jerome Negotiations 

me now pcudlng between the management of 
the Chicago Opera House and John C. I'laher 
for nn ejoborata revival of "The Silver Slip- 
per.". . . . Prank Plxley. author of "The Prime 
of Pllnen," "King Dodo" utuL "Tlie IliirgoniiiK- 
ter," passed III rough this city thin week, after 
11 six months' trip to Jnpnu. While absent 
'Mr, Plxley wrote another musical comedy, 
and from tin* appearance of frequent visits to 
the chlcngo Opera House, It gave rise to 
the rumor ilint the uigvnagcinent may produce 

the new piny In the Kail After the run 

of "The Three (.races" at the Chicago Opera 
limine Manager (Dover announces the a\y 

B'nnijHf of Nellie Htewart, the Australian 
ernhnrdt, who will be Introduced to Chi- 
cago nudienecn by Oeorge Musgrove, the Lon- 
don and Australian manager. Pollowlnu; 
11, ni siimigenicnt un all star cost revival of 
"The I. uud of Nad" Is probable, after which 
the Dull Open Co, will revive "The Circus 
Olrl.*' "The country DIM" nnd "The |tun- 

uway CJIrl " Joseph Howard und M11 

ICuicrson will return to vnudertlle June 11. 

..The AI. W, Mnrtlu "Uncle Toui's 

Cabin" Co. closed Ha senson of forty-four 
weeks at ill- 1 criterion Tbentre, Chicago, June 
'2. The past season has been the most prosper- 
ous In the show's history. I>'or next senium 
the most, stupendous production of thin old 
but ever popular drama will be given. The 
tout* la already booked solid In ail the lurge 
cities, and the Martlu Show will l»' tbe only 
"Uncle Tom's Cublu" Co. that will play ex- 
clusively the city time. Special attention wilt 
be given to tlie Hcenlc nnd mechanical elTcrts. 
Au entirely now set of scenery will lie lined, 
and with a competent company of actors uud 
nctresaes, niigmt:iitei! by a large male nud fe- 
male chorus and a fine concert bund, Mana- 
ger AL W. Martin looks forward to a nenaon 
of ruiitimi.'ii prosperity. 



is one Of the coziest pbrks hi Pittsburg TliU 
week < atils Philadelphia Hand will apjeir 
all week, and a good vaudeville bill 

NuTB— The twenty-seventh annual benetlt 
by the Pittsburg I.udge, No. 1, of Klks w 
be given at the Oayety Theatre, Juu ,4 * 
and a iarue advance sale of tickers ImW 
ported. They will present a minstrel show. 
m 

I,nneaa«er. — The Fulton Opera HmvM 
(Chkn. a. yccker, manager) will mw ," 
Viola Alien June n, 

Pamilv (Bd. . -Mirtsart, manager) h dark 
week of 4. peudiog negotiations for a rental 
for the Slimmer seiiaou. 

Boot' OAimEN (Clias. M. Howell, HIM- 
% r h—F. wnat attractions include: 11 w 
H-eierfck and Tekla r'arm. Brludnmun,- 
handcuff expert; Daisy Harcourl. A D, 
can. Mirtls nnd Hiibae. with their dogs -Ma. 
jpHtk- Trio, niid mavtajr nlchires 

RucKT »prinoh Park Thbatbb.— The oDen- 
lug, QrntjMd for May 28,-wna -defer reii .1.1111 
Jl». on ncronut of hod weather. The llrst 
nudieiiee was slim, but ou Ho, when the iu*k 
wan formally opened, everything was t-roird 
MT lis over lU.OW wer/0.1 the grounds 
many of whom reuaalucd for the erenin? 
1 be Mitchell Stock Co.. which remain J ?.?r 

it p%3tt*W** ' ,1>lnk D<,,uIno "'■ 

KoTKh.-oiimore Day, 4. will l>e rehbraled 
with a inrge parade. In which l 1km I twemy- 
live hands will take purl. ft« | m , oli or u tll , 

In.i^l!rf ffi'JE? 1 'T, 9""™ lu Hip parade. 
and used I u the united i-onceri at its rh.-o- 
. . . . . . J. ito.ver West, of the musical team of 

Jjjygf Vm WaUn ' l8 ^siting bis father It! 
■ 1-. 

riiNiot.. a, inland Purk Casino (I). E, 
Mpgulue, umiiugen |grn crowds wit next lbs 
eiiierfiiinMenis nt HiIh uopntar Hitmuwr 
apDM As 11 rule two iterFormaBeea ur.- given 

n. ".v '.-"■; kt ! • ■'■■vtMiimn. ""'/■ m,t on Memorial Day two addltloual 

The Vimkee Doodle Ulrlu ilhl line busliiess Inst ^"ormatices were given. It Is u mmuioii 

oeciirrence to Hell un Bta» seat, with hun- 
dreds of people standlug. The current Mil 
liM-udeK: The <lreat Kli-aards, Kd, Morion 
and Douglas S. Sbody, the Three Dllk*. Law- 
rence nad (irace Sylvester, Mile. Danna, and 
the ktnetograph. 

IliNOt.iNu lluos.' Cacm. May 28, did very 
large bnnlncHS. In spite of a contlnuou* down- 
pour of rain, 



Pkoi'I.k'r (P. (J. Nlxou-Nlrdllnger. mana- 
geri. — Stetson's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" round- 
ed out the senson week ending 2, with well 
pleased housei). 

IIakt'm (John W. Hart, manager). — For 
the concluding week of 1 he season, -Mi, 
"I'nmille" will lie seen. "Jim, the Penman," 
enjoyed prosperous returns lust week. 

Pohki'aiioh'h (Miller & Kaufmau, mona- 
gers). — The stock, beaded by Dertliu Crelgli- 
ton. gave a line portrayal of "Canillle" last; 
week, ending the regular nenson of the 
house fi. 

Kritii'h (H. T. Jordan, manager).— Rose 
Cnghlnn, In "The Ace of Trumps." is the big 
feature week of 4. Others are; Wlllird 
Slmms and company, W. ('. Fields, the Tan 
.11 Troupe of acrobats, Charley Cam, World's 
Comedy Pour, tbe Ferrnros, Arthur and Mil- 
ls 



the 

klnetagrnpb, 

Cam no (Runs, Koeulg & Lederer. malin- 
gers!. — "Dnrfcesl. South" was the closing at- 
rroetloB of ike sensou last week, with fair 
sized liiiiiseR in attendance. 

B1.1011 ((J. W. Itlfe. manager).— The RIJ011 
Stork IturleHflue Company this week. The 
hill hicluden a two apt farce, entitled "A 
Scotch High Hull." nud vaudeville numbers 
■- the &'i'''ow Troii^K^ ain^ Ihlnii Ihivenport, 

week, 

LYCHHll (J. (J. Jermnn, mnnuger) — The 

Henry Iluciewiuers Ibis week. The olio uameu: 



... John C011I ey, Mnhel Kmersou and the Culn 
Phelr -Slstet-H. The.Prench Tolly HurleHijiiers were 
rewarded with fair pntiiinnge last week, 

TiioCADKito (Fred Wlllson, mnnageri — The 
Baltimore Beauties 4-tl. The New York 
Heller hud big houses hint weak. 

WILLOW Qb»r Pauk (F. 11. Lincoln, mini- 
nger).— Tbe unsettled weather kepi dowu 
tbe attendance IhnI week, but the indlcatloiiH 
tire Mini from now on the patronage will 
be big. Waller DamroHcIi and his New Ynik 
Symphony Orchestra com tunes. 

WianisuiR Pabk. which opened on Unfit, 
has been well attended. A'heelock's United 
Stntes holla 11 Rami continues. 

Warn: (Vrv (R «, Anchy, manager).— 
Ihls resort, rormerly Chestnut* lllll park. 



liOH btid good imironiigc.with the, Boynl rlty, July .*!, 4. 
yenethm Bund. 



u lllatiisport — At (be Vullomonl Park 
Uvllioh t Lyman A. Pray, mauuger) Valla- 
nifiut Stuck Co. opened tbe season 10 iitpgrlry, 
fduyhig "Men and Women," Alnv ifS-.'lu, uiiil 
"t mifiislon." JH-Jnue if, "Sweet Clovi-r" 1-li, 
, , .^ , .M,V zy ,. < -' ornerM " "•»■ "W CHmbeiN" 11- 
1.1. "The OOWboy and the Ludy" I -Mil. 
RisiH.iNu BltOB.' Cihhii h appeared 1 
Mjtr.— -I-.irenHlve preparallim« are being 
uinde for the centenalal celebration »f thin 



TFN.—Wllnrcl Spencer, author of "Rosa- 
lie, will begin next -week a : .ix weeks' am 

■tomohiiP tout of New England The 

Uinmtnade <:iiib, n locnl musical orsraulau- 
tlon. gave t\vo tine peirormnnces of "The 
Morklug Bird." at 1he Broad. May L!8 lib 
'.•■;■' •"I'eCathnlle Phllonnfrlau Utemrv In- 
stitute trill produce -a Fair rngBSSf'S 

the Brand, week bcglunllig I The nFiWtvdK 

will he devoted 10 charily H. T Craven 

dramalle edlloc of 7'Ac Puhlte Mtoet', con- 

"; ii y i1 M 'i F.uropeun trip f'hirfes J 

M'iTe. out' of the veleraim uf the Hdfer|u 
Forrest Home. U rehearsing an til frrvm n<*r- 
nruuon of "As YOU Like It," to lh- given lit 

nmuteurs on .lime i»8 Altlioagb nn- 

iioiiiK-eineiitM were uinde curlier In 1 be season 
ol ibe erecllon of several new plavliouses for 
next season, the uetnnl work of eoiiHlmcllt-m 
hns not been Hlirted ou iiny of them, it u 
cxpectei), however, Hint a rjejnlle aiinouiicr- 
menl coucernlug tbe Kilwln Forrest 'llientre 
al Brond and Walnut Streets, will be made 
shortly. . , , . .Nixon & Zimmerman are mn. 



WASHINOTON. 



■eattla^-At tbe Orand Opera House 
(KiiMsell & Drew, managers) the San Fran- 
cisco -Opera Co. '(formerly Tlvoll Opera Co.) 
opened lu "Hrnilnle," Mnv 1!0 nnd week, to 
big business. Snine company, In "The Hirnll- 
em OT aim week, and "The Wedding Dai" 
June 3-9. 

Hkattlr (John port, manager).— The Prlii- 
gle (,o„ in "Camille," "Forgiven" and "Kast 
hywne, )iad good uttendiiuce May Ltd and 
week. The Prlogle Co., in "Across Hie Sen." 
£. ; A Message from liars" liO-Jime '.', Mack 
Swain Co., in repeclorv. !MI. 

'""'I* Avrsiik (ItUBWll & Drew, iikiiui- 
gers).— The AylPHworth Co., with Ortiee Ayles- 
jvojib in tuft | WM | t presented ■'Driven from 
Home, May 211 and week, to excellent tmsl 
aeas. The Ayleawopih t*o. 'J7 nud week. In 
t. aught In the Web." "Slaves of the Orient" 
June a-U. 



Staii (M, ,1. Donellan, manager). — New 

slderlng the Idea of pultlug "HnHUlle" on Tor l»op1» week of May 28; Yuma, the mvsieil- 

nt Atlantic City during July and ?"^JJ ol 1 £ m . a , l . < . Sw,,p l*? .} tanr t WMK7 and 



August, 



e ■ > 

TEXAS. 



Hnnnton. — Turner llnll was crowded 



lMttsliupji.— At the Nixon (TTioa. P. 
Kirk Jr., manager) "The clnnsniau" pluv* 
.limit 4-h. Uat week "The Mayor of TMrMr 5 
lilnyed to mmmI business. Week of IS will 
he Hie llrst or the opems to he glveu hv Ihe 
Mxon flperii Co., when "Itoliln ll<Hitl" will 



Nov OrloutiM, ai Alhlellc Pnrk.'gaoil 

ct'iwds ntlcnded during the pusl week, and 
niiplmidctl the vatidevllle hill. Bill for week 

•it Jiiue 4: Clnyloii. Jenkins und Jnaper, «.«,. ,■■•-■■ — <., . ... 

Auule PrnukllttRhlle, l s AMI ami Le Clair, ami I si, nud Hurry Newmni . singer, who wbl 

Harry Ferguson nnd Lulu Beeaon. who wl'l give "The lluralup of Frisco Towu." wllli 

rmnalu over. During the loop Ihe loop en- moving pictures. Cast week Black Crook Jr. 

terlalnmeul, May wf, n fatal accident hup- l'luyed/hi igood IiuhIupsb. 

" rale, of New kuhux'n Tuiiatrh (Sid J. 



May Sff for Billy Wiillaius' heueut. and be ^presented. A chnnge of hill eueli week. 
realised n ulce sum. The program me, "A huaxu (iinrry DuvIh. mnnagir). — Tills 
MwMMiitW is^ved so SHf™ ,"" ,: ih'iicp Cmneroii, Huh Kdwui'ds' 



pened, in 'whlcli linuv Nuluirblle, _ 
Jlierln. La., was instantly killed, und hh 
three eomiituilons. wlm rode In the name for, 
Dually inliireil. The accident watt caused by 
.li'd-'iH lu the ties upon which the rails were 

pllllleil. 

Wi:ht Kan (Tom Winston, mnnager). — 
Immense 1 rowds visited this resort Inst week. 
uud applauded iiopnlnr Charlie Pisher nnd 
his iiuicert Imnd for their Hue work. Bill 
inr week of Hi Couut l>e lluta and llm., 
J.i'jiiv and Liipe/. Llvlnevtou nad Anderson, 
ns well na .Mr aud .Mrs. Waterbim will lu> 
the holdovers. Tlie klnodrumo will present 
flew slides. 

Cirv Park. — Pain's uingulllcent firework 
display pleased nlftlitly to tbopsnnds of peo- 
ple last week. 

Notiin. — Manager Ponrton's New Theatre, 
mi Bit roiuie Street. Is being rnphlly built, ami 
will no doubt be ready for uu curly Septeui- 

Iter openliiR Tlie Tulane nnd Cn'speHt 

O'lieatres are being; handsomely frescoed and 
sialulcd by Ibe well known scenic art 1st. 

!■: m lie Nlppei'l Itnuiiir Iftis It Hint New 

Orleaus Is to uoou have another Summer 
Park, the White city. Local capltul Is he- 



l'hiaon. mini 11 - 
ger). — Manager Kimou has Inatnlled a com- 
pany of huiTemiuers for the Snuuner. The 
Fusou Stock Co. will offer, for the coming 
week, I lie Oriental f mil nay, called "The 
Harem of HITend." as tbe curtain raiser, ami 
"lioiul Old Summer Time" hk Hie closing bur- 
li'ttii. Until Kvprctt Is among Ibe recent ad- 
ditions to tbe coinpuuy. nud the vaudeville 
ni 11 vers luetude the followliig: UroiVn aud 
llsrcourt. Whitehead and the Orlersou Sis- 
ters. Orvllle nud Prank, Toby and Lloyd. 
Business Ir gnud. 

Winn; Crrv (1*0111 D. Howse, general man- 
ager,.— The luness Hand cIuspoT 2, and the 
liandu ltosfia, with Kugeiilo Horrentlao, nn 
conduclor. took up the musical work It. for 
the coming two weeks. Tlie great fire show 
Ih breaking Ur lust year's record. The Mid- 
gel City, the dog and monkey circus. Jewetta 
Manikins, Qlg otto, with his trained wild 
animals : the vaudeville theatre, under the 
control of Kohl & Castle ; the lufnnt Incu- 
bators, aud the realistic panorama of tbe Chi- 
cago tire hnve been visited by many thousands 
during the nasi two weeks. Venice, a trip 
to Mnra. Hate's tour, Keller's blue room, tbe 



Nlghl of Irish Wit ami Humor, proved l 
Nuflsfnctory Hint It inny be repeated again, 
with the. same object. 

IMum.AM* Park Thkatiik (Harry Vnn De 
Murk, business. ' nmnnger). — The senson opened 
at this place 1.7. with the - IlolMugsworlh 
Twins Co., In repertory, to crowded iiouses. 
"Tlie Matinee (Mil" follows June :t und week. 

Note. — Billy Wllllums Is convalescing, 
aad Is utile to move slowly about, nltboitgh 
still In grent pnlu. He appreciates highly 
the generous I rent men t accorded him here, 
aud the willingness of everyone In extending 
him a belplug baud. , *> 



l Hoys nnd Olrla . Hbnrman uud Oe p n r- 
Lawrenri. and llnrrlnglon. PnlfrevBiid 
' !\u u ? &&. t U \ Ux « ' ,oll, '«. W|llle 



Ifnrr, Fred Bny 
Ihilton, Curr and 



. W|ll 

and compativ, 
Jordan, Vm. 



teiilvenion. — The opening of F.lertrlc 
Park, May 27, was a great success. Davo 
Weis, the urn linger, has every reason to feel 
proud of Ids handsome place of nmuaeraenr. 
All of the »t I ructions ou the grouuds arc 
not complete nn yet, but will be In two ur 
three weeks. Tbe openiug attraction at the 
theatre was the Mnilnee Hlrl Opera Co., In 
vaudeville, luctiidlug: T)otr Pnncn. Kddle 
Holland, the Crescent City Quartette, Sadlo 
Olll. wniliiai II. summers, tbe Two MIltohR, 
the Fonseea Troupe of Mexican Acrobats, 
-Sevmour's trained dogs, and Sail Pranclsco 
cni-thnunkc, by the electroscope. 

Han \.it«i,iiu. At KlerlHf Pork (Sid II. 
Weis, manager) ihe Allien Taylor Stock Co., 
May L'7-June 2, t-ontluued 10 draw hirgo. 
crowds. The company goes, to Houston for 



School Hoys nud IJIrla, Hur 

rest, Lit 

Boeder, _ 

and Kdllli 

Allen nnd _ 

Im Helle, Mile. Latum and tlie clneiniitogrnoh" 

m Bl.1011 (It. M. thlllek A Co.. maaugersl — 

Hose Melville. In "Sis Hopkins." "-if i , t 

week "The Factory (ilrl" did well. "The 

Drummer Hoy of Sblloh," by | w „l ta\mi, 

■Tub Ar.viH closed Its doors 2, and will 
reopen early lu August. "Buster BtOwV 
closed Ihe lumae, after a very prolltaliln three, 
weeks' engagcuipnt, 



Scnulon. Paul Dickey, Link nnd charter*. N 
ler Jhmnworth unit Snu Francisco disaster 
pictures. 

ORi'ilptiM (T. J. Conahllne. manager).— 
New people 2H ami week: Four JnggHog 
MorluuH. Jnmes P. f#e nnd company, Harco 
Bros., (Jen. Vnehinn. Cato KTelth, Trarey Ur- 
Deniiolt and moving pleluim 

Pastaurr' (Alex. Pontages, manager). — 
New people 28 and week: Techno Tavern 
Uuiirlelte, Four (Iporam, Clinton Sisters, 
ttewge Trump. Timothy and Dobuegnu, Leu 
White, and moving pictures. 

NritANii (Mose Ooidsinlth manager).— -New 
people .28 and Week: The Havmonds, Carrie 
Arkelln, nnd Mario Hoblugon. 

RAIBTI (Fred- Ritchie, manager).— New 
people 28 and week: Lottie Darvelle. Hot 
Lewis, and Mav Chester. 

THAMA (Mose Ooldflmlth, manager).— New 
people 28 and week: Florence Lewis, Kate 
Wilson, oud Josephine Sheldon. 

hmiHis & Row's Cmoiis June 4-0. 

ftOTKH.--.TBhu Cort bos returned from Nee* 

York City.... . ,ft J. HnneHaU. i In- po| ' 

manager of thfl Orpheinn, hi this city, 'ha-* 



I UK , iIatktv closed 2, am) will reoneii In S, w,,,,Ml1 l1lfl mnnngemeiit of the Star 

August. L. J. MpCiillangli. the iiiuuairer lhl ' " lm ahnwltig the Sun Fraiiclsei. dlsnsler 

palled for Kurope last Katurdnv, ami will re- ffl" H t"I''" ffot" Paiitngea' Tbentre Mnv ?*■ 

tlira tbe latter pun of August', t'heae were the first moving pictures of Ibe 



Luna Puik.— John" C."'\VebeV'B nrlue tana *»<'kert clly 

with Blanche MebalTey as soloist Tb B n- tMt "eateS 

lug Arabs nppeur lu the open ulr w " fl found 2ft\ 

Kkknvwimio. — Dumonl a Mlnslrelq ihi« fr ™ n """ *'*" 
rertaine l Ir tInV <]Dl "' H Pll,ln,Ielulllffl »antl ".. 



Ing pic 

shown lu Seattle, nud tbelr 

no little excitement. 'Die dun 

-.. Inn vacant lot. aevernl blocki 

frotn the theatre. Several arrests have bcea 

mode lit connection -with the robbery. 



So :tiikbs.— On Hiimlay, .1. Mayer's Band 
and local anlnlais appeared. Monday. 4 Ihe 
thf wSfe *^ Mlustrels entertain for 

CAMtouN.— Sunday N'lrella's Bond, tbe 
Lone Star Qimrtette. nud Whistler K Kb. 



. Si»ok«n*._The new Columbia Tlieatre. a 
iiQo.noo opera limwe, oppped niispb ■imi-'iy 
May l, to nb audience which crowded every 
coriier. Mayor Daggett spoke briefly before 
the rurtnln wns rutig up, The Byron Doiigbi" 



iliicmW— MitiidavTru 'lV"..r"if u'. 1 ^' . l '."- °1>''««I Am hollw. anil ar, roall.iilBS l 
"1 ™.ii\.i. "I 1 .."' .' b Lh.1l> ■ Uaedlad iljlern «•«■!(«• pniai.ni.nl. Tile first play 



local vocalists, aud' a 



'0 weeks - entaiemetll. .... • 
ffyra srns "An American Cltlaen. ■la" 11 



fciad'iDe venture, wltn'umtllua Joun Canuuu, louiidry,' catocouitu, Jounatown flood, and all tue r?«sk or it, andteeu ritiiraa liere for tie meat will lie put ou Monday, ,. 

Ibe arell known promoter, as nauasar. ibe coister. bale does > lana.opce builneu. week followln|. ■ Dne.u Cm opeuedlWritlon »>,. .ns i, . £KJ"^SB?Jf t . , !t'*H&. w H? ,! . 



vaudeville entertlla- 

"lajr, 4. 

tcontlon Bay, ana It ■ leaflni capaciri'orjiiw'peopier'it l« • 






THE NEW YORK (DLIPPEK. 



,435 





It eaally, quickly and ftaormighlj removes all 
trace of grease-paint, burnt cork or any other 
make-up, without the aid of cold cream or 
without the allghteat injury to the most delicate 
compleiion, leaving the akin feeling cool, clean 
and comfortable. 

Nit SALE BY DRUGGISTS AND OtOCEIS 

• WILL 

Wife WALTKE & COMPANY 



"WASH-UP" MADE EA^Y 




Iirelty hotinc-, the color scheme being old rose, 
vory and gold. The directors have snrta 
notlilnjj to add »lt the Intest Improvements, 
antl Die liirhtluff. ventilation and heating are 
of the in test paltorn, Ineludliur the rheoRi.it 
for dlmnilnc light h to moonlight shades. The 
PoiiKlas 4.0. Iiu-lndcx: Byron OoiiBlaH, Francis 
Yale, Charles .Wynjrate, Ueorge C. Robinson, 
Ddould Meek, . Bern hnrdt. Nelmeyer. \V. .T. 
iMoufgotnery,' Henry McBnc. Viihh, Henrietta. 
Brown, . Leah Wlnalow, Knlc Darling, ullve 
Skinner and Bertha Cordrny. 

Jim — John Tort, manager of the .North 
Wentera' TJifta-trk'Hl Apodal Ion. Is. expected 
to decide whether Ida people will take up in 
option mi the Auditorium Theatre, whirl, nils 
been secured at Mini, nun. Mr. Cmt Ik hurry- 
ing arrafijtenienfs'to wcure it house here for 
the Orpbeuni circuity which will open In S,s> 
km. i*. ill.- hint week in August. If the rsko- 
rlatloii aeciii'es the Aurlltorluni It will nlose 
the. present put ranee and open n new one on 
h vtu'uiii hit adjoining tho building. Tho 
capacity, of (lie Auditorium la l.BHO people. 
It is nt present la?lng used liy the Jessie Hhli- 
leyi Stock Cii. 



Tneonia. — At the Tacomn Theatre (Chas. 
II. Herald, manager) David Proctor and 
tEllttbitl. Valeiitltip. In "A Mesange from 
Mui-n." May 1'fl, ill), pleased. Mack Swain, 
.'to, 111, In "Kathleen. Mavourneen." Cora 
King Siviihi wan leading lady. Pollard's »'i.».. 
ltv"A Riirmwny Olrl," "The Oslcly (Mrl" and 
"An American -'Millionaire" .hint) i, 2. 

Ura.ni>. il>. It. Worley, manager)- — Week 
liefllnnlng Mny 28: Jlert Levy, Jessie Dale, 
t'ieorge Lavender. Clifford and Orth. NhIhiIk 
timt company, Frank Itowan, In Illustrated 
wings, and (jrandlKcope. 

Star (If. M. Owens, mummer). — Week he- 

Sltmlng L'S. the Allen Shirk Co., In "The 
tows war." Charles Klnc and A. Dule, In 
the lending roles, "Kid" 11 raffs tr took the 
purl of (bo bin ciui 1 . 

♦ » » ■ 

DISTRICT Or COLUMBIA. 



v\ flrtlilNKtou. --At (he Columbia (Luckelt 
A. Kliinrtlnjr. niitnngerKi. HiIh week. Ihe Huv 
Standing Comedy Stock t*o., In "The Llnrs. ' 
with John Mason specially engaged. Iwist 
week, I lii> slock presented "Stilt Witters Hun 
iM'ti," lo excellent business. 

Iiki.ahcii (L. Stoddard Taylor, manager). 
- 'nils wuuk. Hit- Odette Tyler Htock Co., In 
"Christopher Jr," with the exception of Juno 
5. when Rime. Heriihardt .appears. Last week. 
"The AdvenlurcH of i»nly Ursula" mot with 
great eiii-cess, the stock appearing to great 
advantage. 

Ai.'adkuy oi' Music (.1. W. Lyons, mana- 
ger).— -This week,, Kin cut lfogan, In "Iltifun 
Kiimuih." i.iini wepk, ftose Afelvllle, In "Sla 
Hopklna." packed the house. 

M \.i !■:;:. i-ic (iru.J. Lit Motte. uiauagor). — 
Tii i H limine opened for one night laal week 
(June 1). ror the Thalia Yiddish Co., to a 
crowded' house, 

Lu.-i-;i:if (ICugenc KermtD manager). — This 
week murks Hie opening of tlie Hummer sca- 
miii ni Mi I h hoiino by the. Lyceum Htock Bur- 
in."lii" Co. LuHt week the II licit School Olrla 
clotwil i lip regular rieahon of tno hou^e, to ex- 
cellent tiualneriK. 

Li .n.v 1'auk (lleorge !■;. i;iii. managci'). — 
Thla mngnlilcent. reaort opened May -K, In 
Creat aliape. Thonaunfla of iieojile vlalted It 
and admired II. Liberal!'* Bund und the 
Bcrrle Vnldnn troupe of hIx girl IdcycllHta 
luniii. in'.i (he free outdoor entertainment, be- 
i !'!•■ a full compllmcDt of Hhoot the cbutca, 
ncenlc railway, trip to llockanay, circle Kwlng, 
temple of myntery. danclnR' pnvlllon and A' 
score of other tittrncttona. rhllllplnl's Band 
and u high diver are the free vaudeville 
featurex. 

Chevy Cmask Lakb (Herbert Claude, man- 
ager).— A Hocilon of Hie 0, H. Slnrlno Band 
fiirnlKhor, nightly concertH. 

tlKNTRV Biiothkrh' Show bad capacity 
Tin sill cbs. 

— i » »» 

OREGON. 



r-.i -Diimi. At thci'Helllg f Calvin Bfttllg, 

manager) "A Message from Mara" did good 
iniHitif mh May \il'2i. The theatre is now 
dark; , 

i -m I'll; r Tjuiatrh (MIIIod .YV. Seamaii, 
manugeri la dark. 

llAKMi TiiKVTHt: (<*cu. h. Baker, uiaiiugcr). 
—-Tho linker Tbwtra Co. had two ciipm-lty 
houaea 27. lo ivltueaa "llanda Aci'drh tho 
Hen." The eomimny did extiemely large 
luiHlneHH week of 20. In. "The fdltlc Jllnlnter. 1 ' 
"Tho I'Ucrnul city" will bo put. on June l< 

Lyric TiiKAwt; (Kcntlng Ac Flood, mann- 
sen*).~Tlie Lvrh: Htock Co. la prcuentlnit 
r 'A Southern (JIi-I'm I/ovg" week of May 28. 

Star Tjihatiii; (Jiiinpa II. Krrlckaon, niuii- 
accr),— Tho Star Stock Cb. Ik prcaeatlng 
"Too.Miiny Friends" week of 28. 

«ram» Thbatiih (Jaaica II. l-JrrlckHon, 
mnnnpei*). — The hill week of 28 : The Broth- 
ers Li.il/., ill' 1 Creat. Ctpmeiiso Brothers, lha 
RiDadvav Trio, Tom Rt|iloy, ftentfrow and 
Jansen, llnrolrl IlolT, nrntidlHCope. 

I'antaukis' TiiKArnt: t4ohn II. Johnson, 
munngeri^-The bill week of 28 : The Topaj- 
Tiirvy Trio, Wm. C. Doivlan and entupaTly, 
Holmes and Holmes; .lonea and Sterling, .len- 
netle Monitor. Arthur Mlwell. moving pic- 
tures of the Han Francisco oArthtiunke and 
fire, by the Uutoseorw and Bloprrnph Co., of 
New York. 

FniTZ'H Nkw TtiKATiiK (Thomua Booney, 
manager). — Week of 28: Bvallne Allen, Allle 
Delmar. Vina Mascot, Jay Harrington. Jessie 
Stewart. Mae N. Vrrnon. Barney Mtilnlly, 
Marie liiltanl. Baby Ituili, Wtlson and Lelces- 
lor. La Holsette, Itooney and Forrester, the, 
White Yogi, Frances KliUer, .lones and Un- 
veil*. Jessie (iaiitler, Olssdla Walden. 

Halk'h Si;knic To Lit ok this World (Fred 
Kill/,, manager) contlmieK to do good buHl- 
Mn, 

. »i» 

KBNTUCKV. 



LnoUviHr-. — Af Fontaine KWW Park 
(Wm, Relrhmnu. managert the bill for week 
of May 27 r.'iia ouc of iiuuuiial excetlence. 
nnd every jiutubcr on the programme waa 
greeted with hearty applauw. The Hltond- 
nace a'na targe thrqirghout the week. l''or 
week of June 3: Wflllaiu Kdek. Alma Voulin 
nnd Fight Lotus Olrfc, Wilson Bros.. Martini 
and Max Mlllan. Wayne Wlnstow, .Fredo attd 
Dare, nnd the klnodrome. F.rlanger nnd nln 
linnd will lis the outside nttrncllon: 

Pndticnh,- At IB* Cnslno (Wm, Malon", 
Tiinrtiiifcr> vaiulevllle tun hren (he offering, 
with good Inialness for I lie week. The pro- 
gramme Includes : Van ( Jofre nnd tTotrely, 
ijik'3 Hnnlngtoii, and the t'lorcllos. 



Clipper Post Office, 

lat order to avoid mlatnkea and to 
Inaure the prompt delivery of the 
letters advertised In thin Hat, an 
aflTclopv plainly addrcaaed mint he 
Bent for moli letter, anil a vtrltteta 
order for (be letter, aliened with the 
fnll name nnd nddrens nnd the Una 
of banlneaa followed by tho tmder, 
aaaat ulao be encloacd. 

Plcaae uentlon th« data (or a*n- 
ber) of tli* (MiTiiil In whloh tha 
letters aaat for were ndvartiaad. 



Used and endoried by iht leading tnemhert 
of every branch of the ptofenlon. 

We want eveiy member of the profession in 
the United States, to teat the merits of Lava Sosp. 

Send ua your atme and address, and we will 
send you ABSOLUTELY F1UU A SAMPLE 
CAKE OF LAVA SOAP. 

SAINT* LOUIS. U. S. A. 

■ i iM j ■ i i i i ii ae 




LADIES' LIST. 



AnitcrKin, Kiln 
Arnold, genu 
AiittitirH. Kilty 
Amels. Mile. 
Aiidmna. 

AiincK If. 
AilamH. r'riru 
Ailells, la 

AllHtltl, AlllKC 

llclmont. 

Mm. Harry 
nnimlelle JeMlv 
lioluuo, Mnry 
Ita.ley Mn.A,(l 
Ulnlsilfll Julia 
Konrue, Hazel 
Browne, 

Diirulliy K 
Hi mill-Hi. Dorlrtil 
BitietraUi Kate 
linker, Ollre 
Bnrrett, UnUyit 

llntley. Fmnkli- 
Ui'liount, Mura 
ltencli, Uoltllc 

llnlv, 4 VI iii 
HciiNlniM K'Hlh 
Pikker, Olive 
rtniclsy, Mlus 
KnlCoiir. 

t t Mi" B- 

PIk[io|i. Mho 
ItviinbiKs. Kill I 'i 
Urlltht Hartlialt 
llnire. Dor/MSy 
Hiiinclle, l.oulw 
Pates, 

JiMciililnr A. 
Blftiae, Lily 
Uimirnril, 

.Mm. llitrr; 
Brows, 

I'm --in.- \i 
lieiuielt sut.'is 
•tenner. K* 
Bell, A lieu 
Purlcll, A a mi 

ItPIIHOli, Mil I'll- 

Onrwjn. Jean 

( inUii' Mnelfl'A- 

'■ :.: ■ -ii-iiM'ls. 

Minnie 
Cnnte, Mm. U 
Oroft, Mabel 
OhllderH, Urice 
Ciirtln fhmw 
Cbnnnifiii, 

Piullno G. 
Ciuwfonl, 

Lillian M. 
Corter. Annie 
Cote, I'Miii- 
Coi* telle Marlon 
Carter. Mlllan 
Cole, Dnllinl 
Cluylon. Ollle 
Crawford, 

Lillian M- 
Ciiny. Vniitiiwl 
I'liiMilimbiiRi. 

Zelln 

unnr. F.tta 

I'li-uMn. Babe 
Ciiv. Mh'. E. A. 

ciirrnni. Mm. 
Psonar, Bsbe 

Cov. Kiltie 
Ci-f.rt, Itubel C. 
Culver. Dotlte 
Clink llwher, 

UlntlyK 
Carter, AltlRo 
Clifton, I'esrl 
hlKtou, Mailelln 
De UrrsiiHil, 

.tlitlct 
IV Vernl. Ilosu 

lirlrr.v KletQ 

Du4lley. 

DsdHta c;. 

Iiimn, Mit.v 
Derrerl. Itnse 
Dale, Marlon 
He M.vrt* Lillian 
DellwoiKl, 

AlcxHiidrlfl 
IhiiioKiin. Nelllo 
Milliiit-r SIMerK 
Karl. Dorothy 
Kveretle Nellie 
Fmcrele, Utile 
Colsoin. Fliin'tic 
rililliU, Mamie 
I'itkiisor rvoiiMe 



fmiKt, r»tiirt 
Forrest, Almrrn 
Felnmr. llinw 
t-'reefniin. l^jltle 
I'Hlr'niiiki Alti-e 
ClMiii, Mrs. J. 
Freilerlcks, 

t'Hiillne 
Ford. M.itK'i 
Florlne, .Mile. 
UturlnD, Mile. 
'i ; i ■■ ■■■ i. Manil 
(tllletle. Klmn 
ttoklle, Nun 
(Iraiit, Mm. S. 
rireitory. Hell 
Oray. Alice 
Uonlon, Ailti D, 
(toner. Marie 

tin ii'. I'ltyitir 

Cltberl. ii ■-"■:<■ 
Clnrdiier. tJrnre 
tllPSKnii, Violet 
ii' Mi- Malwl 

HllVllMllll. 

A ii kH I Hi' 
Hunter, {.ealle 
Hull. Vlolii 
Uuyt. (ira-.f* 
Hmili'ii Vlraliiln 
llownnl siHii'i 
IJnyos Mnrmwrt 
llopkliiM, K i mi i 
Hutliawny Aim 
Hull. Artie 
1IiiiiiIh|,hi IaiiiIm 
It ii 1 1 m wny. 

Ksnrj 
IIiiiikliH, Kuiiiiii 

lllllllOII. 'l'l'MI.1 

HsrlOHC Ht-filri- 
UmiKloii. I.Hiini 

Hull. Ml uH'L- 
Jurtlau, Jnide 
liMirn-. Viola 

.tilllK'Il. I.'IICIII- 

JemilnjtH li>iiiile 
Kellon ijIiiiIvm 
Mniii'ilr. I.milsr 
K'nk-. :-".ii:ni 
Klefer, lila 
UIiir, Mice 
K.-.ni, Aihliitile 
I .en i n I/ottlo r. 
Lewis, Ida 
Lee. Burluiree 
I-- Itoy. Dalsy 
Txird, Mrs. (Jen. 
Linptry, Nellie 
l,u Vole, Mile. 

trOWell, Hl.llirll-' 

l.uwlor. N Mile 
UebL Am .i 
i.nMnv. Helen 
GOIf, Alice 
Lewis, Clars 
l.ii it v. Kilnii 
Brun. 
Antoinette 
LrHley, Boiinatl 
HnylOM. Maltel 
Hltrml UmiIw 
ifeODrn. Mnt,L< 
Millar. Jenide 
MeConiietl 

Ulsters 
MeAilam. 

Winnie flUi 
Montrort. Miss 
Mnivlevllli', 

Mrs. U O 
Mar I In* 

. Willit'lmtna 
MiK'Kur Stuelell 
Miteliell. Oorul. 
Merldetli UMta 
Murtlneltt. 

Ignstla 
Mitchell. 

Ch:irlottP 
Mills, Ma ml 
Martlnot. Hadle 
Miller Kittle A. 
Melville, Mn.v 
Metietlt Mcluiil 
Meredlib Mnnle 
Montruss, IxjuHe 
MouttcDineiy. 

Kiinii-i 
MfCitW', Jane 
Mni'i'iii, I>ui)se 
Mitchell, Mm. 



M... 



u-t', 



A<l>lni'lc 
MnKny, I "in M. 
GBNTMSMICN'9 LIST 



M'ir.'Hii. Klttv 
Muleolm. Nelile 
Mmnrlfilr. Kdltti 
May. Funiile 
Mmtola, A.leliil.l 
M<-Kh.v, Ma M. 
Norton. 

Mins Bllllc 
Nellsoo, May 

XiiNiH. Jllllll 

Newell, Lillian 
Xlcholrt Anitrllii 
Nimrli. Ilnlnv 
Newel Mat Buret 
Nil ram, Deafib 
Neiiiiinii, lli-w-.il> 
O Mrlen. KHlle 
(•liver, i.vi'hn 
Picksnlo, /"in 
I'elliaiii, Una 
1'iiiiiier, Clara 
I'roctor, Urseii 
(Vlnlie, Mela 

rhiinii". 

Martlia J. 
I'owell, A I in a 
I'niill, Als«lae 
I'lirker, l-'lum 
gulnlsii. Jofle 
Ulilgi! Mm. A.T 
Knusell Itnln 
Itimney, absus 
tttlisle. Mu'liro 
lEliodci. Ailali 

. iiminl. Vlolu 
ItttHS. Opiil 
Hens. '!(■.*:■' 
nayinnnd, 

Uaratwnts 

ItulH'ili. Maude 
Hiidcline. I'rarl 
Bobbins, 

Mrs. Clint 
nebSTH liertrud 

i ■■ ■■.-.«. livrtle 

Klehsnl llsttlo 
Itlulta. Mile. 
Iteynolds, Until 
Itarnsey. May 
Hteel, Lillian 

>:n nil ir. M'i. -1. 

tell Victoria 
Stilly. Mrs. J. J 
bounder*. 

Klorencn 
Kwan. Olive 
Hummei'H, SylvU 
biierwooil Miller 
Smart, M^nrlon 
Hlmon, siciia 
Saimderx. 

Florence 
Stiller ■' in' .mi 
Soiuuiervllle, 

Alliell.L 

Stevens, Kittle 
Stutsmnn. 

"Irs. tleo. 
Hlltair tiraeeO 
Sharp, Boaslo 

ttsfpi Jcwla 

stern, Cecil 
Tsylor. KrniM 
Tliompsoii. Amy 
Taylor.: Nellie 
Tinner. Datay 
Tlioiuprt,)!), Motin 
Taylor. Pora 
Vmii Dyne loU 
Vvmwt. I.oln 
VeiTMH. Vera 

Vere, vivisn 

Vnnc. Hlhel 
Woodwnril. 

Dol lie V,. 
Wynne. Beanie 
Weston. Kmin i 
Wllhsr Dolly B. 
Wynne, Monn 
Wllsoo, Viola 
Wll-on Delle 

Whipple twota 

Wilde. LarlHe 
WiilHtoii. Iletiltiti 
Wheeler. /«lnia 
Wilier, Dolly ». 
Wclitl. Miiltle 
Wiiclibiirii. HOH 
Waller, Nellie 
Whoatoii, liOir 
Webster Eentrtc 
(fair, May 
Vuuug, Irene 
VdiiiiR. Jeanettc 



Aherns. Tlie Heatty MnrtlnO Ohnmplln filiaaK 
AinlrcAVS, AIM. Burns. Harry (Jlilpinnn, K. W. 
AItihiisI. Tom Bell, Pete Coleman, Mr. 

All. Muly liliiek, Arthur Curson, Jiih. H. 

/.ylmer. lV»»o. (leorge Cenio & 

Penrlviil Itojlan, Peter 1'iirnnm, 

Aiiilrewa AFIehl Biirron, m. Cllflon. H. H- 
Adorn". (»«a Sntker. Bonera CMITord. HeorKe 
AUiIhi. John Hlssett. Tom Coo|-?r &, 
All, Abner Hnber lie... (Col. ltohln*oo 

Atifn & Drlmatti llrowo. Marry Currnii A 
AmIUoii & Karlu Botttiwr. IM. D 1'nnium 

Ale, Abner llarlow Minstrel rjnrltnn. Ham 

Ainowa (l.C. Ja. Drlalol, W. M. Cnrlinil, J. U 
AruiHlronit Mort Hurke .1. k May Coinior. W..F. 
Amolil & Bniklaisl Cel.rf- rjlsylnu. Mur- 

Uflnlner Bowman. Km my ft Ui. 

A bin. Mm ■ Baker. Clins. M. Clmrcb How. K. 
ArnoM Or, M.O- liurke. John V. Cnrtmell. ,lohu 
Ailiiiu-i HnntneH-' Hnrite>'n. The Cn-ml. Bllllo 
Alien, Al llrosbnu*. Cttbiired, HOSa, 

Arnold. Selb A. Jackaon Uurwey. J"erry 

Allilui, — Bnrljottr. L. Colin. Huj,b L. 

Ikuiii, Hjutt linker. Myron Cswrnly. Jas-l'. 
KilltK. Knrl lleillul, .leltan Colllna ft Hrvnii 

linker, (feo. D. Hurt none. Tlias. fVittlen, KiiKfiM* 
HMiky, L. Ii. Until*. Kf. Citvanuiwli Billy 

Iii.nMilniTH. The Bujiliee. l*o Carey. CIiiim. 
Byrne, We*l * Byrne, Jit*. A. Cumplieil k 

Kenyon iteiuictt. Muale. Johnson 

Bniwulngs The Itinlow A Kane Crawfor-l lister 
Itfll. Pete IlrnilyA Hil«mer Cooler. Hum 

lltwjka Bros. Hell. lid. If. Cut-Male, I. D. 
billion. Wold Barker A; UHrlter CoMern, Clarem! 
Bell & Henry Bennett. Fred foiielly. Ilosu 
Biirtea. I'.tllle Ciiterly. Frank Cbsater, llert't. 
Binik.oii. liny I'ralff. Hlcby U*. (Mainly. J-tWea 
Breeji. Diivlrl J. fiotlea Wi-rtmiH t Ihelle. — 
Uiirreft l';it*.v r.,iiiu>. Dan Clsinsn ivmi. Of 
Bell. Ctnia. T. Clark ft Duncan Crane. Nst 
Billing. Horry Conklyn. W. E. Clayton, Fred 
Dootli, Oar. K, OOffin ft Ttove. .tohnny 

notrman. Freil Bnncrori Dnnlaj. Willie 

Hurry. Hen. Carroll. Will M IhmoTiin, J. V. 
HriKT. De Mil- I'umni Bnsi, li'iiMivnii. .Ins. 
Umr A Price Csrr, (im, II. Iinrlaes. fhl 
Itretnii, Ted i nrl-M. J. J. iHunti, Frank V. 

Blnck. Peery 'Cnrtfs, 0. O. 'He no«e. Pet. 
Verrere, Ctiaa, Cortei lieraando DcmpiKr, C. F. 



Diuican. Chna.II 
Duvls Frank l. 
Ihnklii. Jriines 
Day. A. W. 
Dnvlsou lien VI 
Diiwaoii Hall, J 
Drake, heimnnl 
He Petit, (.eo\i 
DotlMon, Clint 
Uuuini, Clevc 
Hriacoll Miiimc 
DC'bnss, OffOMB 

i 'inh, Oeorif 

iKinodliiic, J. W. 
Intltoii, Win. 

Uanswsrt 

Harry J. 
rieiiiielly, IiH.n 
Dslley, Bnbt. L. 
Heauun, Chaa.F. 
De Haven, Cart. 
Hill, Mas 
Hale,' E A. 
Hllorlh. 0- W. 
De Omni Henry 
lliirllnif. I'ror. 
live, Boy 

lllXI-ll. .IrtH. 

Devcnrtnrl, 

(mnce c 

Hi l ii. i. Bert 
Hiirnn, Herbert 
Dold, Frank A. 
IHiiiHtiltton, 

Prof. C. A, 
DeuiH*, L. T. 
Hmersiiii, Wi B. 
Kijencr Frits L, 
Fly, 4. Frjnk 

I Mnioiiaon W.J. 
Fbiioru &■ ■ ■ 

Bnrtk't 
RHott, Jack 
KMrttsn AUHiidy 
KlilrldRo, Pre** 
Furle, i.iriiliiiui 
Kflwaetls, Cliasl' 
Kllnwortli, B. 
I'urls l*iv, MM 
K,|\v;ii-iK Muab 
Finmett I 

McNeil 
FmvlrfH, Ureal 
lipids. Hobby 
I'arrell. Clllt 
Floyd, 1/1. B. 
I-Vnnel, Neil 
Kaiire. Jnhs 
I'ullofi, Arthur 
Fold tow- *i 

Sisters 
fuf, FrtuivlN 
li'eniHiiOct Harr 
I'atiOhvr Joa. II. 
Fuller, Horry 
Frye, Cluyton 
Fink, Fred 
iniiM, vicior 
rvsacnd-'ii. *WHl 

I'Iiiii, 'Hhh. J. 
rinii. l-i'u 
Vox (V Hinmueri* 
Puulkuer 11. H. 
I'raiik. Chtm. I, 
l'rlt-ilrlcli (iustv. 
I'tiiil, Kilmund 
Fern. Hurry H. 
nam Perkins 
Freer. Juhiafle 
Forrester. Sld- 
tiettcr DocB.K. 
HleHHOii 1'lofOlt 
ilomlwhi, Ben 
CullHR'jer. 

Ed ward 
uirmil. Ueo. 
i.n','11. H. T. 
i.i-ili'. in. Jiick 
Clbler. Ctias. 
(.onion, (leorfio 
Cruet. AL 
(MMOJI AChudott 
lioldle, Doctor 
tltyiHlou Wultei 
Graham, Ferd. 
<ioldeii UnieQiit. 
ntmtons 'Smnnjf 
(inllirailb. Ted 
Ulll. Pmf 
(llllen. r:ii» ■.mi 
(lllaiore, Barney 
i.nliii'ii. Geo. F. 
liiilllmon*. — 
Clhlen. Jllllle 
Creeue, Ueo-. II. 
uorninml, Hurry 
tjlyndoii, Walter 
Lllenroy, Jos. II. 
UiasL .Sydney 
(Hick. J. B. 
OrlfUu. David U 
(, n I la Kite f 

Rnwan 

(J a id ner - 

(filler 
Hrlese, 
(lonloii. 
.tiltuHtftj Barnoy 
(imli'ii, Uiii'IhiuI 
(llliiroy, A. B. 
Helieri, Arthur 
Hole, Chief - 
Henley, Joseph 
HuutliiK, Tony 
IlewmsH & 

RONH 

Harris, itnbt. H 
Heiniliik' MIltH 
Belli. Silvio 
Holmes,. Oscar 

LuiUlii, J. 
Iliuiuivmd, JH 
lliiyen, Jus. F. 
IliMser. HfVa 
llemiile. K. A. 
llvile. .Albert 
Hulituinl, txiuW 

II inlU, Blchd. 
linrk. I. 
llurrls, Jas. M. 
Harvey. Fred It 
Mylsml. J. C. 
flBTrls, '/.. M. 
Harpe.*. Harry 
Haiiaei'OK. C. M 
Hnefle, Wm. N 
Beam, W. 8, 
Hunlle. OHo 
Hall. I<ouIh [i. 
Ilooillnl, Harry 
Hlekoi, W. i. 
Hangerea, C.M.I 
Herlrert, Carl 
Hull, (Bo. V. 
Mntffii. Jsnics 

Hsrtwell ' 



HoH-*. b'Mik It 
rlnnxanl. Perce 
i[*.pkhM On., 

Ms (Mitv.' 
Ilulcb-AilsniH 

Corn, Co 
lllll ASllvnriy 
llesrii. T. 
Ilowley, Jtio. 
Ijiirt, Y.. L. 
tluliHOti A .lamer 
(learn, Tom 
Hoffman k 

Co.. On 
ttnnwu Horry 
Hayes, Kd. (1 
Hayes, Jsh. F. 
Ilerriniiiui tMiiii 
Ifuyen &. Wynne 
IlJraes ft Demi 
llalldiiy. (teo.V. 
Hollaiul. (leu. 
Ifars, HarwyD. 
Hart, K. L. 

llvltllld. (1. H. 

Inninti, Billy 
IrelHnit, Freilk. 
Jmical, Itlvii 
Ji'fTerann TlnmN 
Johnson. 

iMllHll-llI) 

JoltMin, Albert 
JnitRe. Wslly 
Jtiineoun DuvcJ 
Jt-iiiilnut'. J. C 
ivtae, I'niiene 
J«i|iiisoii, L. Ki 
James, Arthur 
.Tobriaoii. ChasW 
Jones, >V, 
.kiJiiiMPti (liirvill 
JohnaoQ Trb 
im. in.- limn. 
.Imi.l, Wallle 

.Irlllll-Ul, I ~ I lllk 

m"n. II. L. 
Khiff. J. If. 
HMWOtt, Wra. 
Kellelier. M. J. 
I't-lluui. Lee J. 
Kelly, M. J. 
tvcoifh. v/BL M< 
(.Mualcbnil 
Kelloiis. Mns. 
Unlll. M. J. 
Kearney. Pat 
KUl[i. O. C. 
KtlliK, Billy 
Kohler. prof, i) 
Khmnel). Harry 
Kerr, A. Biilpli 
imh». Knieat 
Keniiedy A 

lt'ioney 
Klnif. Will 
ftnlets, J. 
Kaiifni:iu I'niiill) 
Ktlley. Arthur 
Klccmlcliejt, B. 
K renter, CJias. 

Kelly, ii":-. J. 

Kett, .luck W. 
Kennedy St 

ItOiney 
Kettner KdKarll 
KfSMi — - 

i\een, Julian 
telly, Joe K. 
Kilts. Knieat 
me, Jiiliii K. 
Mini, Hen. 
Lester. Hilly 
IsHtflk-, Woi. 
lewla, Andy 
Lamp, Jiick 
l-vViird, Wm. 
l-ateii'a < ' ii , ''.I 
reiice. Bon 
lee. Hurry W. 
I.illonu F. I .lei 

I.III'IIK, Sit 11 1 

l.e«ii. Walter 

l.yiiinu. Hen. 

IX, I'uul 

mot T.'to 

moud A: 

Pdlelte 

l.lniUxli, U. 51. 
IsjftUM, How. F. 
liu Mm, Benson 
LelKlttm. Bert 
l.iieknye. Dick 
I.utvlcr T Frank 
UtilH ''liet. J. 
I.ulgl Trouiie - 
LltbEoii. IJco. 
Lewui. Ifclviir 
Leyburue, A I. 
I.eitOr, J. P. 
I^puer Bom. 
Lambert, K. A. 
(•inward Bttia, 
Lee Tiiiir Foo 
i.n.jiiii Wriifbt 
f.owunde. Oii.ii 
Centra A 

La Kin 
Leonard AFulloi 

l.millll'l. J. II. 

i.ntie, Arthur 
Liifnyrlte. L. 
Luililoo, Jim 
Latah tirnnt 
1> Dent, — 
ls.'wia, Andy 
I"". Hiii i) W. 
Llewellyn. 

. ... A 



Mlerer, A. 
M fw awa llrrbt 

.M.iiKnirl". 

Ma |or it. U. 
Meiowii, t'lia*. 
Mars. Jxiw 
Mslironqs J. M. 
Miller, C. C. O. 
Mnwntt, Ben 
Mt-Avuy, Ban 
Mellnotte*. The 
MeUnitli, Clua. 
Mitchell Al/ive 
MltcticII Frank 
Mitchell. B. F. 
Mantrll'M 
■ - Marionette 
Mllloii, M ult V. 
Melielti, Chun. 
Ml. lie II AMIahoii 
Minim, Wnllstv 
Mtrllee U (loHLns 
McVlltv, KotKi. 
MelVln. Jna. B. 
Monte-Myrv Mr. 
Mario. B. 
MerrytlrM. lk>n 
MiiniliUK. t: W. 
Mack, Mr. & 

Mrs. ivl, 
Mel v In, John 
Mutavitt i.wi-inl 
alnntn, Jamra. 

tin, K. 
Miimoii, i; 
Mam. lion W. 
Muntnurucrr, 

Fmuk 
McNIsli, Frank 
Morrelt, Frank 
KlalheWM A - 

llurris 
Mliinsiil. A r\ 

.Mel illi. ,1nh. B. 
Mrlvlii Hi,.-... | 

Majestic Trb 
Mt-Uube. Jan. D. 
Millard, Frank 
MKldleloii UeuW 

Mirny. 

t-iinuii'i j. 

Miinnlng, l.i.itili-. 
Miatre. Friisk I. 
.M. '.i l.'iin, JollU 
Nolan, Dave 

;\.-.i i r,i i. ■ u, .. 
Nil... i. Johnny 
NcwhLkII, 

Murrls 
Nh.ni, A. Y. 
Newman John A 
tiaklry, Frank 

. (HI Item i 
OlrlilKe, A. 
O'Connor, 

i iiiim ; 
drill, Frank 
urlh, lew 
4Ml.ni. Nin'jiiiiii 
Opiwulielioer Jas 
*l.in;iii, John 
li.lt, i ii,. Hi 

Cha 1 1 . • 
(human, T. Jtw 
Ontruii'ler Khui. 
Powers, Howard 
1'rleit, F. 0. 
Paulo, — 
PruTeaiile, a. 
'artv l ii i-.iiii 

PlirlS, I. rime I 

Powell. F. F. 
Peterson, 

[■Hi n-ll i :> 

ITelle, Obis. 
J'.-il'-r, II. B. 
lioveeule ("Cji: 
Puller. II. W. 
Piilmcr ft Ti in-/ 
Paul, V. 
Phelpa, i'.r; \, 
l'lirrjuette. Wm. ' 
Pierce & Onp 
Puck,. Barry 
Potters. J'jlm T 
Price, Harry M. 
Pearson, Tony 
Price j.fc Mabel 
Peyser. Ilrury 
Parker, oJs. H.' 
Porler Wm. Jr. 
Perry A Haudall 



Leonard k 

Fulton 

LsmaKo Bros. 
Lonituml. Itli'li, 
i.uiiriiritci. -Jack 
LaucuNter Jack 
l.ii Vint I In ivy 
laMothe, Wm. 
Larrhec. A- C. 
Morris APnrker 
Morrow. Jss. A. 
Myrkle 

Itiinler Co. 
My Dixie 

(lirl C«. 

MllK'ce, J«ck K. 

MlHman. Mr. 
Monditello. AL 
MarKsi. Herman 
SIcCormfieK, 

,Lum|on 
MeKeevsr, C. K,Svln»i,H,' 
Mul.hettf, Paul Htltrotl>. Wlllard 
Mi'M'ii, (i. J. Hemon, CIihm, >' 
Moivmcn, Clinw. Kofer, HalTf B. 
Muskelt. Tom Huwuiihh. Bob 
.MucAnnllkn Joe t>|«rry k Bay 
MueKlnnnn J.lt.'Hnon. M. L, 
ffartwell liiiKfe.', Harry K-rlveafer Harry 
Runtsoa BrnestlMnrrlaavy JsaF. msnrd AHlone 
llsmfff. WM. ISIJera. Hniiv S.hi'luill.k, Krwl 
Hat ton. H. iMrlnotC Hindi it-'iewurt ft Haltt 

'MeKeever, W. Hledmali. 
Mnitslll'.ii Trio lUnla.i-1 

Murrls. Cawm Filter. Henry 
Mt.irllt. ItlllvT.'tJnlly. I^W 



Ponem Rroa. 
I'i'jmt, lleory 

I'lll'li'. KlUHlP 
"rliiKle, Anli. C. 
Meters P. A sjet 
Vi-r: . . JollU 11. 
ijuliilini. Bin 
guliilriu Priw. 
UnlKK A Mack 
llcni. Ale>. 
iteed.A A. P. 
Reebrfgrt AMay 
Kbllo, — 
rapsn Hurry H. 
Klley, W. F. 
Ill ley. Wm. 
Itolh. C. 
Itefyea, CIibh.F>. 
Itdral Miis.Flvo 
Ni'viimnil WinH 
ItelfT. 'leorse 
itiuijyii. (iea. v 

Kceves I'M A 

I CI a l In! in 

H.lille,', Allton 
K Mil" Duo. 
Itueca. Three 
lloaarfs. The 
KuberUos l<eo K 
Kldfte, Hilitey. 
Be*.. Ur-lollau 
Hiimlall Itituell 
Hlukuby, .siinf.i. 

iieuwon. war- 

rail A- iv... A. 
RlSSMBd WBlH 

It' hliiH.ni, HttU 

i:..-.. Bert 
Boberts. 
, " ffao. (Piano) 
Reet I ft Holes 

Iu'IHiik Hear 

Chief 
Rledler AottMl 

HiyiiM'iiil, Bob 



iMmkwood, 



Hotve. Walter 
lloraii, Kddie 
Hume, J. L. 

I lull. J riff fill 

Hedge, John 

He'nells *" 

Hanson 

Henella. - 

llamlltoii Chas. IMrycm. F 

Hfcnru. W. T. Mmitlny. Little 

Herbert, If. Miitcl.<*lte. Paul 

llmlh, TIsmi. K. Miller Herti. 'I. 

tllckey. Will II.;M.Avny, Harry 

Iteroert, Frank iMeShhne Joseidl 

Ilowland Delavn'McCill Trio 



m, Joe Harrr P. 

on HarryH. JliDuniiell Mike 
Ha, Joe Metzette Chas, 



Sl-iielli, Ueo. F. 
torn el, Ilex 
KL Oiik«, Fre«l 
Hlinnnoti, J. II. 
Bl'oenfelt. J, C. 
fmlth Frank <!. 
Hbnnalisn.,FA. J 
Hndth. B. D. 
>'.i.liiniii. Ham M 
str.nil.i Fred D. 
C-chrock ft Sice 



Mu.-iii B. A. 
HHckland Pmr.i 

S-'.i nii.-.i. A, tl 
N. Kinw, I-. 

^IlllltlH.'!-. l'Tllll 

Swestmsn Wll.l 
Swift, Kmrt 
>benn»n. Mr. 
fulllvsn John I, 
Standard Am.O 
Hulllvaii, Willie 
Hhieve, Frnalt 
Hrloll,. A. 
Ht Miidard Atn.Cn 

Hihhi. ti. it. 

fpllsman, J. 1 
reriywlck T.:il. 
H|*encar. Frank 
f-iint, Ktlwln 
V lone, Brnest 
Nhrncrr. Walter 
ttlielley*. it. it. 
HI. Ilelmo. Jim 
>'tnlT«r'l A Hlniif 

StofMonl, Frank 
Mory, Ariimr 
•II.- r. i lli 

IikhIs, Four 
Teet. Ueo. M. 
Taylor. Mr. 
Tl>omp<win ft 

i'- mi.. 
Thorn**, T. F. 
Tlmma- KlbsiK. 
Terry, Walter 
Trolley CnrTrlo 
Trunk AB-allvr* 
Tlmni'in AltOD U 



Witi. 



Hun l-r. Phil 11 
I'oWkIpv. I.e !l< 

ruiu.i, Walter 

riinnilo'i, .lame* 
I'n t iv Hurry 
rrtnaWL llar.M 
I'aylor, ttttfiir 

■torrm*, M. 



ItioniOHon A 

Herlds 
I li mi i«. Kid n. 
Veiihri-'hc, inn. 
Chi, Cm I 
tlAjR-r. Max 
(fnlcyrloA Hoy 
Vm-riiiii.L ureui 
Vilikv, liHt-ry 
Vim, Billy 
\enani, Ksrl 
Vnrney, AiiMin 
Venelts. Frank 
Wttrren. «;*... II 
Webh. Harry L. 
Wilson. Frnnkll 
Wtawlwo.nl. 

Harry 
Weelon. Willie 
Wlille. C. B. 
»ili"i-, Mr. 
Wlntem, km 
Wlivhm, Chrl* 
WsHoii. Hurry 
Wllhrleli, .1. U. 
Molpert Trio 
Walls. Henry T 
Wills, AL W. 
Wrn(oti. Fwl 
Wliilney, II. S. 

aiCB ffOTlcu AT UK All iir LIST. 

.*w+. 

fAIJl'-llHMA. 



v'll-.n, i ;i>, i X. 
Watts, M. II. 
Wnir.. ... C. II. 
WpImx, Amtreus 
Wnlcutt, Hen 
Wnlue. Fred 
William* Jaa, A 
Wither, Cbireii.' 
Wnndaon Hlalprs 
Warner. A. 
Whelini A 

Senrlca 
Worlds Com. 1 
Winters, Hid 
Wpllfel, .Iniues 
Winters, Percy 
Wltll-iin*. .1 inner. 
Whelsn. Chrla 
World's tv.m.t. 
Willi Juke 
Millie. Jniuos 
Wlilte.B It. L. 
Villi-.. n, Joe 
Willis, AIUmi 0. 
Wilson. Alex. 
Waters, Tom 
WmIhI,. Hl.-lmnl 
West, Da Fnreat 
Weever, Kdwlu 
WIImoii, Jiick 
WtiUter, Ben 
Willful,*-. Heo.F, 

Weiss ft weiMs 
Wallace, Hen. 
Voikaey, J.C.K. 
Yuma, — 
Yuht, llnrrr It, 
Zlakii A KliiR 



Lnn AiiRrfea — At the. Mason Opera House 
(II. C. Wyatt, immune; 1 ) a Hummer season tif 
biirlesuue will open at Ibis house iveek of 
June 4, ivitii iiat-rr .fiitin-M' Ti'iivfNfv Ktnrs, 
p resc til I us; "Flddle-liee-lire." 

IHitiAHi.ii (John II. Blnckwuotl. maiiniror). 
— '•itlorls.na,'* by (lie atocR eiitiitmiiy, drow 
well, week etidliiK Mny ^7. Tho Uclsscu Slock 
Co. prcaenlcd "Itfii Vnil Winkle." 28 nnd week. 
lo good IiiihIui'hs, to bo followed by "Jnur." 

itfllltlHCO'H ItllRUANK (OllVir Mo|'i)mcii, limn- 

ager). — "At I'liiey Hldgo," uh pt'caenTert by 
Ihe *( nek, played tu auud biisluess weck'eiul- 
Injf 'JH. A revival of "MlKpnli," one of. last 
iieiiHou's jtreateat successea, I* prcarnled hi 
Ihe Htock couiDHliy 'J7 rtlid week. Underlined, 
"The Chi I Left Hehlnd Me." 

i.ija.mi uiriiA Hni mm (ClnreucA Drotvii, 
miniiiKer). — "ffJunt Lynm'." hy ihe' IJIrlch 
Stock Co., playrd to uood bustnsas week <>ml 
lug J7, "Lured, fi'tiui Home" la Ihe offcrtna 
of the atnek eomimny UH. "Loxt In r Blf 
City" underlined. 

(UtFHKUt (MfiL'tth Heck, venernl lunnsjrer). 
— Kontnrts l j s mid week: Fret) Camo'M mhi- 
'i.in Cntnedy Co., In "Miimiulntr Birds;" Keno. 
Walsh una Melrose, Marvelous Frank and 
Little Bob, Caprice, Lynn and Fay, Foator 
und Fouler, the creni Kranccllaa, Argeiiantl 
Trio and new motion olctiires. 

IJNIQUI) (Kent/ A /.aliee, iimprletors).— 
P'rutiiros "S und week: den. DelmnH, Alicia 
O'Dette, (tin and Juc lltiydcn, Cliurlottn Hill, 
I'lilijiiu-o-Hcope, and Unique l'lnyora, lu "Mex- 

Novki.ty (Sum Tjoveilch, clnult muria- 
Ken. — For one night .only, May fid, Kllbert 
Vlddlsh ouci-n Co., presenllnir "The Jewish 
Kenn." "The Queou In Amerlea," "Broken 
Hearts*' sod ,r /Hrbeve Uiicher." 

-Nimv si.mi (J. K. wHhi.ii, tnnnneer). — Bur- 
lesnue nod vaudeville "R and week. 

FlHCiien'H (A. 10 Fischer, niuiinaer). — 
Fenttirea 2H und week : Morey arid Murey, 
latest moltan pictures, und Flacher'M All Star 
Comedy Co., prosentlojr "I'oeuliantaM." 

llo'iiiiMhn (T. ,|.ir White. itiHtm«eri - 
'I'lie fiireueil anpearanco of tbeOlyoi|>la Diarru 
Co. and Loittn Kendall. In the double hill, 
iiresenllnR "The Mikado" nnd "Cavalkrln 
lliislleuna," drew well week ending 27. The 
Hod liklroi In n u« ii mi i i'k Ita Hii m hut hi'iihhii, 
tieKiiiiiiiiir uk. with it piPsenlHtlon of "1. O. 
i: . ' by Kolh and Dill. 

Cinkouiiaimi (J. A. Browne, inunasei').— 
FeattircK -h and week: ICvn, Johiinle Wood, 
Luknin. Heasle Chaddock, Lamar, mullun idc- 
luri'h nnd .loluinlo Wood, presenting in 
blRS, Hie J'liii'.i- ." , , 

Kajt'iiiH (Billy Jluaks, resident manager). 
— Features 28 and week : Barry. Lmira 
llauks. Madame Wanda and trained dogs, Me- 
Hendry Broihe'rn the fHiraiony Four, Hie 
clnonKruiib, ami FJmptre Htork t/ompuny, la 
"A Ifuauand's l>lnloiniiry." 

N'uhh -i;ii"n lieacti Yaw slna* at Mfismi 
Opera llotise June 1, asslHled by Blcardsi 
llulfc, jiiiui ht, 1/m Anfteles"!* the home of 
MIhm Yaw, and a UewalMiya' lioiiie- hero- la 
called Lurk Klleti Homo. . . . .Tho f*co Cooper 

Dramatic Kuhtml bus lieen meraiHl Into Hie 
Burlaink Druinutle .School, him!, with Li*o 
CnfijnT uh inliulpiil, will Open for (ho Knll sea- 
son iiiiiint Kept, 1, In Miirosco'* Ibirhatik The- 
atre lliilldlng. .... ."f'ygtnslluu ami (JnlafcH" 

will he tuenptilei| Mny 'Ji>, itt Kliellt'luh House, 
under direction or William Wsjldrmar Uealh- 
role. .... .Toe Abbott-Bryant Opera Co. prif* 

seated "Fm DIuvolo." "Chime* of Noimiin 

dy," "Mikado" und "ttrllmlnle" 2-ia« 

Miirtlti tit'hmnii. of Ihu Orplieiim Circuit Co., 
for iDuity years s manaRor In this city, and 
now In charge of the Orphemn Intervals at 
Kansas City. Is In Los Angelea, and mention 
a lioat of old friends., . , , .The Ifevla The- 
atre, formerly under munaKemeut of J. ,1. 
Cluxton, Is now known uk the New Hiar The- 
aire, with J. K. WIIhod ua tniinager. 




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' Jiistiisstylis.il, petrtect filttnojniid well 
hi iwl c ita other linen t'nllnrs ttntl enfTit. 
r Not celluloid, rubber nor puper 
e-ftintply Uttctl treated by a secret 
proccBB. 

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Oakland — At the Mucdonouab (Chas. P, 



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HBir May 37. 
rrh week lit 



Hall, manaaer) the Klleford Ht...k 
"Hello, Bill. ' drew well week end 
The KllrMrd Co. Iwfffiii Ita fom 
'■'Hm New South" 28. . 

LlinitTT (II. rf. filshi .. 
oo'h Htoek Co pleased lama audiences In "Tho 
Man from Meilco" week emlinir 27. Hlshop'S 
Co.. In "llenrts of Tenneasee," ^'8-Juno '.). 
"How Baxter Hutted In" next. 

Ipoha i'AHK •i'jiKJTiu; (Will L. Oreenbiiiiin, 
mafliiirer), — Tlln Mora Opera Co,. Iq "TbO Mi- 
kado, drew excellent limine* week mnllru 
Mny 27. "The f.'hlmes of Normnndy" Is I ha 
bill lin-ttl future notice. 

Bum- (IM. Unman. niunfl«r>.— Keaturea 1 
June 4 and week: Kelly and vloletle, Hawson 
nnd Whit Held, Gillette Slaters, the Bothwell 
Ilroarti Hells. pteseallDft the burleatlue couik- 
ojieia. Mikado On the Half-Shell ]' inorlns 
pictures. 

NuvKiiTT (Tony Lubelskl, iunim«er), — At- 
tractions 4 and week : Tbe Two r'ngllsh Itosr- 
biida. V. it. MsPhersnu, Jas. Caiishsn. Hall 
and Lorraine and tbe project oScojpe. 

NoTas.—Tbe Iloysl Hawollstt Band, In con- 
cert, Mny l!U nntf week, nfternooiia nt the 
Clreek Tlientre. Berkeley ;_:_ eveiiltijts «r I'led- 



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lift. HI, esmc 'o exeelleiit reliims. noNelln 
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at (he Hem Thetitre will !>« Mended by .Lino 
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M. l/owrle, Ueo. Fisher and ('. Blou churd, 
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(irnnt, manaKera) "The Baal Widow Brown" 
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her tricks and throw her down in the mud. With difficulty she manages to es- 
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TABLE OF COJITEJIIS.. . _ 

1 — ■ Fabe. 

alls, CJIpver'i Anecdotes, F.tc ISO 

Anollo^llntdi. .30 

UM sTSlatr, Fred B. Hulchlnaon and Una.. 

K° HoteHnwa— Sketcli 4W 

OurLowloo Utter 430, .38 

tim i,a anrltt* 430 

le.lurw of tbe Weekly Sl]ow— maturations. . 431 

Tew JoolHo road ...;........ 433 

Qoerlea ansnrrt. .. 404 

35 CMcUO Ijfter 434 

cupper Poit Offlce 435 

Ob tje. Boajl..^..... 438.449 

.'.'.."43V. 438 

438 

438 

439. 440 

442 

442, 443 

443 

Under the Tenia 443 

Joe Weber'. New Programme 437 

Percy 0. miUa&ro In Boston 437 

TBBATBIOAL COBKB8PONDKKCK. 

Virginia • 430 

Oklahoma '430 

Maaaacnnaetts 433 

OblO 433 

B&xk Inland s 433 

Maryland. 433 

Indiana 433 

Intra 433 

LoDialana 434 

Tetaa 434 

PeDsarleaala 434 

Waanlngton 434 

District of Oolnmbl. 485 

nrenon 485 

Krattickj 435 

ClllxoraTs. 405 

Milne 435 

Vermont... 435 

Ktw York Slat. 1 440 

Tenneacee 440 

Minnesota.. 440 

Cdnnectleat 440 

Uiiada 419,440 

Colorado. 449 

Mlaconrl... I 438 

West Vlrllnla 

Wisconsin 

NSW Jersey ... 

SIKalna 

Ksnsaa 480 

lilipois. ....■■■ ..:... .:.:. 44a 

LATEST BY TEL EOBAPH. 

OUR SAN KRANCIHCO TELECHAM. 

<44Jan Francisco.-— At the Orpbeum, which 
Is located at tbe Chutes, the bill for week of 
Jura' 3 Includes : Hclplo Argencentl Trio, Fos- 
ter, wad Foster, tbe l'mncellas, Elizabeth 
Murray, Bailey and Austin Co., Kalberlnc 
Until, Canton and Wiiiard, Valerie Bergere 
and company, for the first time lo a sfclf, 
entitled r The Bowery Caxoille," and the new 
mitt too pictures. 

{Voted. — The Orpbeum management will be 
uirUI'ilHiiftl by next September on the Mouth 
bide of Ellis Street, between Fillmore and 
yttfloer. The uptown Orpbeum will occupy 
s lot mi) by 137 feet on Kills Street, and Its 
cost, cicluslvo of furnishings and stage At- 
i log*, will be $75,000. There will be plenty 
urTilts, and special attention will be paid to 
the ventilation. Tbe new house will seat in 
the neigh bo rtaood of 1,899 people. The stage 
wilt be 31 feet deep, and fitted with all the 
eff pot. for which the old playhouse was noted, 
The uptown Orpbeum will he occupied by 
Kept, in next, and here the vaudeville per- 
formances will take place 'till the greatei' 
Orpbeum building Is completed, probably 

about September, 11)07 J. J. Uottloh, 

formerly manager of the Columbia Theatre, 
In thin city, returned from his Eastern trip 
Way 23, and reports everything satisfactorily 
'arranged with bis principals — tbe managers 
In New York City. 

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gamtpiite Route Pit 

-JUL" ""'.J! »"" , « "» •■ a.arly ass. 
;■"••'»■/««■ P»Ml»Ie«o make. Hat 
•« T"«"i«le oonltlaw.. K laaa.r ia- 
a.Hloe ,la ta.1. departuaeat tie name 
5f.t" e *»••■»"* •»1»»*. •» wall aa the 

Acker A Collins. Davton, O.. 4-9. 
Adair A Dabn. luienoll Park. Dea Moines. !«.. 
. 4-fl; Forest Park, Kau*as City. Mo.. 1MB. 
Adelyu. BIJou. Plqua, O., 4-8; Beachwood Park. 

MajBTllle. Kj., 11-1(1. 
Adams a Mick, Olympic. 80. Bend, Iud.. 4-9. 
Adeiu. La. Lakeside Park, Akron, 0., 40. 
Audlun 4t Livingston, Orpbenai. .St. Fan), 4-n. 
Aheni A Baiter. Wonderland. Wichita. Kin.. 4-l>. 
Alllwa. Lyndale, Olentasgy Park, Q>lumboB, O., 

Althei Twins. Riverside Park. Montreal. Can. ,4-9. 
Alvln Broa., Young's Pier. Atlantic City, N. J., 

4-9; ttaMraitorV Atlantic City, 11-18. 
Alva, Alice. Lake Hliwatha, Mt, Vemon, O., 4-U: 

Falrvlew Park, Dayton. 10-18. 
Allen, Leon A Bertie, Orpbeum, Springfield. O., 

Almond. Top A Kdltb, Pastor's. N, Y, C.. 4J>. 

aim * Millar, Varieties, Oldham. Ena., 4-0: 
Tifo.Il. Barrow. 11-16; Soutbport. 18-23; Hud- 
dersfleld, 23 30; Hippodrome, LoodoD, July 2- 
Aog. 13. 

Aldo A Armour, Oak Grove Park, Waverly, N. Y , 

AHeni Ruth A Co., Proctor's 23d Street, N. t. 

C, 4 ». 
All« A Dalton. O. 0. H., Pittahurs, 49; Temple, 

Detroit, 11-18. 
Albefte A La Braot, Bijou, Bwkfotd, 111., 4-1); 

Viudctte, Chlcaao. 1 1 Hi. 
Aline, Mile., Family, Davenport, la,. 4-0. 
Alylti A Keaney. People'i, Park, EirtUlor Spriuss, 

Mo., 3-0; Alrdomc. Topeka. Kan., 101«. 
Amerlciu Trumpeter. (4). Family, Oloverartllc. 
. N. V., 4-0; Oten Haven Park, BoclKSter, 11-10. 
America., ^ew8bOJ^(• Quartette, O. H., Van Wert. 
.0., 7-0; Trocadero. Chlcaso, 11-1«. 
Autanti A Hartley. Dublin, Ire., 4<»; Uvemc-jl, 

Raa., Hid; Bradlord, 18-23; Blrmlnglum 25- 

Amoros SIsterH. Mliea's, BufTalo. 4-9. '' 
Aniltpaon A Raynolds. Grand. Michigan City, 

Ipd.. 4-0; Urutul, Peru, 11-10. 
Apdile's AuiuiaiM, Carnival, Bayonoe, N. J., 4 0: 

Potuvllle, Pa., 11-10. 
Arlington Oomedy lour, Park. Bayonne, N. J., 

4:0. 



The Snmnif-r Season Opens A nsuleiona- 

1 y nt Vnrliiiiri Polntl. 
tipri/Lat Dispatches to The New Yonic Clippeji. 
riwiLADiapiii.,, June :>. — "Matilda" had Its 
Initial performance, to a good sized limine, at 
tlie'Clrard Avenue Theatre. "Rosalie," In Its 
M-veuth «nd iiiini week, at the Chestnut, bad 
a Hoe house The bill at Keltb'a attract- 
ed 1 big crowds afternoon and night. .... .The 

Haltltnore Beauties, at tbe Trocadero; tbe 
•stock burlesque company, at the Bijou, and 



the Henry Hui'lesquere, at the Lyceum, all 

Bad bouses of one proportion* Dani- 

roach's Orchestra is drawing Immense crowds 



at Willow Urove Park Woodslde Park 

nud White City are also attracting blgcrowdV 

i.i.win.v June 5. — Musical attractions pre- 

iluinlnuted in Inst nifibt's openings, unci gocd 

avprage business ruled "Tlie Tourists" 

upL'UuU at the Mujeutlc. and lllchard Carle, 
lu "The Mayor of Toklo." started at the 
I'o-lunlal .... flurry Bulger continued at the 

Tremont, in "The 'Stan from Stow." 

"Tfic Mikado" wks presented by tbe opera 

company at the Castle Square Stock 

oIUh ^wore : "Tbe Private Secretary," at the 
Umpire, und "Duwn by tbe Sea," at tbe Bow- 
do in Square Vaudeville at Keith's, and 

■PTuck' burlesque at tne Palace and Lyceum, 

attracted good crowds Wonderland and 

Vorurobega l'ark* enjoyed big business on 
Sunday. 

(Jhicauo, June D. — Warm weather Sunday. 
at. White City, Klvcrvlew, Sans Soucl and 

Clmttis, drew crowds There are no 

clmngas down town this week The cur- 

mi bills Include : "The Lion and theMoiine." 
at. the Illinois ; "The Student King." at tbe 
Stuaobaker: "The Heir to the Hoorab." at 
Power** ; "The Prince Chap," ab tbe Orand ; 
"'l.be -Three Oraces," at the Chicago Opera 
IJouae; "Korty-flve Minutes from Broadway," 
at The Colonial; "Julie Bonbon," at the Usr- 
iitk; Williams and Walker, at tbe Great 
Northern; "The Gingerbread Man," at Mc- 
V likcr 1 ; "The Umpire," at the La Salle : 
"I lie Wedding March," at the Bush, and 
'•Resurrection" at the Columbus Vaude- 
ville,, at the Majestic and Olympic, and «ioik 
burlebuue at the Folly, Trocadero and lvj- 
Botrs. 

.'CiFfcixNATi, June S. — Great crowds at- 
tebded all tbe outing sports Sunday. Con- 
way ■ itbuca Band gave concerts at tbe Zoo. 
......Vaudeville uttracted at Cheater Park, 

Ludlow Lagoon aud Coney Island. 

•feu tb villi,, June 5.— Fontaine Ferry Park 
waf crowded ail day Sunday, notwlthatand- 
ing'tne Sunday law was In force, Tbe vaude- 
ville attraction was largely patronized. 

.,;,. +«* 

Jut* Wrhrr'i New Prtiarraitimr. 
Joe' Weber offered a handsome programme 
Friday, June 1, which will be continued 
negt yeation, and of Which we have Juat 
received a copy. .It la a beautlfi.1 example 
of the printers and designer'.* art, and Is 
sure to please the audiences. It Is clean, 
neat, artistic, well arranged and interesting 
ip 'every sense of the word, a notable feature 
btlng the presentation of the full cast on 
the ceptre page, wblch will do away, to a 
great extent, with the nutaance of turning 
pages during the performance. 

4*» 

■Percy «-. WlllUm* In BoatOM. 

•Percy O. Williams announced, June '£, that 
he 1 haVI lecured poseesalon of tbe Empire Tbe- 
«t|rf, Boston, snd will present nla blgb claus 
vlu.de> I lie there. It waa formerly the Bos- 
tdn Music Hall. It la also rumored that 
hf'ba'd secured a house In Newark, and tbat 
Oscar, Hum in em to In bad obtained control of 
«v theatre In I'lilladelphla. 

■,.!■-- .» »■» 

B U- F. Ketchuu. wbo for the paat three 
BHiona baa been playing leads with AngelPa 
Comedians (Northern), has Joined tbo Lewis 
Stock Co., under canvas, for tbe Summer. He 
has' n engaged with Mr. Angell for mt ws- 



ArmtlU. Grace. Park. Pern, lnd., 4-9; Family, 

Sioux City, la., 11- hi. 
Arthur A OcKimes, BIJou. Norfolk. Va,. 4-t>. 
Asra, A. W.. Ponce De Leon Cattloo, Atlanta, Ga., 

4-0. 
Ashley, LUiisit, Keith's. Clevetind, 4 1>. 
AuatlnB, ToKr*lng. Avon Park. Young.towu. O., 8-9, 
Austin, Claude. Unique. Mlnneapotl*. Minn.. 4-0; 

Bijou. Dulatb, 11-16. 
Auullim. Grout. Lakeside Park, Ainu, »>., 4 II ; 

Pour Mile Creek, Erie, Pa.. 11-18. 
Avolim. Miulcal (O, Keith'.., Cleveland. Ml. 
Hanln, P'our. Victoria. S. Y. U.. 4-0. 
Bailey A Austin. Chutes; Ht.11 Fran., Cal,, 4 1< 
Hni ley A Pickett, Holltvood Park, Baltlmure, 4-9. 
Barlo k l.nfTerty. Moure's. Portland. Me., 4t>. 
Baker. Will Carlton, Crystal, Toledo. 4-tl. 
Barry. Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy, Young's Tier. Atlantic 

City, N. J.. 4-9. 
Bartcb, Dellfilit. Albainbra, N. V. 0.< 4-0- 
Barnes A htockwell. PaHtor'N, N. V C. 4-tl. 
Hririmlilrt DdgM A Cuts. Albainurs, N. V. G.. If. 
Barnes. Paul, I'roctor's Wd St.. N. Y. C. <■». 
Barrett. Geo:. <lri>beum. St. Paal. it) 
Bnmt-H A T.i'tIiih, Grand, Tsi-ooiu, Wssh., 4-9; 

Parlor, Kveretl, 11-11). 
Burnet a i;«l»'liih, Terre Haute, lud., 4<9; Lyric, 

Joplin. Mo., 10-lfl. 
Bates. Ix>ule W„ Novelty, Oakland, Cat., 4-9. 
llnjnlcr I.h Velle Trlii, Koiest Park. KaiirtaH City, 

Mo., 3-9. 
BHTlleltK. Musical. Atbol. Mass., 4 9; Ho ag Lake, 

WoonHovket, it. I., 11-10. 
HiiirifYK CI). Kiilauirizixi. Mich., 40; Battle Cieek, 

11-16. 
Burrows. Ji f t.k- A Willie. Temitle. Detroit, Midi., 

4-9. 
Bailey. Ondieuiu, SI. Pan), 4-9. 
Ball A Sargent. Forest Park.. Utile Rock, Ark., 

4-9. * 

Barlows, Breakaway, Klvsnlde Park. Montreal, 

C«n. P 4-0. 
Bujes, Nora, Olyniplc, Cblcago, 4-9. 
Baker, Pete. Olympic. Chicago, 4-9. 
Bedim A Arthur, Temple Detroit. Hlcb.. 4-V. 
R«rry A Berry, Han Soucl. CbtcaKu, 10-16. . 
Be'Auos, The, Htreet By. Park, Dhanwklii, Pa., 

4-t*. 
HeKort, May, Keith's, N. Y. C, 49. 
ikTtlmi A Bnx-kivar. Proctor's TMl ntreet, N. Y. 

<: . 4-9. 

Beecher & May. Kleln'a Park. Westport, Hd.. 4-9. 
Berry A Mottcuk, Ouvernator's, Atlantic City, N. 

J.. 4-9. 

ter, Be.. 

!<rootor'i. Newark, N. J., 11-16. 
lkrtrvr Bros., Forest Park. Little Bock. Ark.. 4-0. 
Behtere Sisters. Cedar Point, Sati'lu-ky, O. ;i I.) ; 

liunnMiii. Urauil Ilanlds, Mich., 10-1U. 
BefKere. Valerie, A Co., Chutes, San Fran., Cal., 

4-9. 
Bersac's Circus, Victoria, N. Y. C, i-u. 
Blimey & CIimiumui., I'lilill|>ri, Blcbiutiud, lnd., 4-9. 
BIJou Comedy Four.' Carnival. Bayonne, N. J., 4-9. 
Bijou Circus, Carnlvsl, E. Oranae, X. J., 4-9. 
Blmni, Ilinon., B-r-r-r, Blittanla Park. Ottawa, 

nia* 



Can., 4-9. 
0CK.0111 k. I 



. Proctor's. Newark. N. J., 4-9. 



itt.'.i.ni. Arthur A Mildred, Keith's, 1'blla., 4-V; 

0. O. II., Pittsburg, 11*16. 
Bowers, Walters A Crocker, Ileuderwm'a, Couey 

Island, N. Y., 4-9. 
Bolter. Harry, A Oo„ Farm, Toledo, O., 3-9 ; 

YoiiiiK«to-Ai.. 1I-1G. 
Bootliluck Qimrtctte Oriitloal, Cbestei- Park, Cin- 
cinnati, lit; Fsriu, Toledo, O., 10-10. 
Bryant A Siwllle, Wovdlawn, Ashland, Pa., 11- 

16. 
Brady &. Hamilton, BIJou. Daveuport, lu., - ■!•-. 
Brlnkleya, The, Rye Beaelt, Rye, S. Y.. 4-9. 
RriHtf«?nif. 'Hi.'. Pw-k. Bayonne, N. J., 4-0; B. A 

».. V. X. O., 11-M). 
Brlttons. The, Crystal Palace. I^loilg, tier., 4- 

15; MOSCOW. Rum.. US- July 111. 
Hwtjst Trio, IMttHvllie. Pa., 4-0. 
Itietttiuy. L-ouUe, Iitgersoll Pitrk, ties Moines, la., 

a-o. 

Brooks, Jeanne. Chester Park. Chu-luiiutl, lU-IO. 
Brown A Wlltnot, Auditorium, Brandou, Can., 

4-0. 
Brati. Selnii. Victoria, N. Y. c. 4-9. 
Bruwnldg, Mr, A Mrs., oteeplecbawe Pier, At- 
lantic City. N. J.. 4-9, 
Bmwn A UcloTcc, Roblnaon Park. Ft. Wayne, 

lnd.. 49. 
Brown, Jack. A Lillian Wright. Lake Mninitc, 

Uxbrldse, Mass,, 4-9; Brookslde Park, Athol, 

11-16. 
BiiKch Kiitnlly. Aenlome, Topcka, Kan., 4-9; Crys- 

IhI Park Heditlla Mo., 11-19. 
Rtirkes, Jasgllnir. Acme. Sacranieato, Cal:, 4-9. 
Burkes. Tbt, Keith's, Phlla.. 4 -P. 
Burton's Uoge, Riverside Park, Montreal, Can , 

4-0. 
Bnch Bros., Guvernator'a, Atlantic City, N. J., 

4-1). 
BBBklrk A Rk-b, Nnnley's Casino, North Beach, 

N. Y., 4-9; Erh's Casino, .North Bcacb, 11-16. 
Huckeye Trio. Dlymplc, Bo. Beud, lad., 4-9; 

International. Chicago, 11- hi. 
Burton A Rankla. Forest Park Mt. Uiuls, 4-10. 
Ilurton & Burton. HtunJard, Bt. l/juh. ;to. 
Bi.eki.er. Apollo. Number $, t.'er . 4-311 ; Ambai- 

sadeur, Buekurest R».u., Julv 1-111. 
Burke & L'rllne. CrjHtal. Frankfort. lnd., 1-9. 
IMilw.irtti t Wiiit-, orphenm, Wthh city, Mo., 8- 

9: Lyric, Muikogee, I. T M 10-16. 
Carl Brm., Crj'tieum. Boise, Ida... 4-0. 
Cim;i. Edwin. Coney Inland, Cintlnnatl, 4-9. 
Cisad & Dc Vrrae, Dayton, 0., 4-10. 
Curtraell A Reed, Coney Iitland, ClnclnnNtl, 4-9. 
Carlos. 011-4. , Orrln Bros.*,. Meilco.. 4- to. 
Cite Farallr. Cryital. Milwaukee, 4-0. 
Carroll A Clark.?, Lyric Park, Muskogee, 1. T., 

4-0. 
Cilvlo, j»s.. Denver, Col., 4-9. 
Cameron, Grace. 0. O. H-, Pittibari- 4-9] 

Ketth'i. N. Y. C-. 11-10. 
Cameron A Toledo, Tumbling Dim Park, Bridge- 

too. N. J., 4-9. 
Carr A Jordan. O. O. H., Plttatmrg. 4-9. 
Carr A Und, OleoUngy Park. Colamtma. 0>„ H-9, 
Ciprlce, Lynn A Fay, Orrcbenn, Los Angeles, 

Cat., a-t». 

Carlllo. Leo, Young's Pier, Atlantic City, N. J., 

4-9, 
LimlUe Trio, Victoria. N. Y. C, 4-9. 
Caldwell 4 Wenlwrortb, ■ ralsce, Boaloo, II 10. - 



Carr. Mar;. Bijou. Norfolk, Va.. *■«. 
Urou A Herbert, Uoora'a, Portland, Me., i '>. 
Carton A Millard. Cbutea. Sin Fran., Cat. II'. 
UrdoWDke Sinter*. Street By. Park, Bbuuiokiu, 

Pa., 4-».- 
Carroll. Mabel, Empire, 8t. Paul, 4-9. 
Case. Chairlle. Keith's, Phlla,, 49; tl. O. 11., 

rittsbui-f. li-is. 

Ckrlctou. At.. Keith's, Phlla.. 4 9; Kelt!.',, N. Y. 

,4J„ 1I1U- ■ 
Chluqullla, Prlucess. H. A 8., N. Y. C,. 4-«." 
Cherry A Sates, Luni Park. Jobostown, Pa., 4-9, 
Cheater. Mile.. Keith's, N. Y. C, 4-9. 
Cbailwkk Trio. Casino, Norfolk, Vs., 4-0; Besei- 

▼olr Park. Richmond, ll-io: . 

Chandler. Anna. Paator's. N, X. C. 4-9. 
Charles. Ctrl. Vinewood Park, Topeka, Kan., 3-h; 

Alrdoine, Kinperla. 11-16. 
Clilhturx. Oraec nod Dog, Pa.tor'a. N. I. 0., 111(1. 
Cliexley, Herbert H„ A Co., Bllou, Bay City. 

Clarke, tjllte, Atlantic Uardeo, N. Y. C, 4-9. 
Clay A Lester. Acme, Norfolk, Va., 4 u. 
Clifton, r.tiicl. A Co., Moon's. Portland. Me.. 4-n. 
CillTord A Burke, Orpbeum, Los Angeles, Cat, 4- 

Clarke, Marie. Lagoou, I.udlow. Ky.. 4-9. 

Clark. Duncan, 8an Wouct Park, Chicato. S-9; 

Park. Michigan City, lnd., 10-16. 
Clark A Temple . Winnipeg, Man.. 4-9. 
Conataullne Hltiters. Victoria. N. Y. C 4-0. 
Cocrtlelfb. Win., A Co., Majestic, Chicago, 49. 
Uoahlao. Rone, A Co,. Keltl/s. Phlla., 4-9. 
Colutnbla four, Canton, 0...49; XonogsluwD, 11- 

16. 
Corbley. tan., ¥., Washington Park, Bayonue, 

8. J.. 11.16. 
Coleman dlstern. Olyinulc, Chh-HKO, 4 9. 
t'oates, Sunflower. A Co., Farm, Toledo, 4-9. 
Coyne Bros.. Olympic. Chicago, 49- 
Corwey, Ferry, Colonial, N. Y. C, 4-9. 
Colllos A Hart, Victoria, N. Y. C 4-9. 
Con key. Clever, Majestic. Chicago, 4-9. 
Culn's Do|rs. Ram on h. (Irauit Rapiils. Mlcti., ;ih, 
Cook A Mullwoii, Keltb'a, Clevelsnd. 4-9. 
Cooke A Hiss Rotbcrt, Moss at Utoll Tour, Ent- 

lantl, 4 July :t'i. 
Conlon JL HH.Uugs, Uratlot Park. Dunkirk, N. Y.. 

1-0. 
Couture A Ulllette, Albaubra, N. Y. . 4-9. 
Collins A La Belle. Cedar Point. Sandusky. 0.. :.,». 
Colonlsl Sentette, Ye. Woolivorlh, l>aucaster, P»., 

4-9; Proctor's. Troy, N. Y-, 1119, 
Coyne, Urace, ERcanaha. Mich., 4-6. 
QtmfVto. Fred. Pastor's. N. Y. C, 4-9. 
Cree; Jeuilca. Keltb'a. Pblla., Il-U. 
Craven, The, Uenderson'e, Coney Island, N. Y.. 

4-9. 
Crawford A Manning. Pastor's, N. Y. C-. 4-0. 
Curtis, Net!. Auditorium. Parkcrsburg, W. Va., 

4-9 ; Orpbeum, Mansfield, O.. 11-10. 
Ciiriirolnir* A Ttiornlon, Woodlawn Park, Lairabe. 

Pa.,T-». 
Cunnlnghim A Smith. Ivland Park, Brliigelon, N, 

J., 4 9; Pastor'a, N. Y. C. 11-10. 
Cullen, Jis. M.. Moks A Mtolt Tour, EualaDd. 
Darts. R Richard. Hherbrooke,' Can., 4-9. 
rtirniudy. I'alncc. Bosloii. 4-9. ' 
Dair, Mile.. Chester Park, Cincinnati. 4-9. 
iMvenpoit. Una. Oruiid, Peru. Iud., 4 9; Oraud, 

lluntlngtoti, Il-ID. 
Davis. Liuru, fcHiellpot Park, V/lluilugtou, Del., 

4-9. 
pHgwell. Aurle. Alhatolira. N. Y, 0„ 49. 
• Mil. K .. ili nine. Chutes, Hmii Fiau., Oal., 4-9. 
Hell A Fonda, BIJou. Murluetle. Wis., 4-U. 
De Wilt, Hums, A Torrance, Tlrull, Cine Totvn, 

V, A., I -.Inly 14. 
Dvveau, Hubert. Olcntaugy Park. Columbus, u., 

i-B; Cascade Park, New Oastle. Pa.. 11-16, 
Dervnda A Oreeii. Mobh A Stoll Tour, Kni. 
He Vau Broa., U)yin|ilc. ChlttiKu. 4-9. 
lis- Haven Sextette, Ycjuu.'b l'ler. Atlantic City, 

tV J.. 4-0. 
'..»(■ Mnv.-h ft Parker, Pi-octur's, Newark. N. J., 

4-9. 
Llelmar. Orpbeum. Dsventiort. la., -1-10. 
DcltifrclH A Ullssando, Riverside Park, Moutrenl, 

Can., i-!>. 
Xh iMtu, Mile-. White Clly, Chicago. 1-9. 
Lh-ery A 1 rands. Young's Pier, Allsutlc Clly, 

N. J„ 4 9. 
Dervlit, Jat. T., Ben'n, Ktcauntxi. Mich.. 4-9. 
l>nleii, Diive. RIJou, Calumet, Mich., *9; BIJou, 

MsKtuL-ttc, 11 Hi. 
lie. Luceys. Two Duiiciog. spring Brook Caslitn, 

Mo. Beud, lnd.. 4 9; Rotiln.on Park. 1't. Wayne, 

11 -in. 
Do Bilker's Dogs, Paterson, N. J., 4-9. 
LH' Foretts. The. Crystal, Ht. Joseirh, (Mo, 4-9. 
He 'Mtltha, The, Fsjjsj Dc Leon Ouslno, Atlanta, 

tin.. Ill 
Uel-M-l*liuiic. Pco|ile*a Park, Leavenworth, Kali., 

til: Crystal Park. Bedalla, Ho., 11-16. 
UlerlikM iW., Wnnderlnnl Park. Wichita, Km., 

;i-9. 

Dlnle Hereunder*, Heuder-on'a, Couey Islaad, N. 

Y.. 4 9. 
niton a Fields. Rofriiiftou Park. Ft. Wayne, lnd., 

4-9; Park, Muskegon, Mich., 11-ltl. 
I)l*rtiou<t A Hnilth. Keith'*, N. Y. !'.. 4-tl. 
Dllla & Tcnipletou. KurlV, Pueblo. Col., 4-0. 
Dockray, Will, iti.-.-k Springa, K. Liverpool. O., 

Don, iiiv.nm. Witrrlnaion, Hog., 1-9; Bradfonl. 11- 
141; Wf.-tt Hartlenoo!. 113-30 ; Leeds, July 2-7. 

Dursrh A RiiKiell. Oletidnle l'ark. Nushtille. Tenu., 
4-0; Ocean View Cailno. Norfolk, Va., 11-10. 

Don A Thompson, Mujeatlc. Chicago, .4-9. 

Bunliiirs, Four CaKtlng, Luna Park, Coney Island, 
N. Y.. 4-9. 

Unas' Band, Dominion Purk, Montreal, Cao.. 1-U. 

Karte, Mr. A Mrs, lUny, Pumlly, Helena. M011., 
4-9. 

Kurly A Lale. Lyric Park, e}o. Mi.-Ale.ter. I. X, 
101O. 

llartliriuibtv Billy, Olympic. Chicago, 4 9. 

Hckel A Warner, Gleunaveti Park, lUK'tiesler, N. 
Y., 4-0. 

l-;dw«rdi' Mchool Boyi and Olrls, U. O. U., Pitts- 
burg, 4-0. 

lid ward A Co., A. A H.. Boutou, 4-9. 

Eddy, Arthur, ICIyslan unive, Tucson, Aria., 3- 
8ept. 17. 

Kdua. Mile.. Moore's, Porllaud. Me.. 49. 

r.dimmd A Hculy. BIJou, Calumet. Mlcli.. 4 9. 

r-ltliige. Julian, Palace, London, ting., 4-10. 

Bltuo, Pete A Allle. Cryiitsl. fat. Joseyb, Mo., 4- 
10. 

i;i.Irljgc. Hubt, BIJou. Duluth, Mluu.. 4-V. 

t;i tun, Ham, Muss k Hloll Tour, Kugland. 

Elite MusIchI Four, Youug'H Pier, Atlantic City. 

.V. Ja, 4-9. 

blU'vorltu. Four, Athletic Park. Kokonio, lnd.. 



Emperors of Musk- (4|, Forest Park, tit. Louts, 

a-18. 

Euitdre Cuuiwly Four, Mws 4c Stoll Tour, rjngiaiiil, 

4-Auuj. II. 
I.ngllnh ItosL'tiuds, O. II. Hucrauienti), Cal., !>-i»; 

Novelty, gtocktou. 11-16. 
Kugleton, Nan, & Co., Atlantic City, N. J., 4-U; 

Balto, Mil.. 11-10. 
Urnle A Honeger. Crvslal, Milwaukee. 1-9. 
iiv«im, Harry, Ilendersoti's, Cbucy Islaud. N. Y., 

4-0. 
Kvaos. Llixle, 4. Co., Olyniplu, Cklcaiio. 4-0. 
liTsna. C, lA-rtlk- * Co., (jSuveroatora, Atliutlc 

Clly, N. J-, 4-0. 
Mveya, lieu. W,. Park. Pueblo, Col.. 1 Hi. 
Uvnus Hitters, Idora Park, Youugstowri, o„ 4-9. 
lCvans. Ucnry, Hendersoa's, Coney Island. N. Y-, 

4>9. 
UveretU. The, 'iuverua tor's, Atlantic Clly, N. J., 

4-9. 
KipOaJltton Four. Majestic. Cliicago. 49- 
Fanlss (2). Dreuuland. Couey Island, N Y., 4-9, 
Kartell* Orcheatra. Keith's. Boston, 4-9. 
Farley, James A Bonnie, Hontguioery, Ala., 4 u ; 

Blrnilogbam, U-16. 
Kayi, Tbe. White City. Chicago. 4-9. 
Falsnli., Upokanv, Wash.. 4-9; Htar, Beattle, 11- 

Jnly T. 
Fartmni. Bud, Trio. Fair View Park. Dsytou, 0.. 

4-9; Like tilde Park. Akron, 11 -10. 
FajH. The. Alhiunura, M, Y. C. 4-9. 
Ferieros. Keith's. I'hlla., 4-0 ; Kvlth'a. N, Y. C 

11-10. 
Kerjuwo A Pattuiore, Caalno Park, Kslaaaxuu, 

Slk-li.. 3-9. 
Keririis'io A Mack, Palace, Aberdeen, Wr.it.. 4-9; 

Lyric, Liverpool, Kng., 11-16; Ktnptre, nir- 

nilfiutiaru. Id-'Ht. 
FeruBtide-Muj Trio, Cm.'n Pirk, I>-t^»ille, 

lad., 4-9; Alamo Park, Cedar Rapkls, la„ II- 

Itt. 
Fergttaon A Beetou, Athletic Park. New Orleans, 

4-9; Forest Park, Little Rock, Ark.. 11-19. 
Perry. M'ouderland Park. Wichita. Kan., 40. 
Ferrla-Wlley Trio. BIJou. Laming, Mich.. 4-9. 
Fields and llnnnon, Los Angeles, Cal.. 4-9; Haa 

niego, 11-16. 
Fisher, Mr. A Mrs. Perkins. Keltb'a, N. Y. C, 4- 

9; Keith's. Boston, 11-10. 
PleUa. Nettle. Rmplre, Dei Holnea, la., 4-9, 
Flatters. Tbe. Bllou, Dulntb. Ulnn., 4-9. 
Fields, W. C Keith's, Phlla., 4-0. 
Finlay A Burke, Temple. Detroit. Mich., 4-9. 
Fields, Will H-, Falrvlew l'ark. Dailou, 0-, 3-0; 

Lakeside Casiuo. Akron. 10-10. 
Flenen A Hitler, Park, HutcbtOkon, Kan., 4-9: 

lark, Liop-jrli, PI- 10. 



k'lMk-r A JolniM.ii, HuckMn'*. Klkliarl. Iud., 4-9. 
FleiTi'ttr Hhtera CI), Raimoa, Urand Raulds, 

-MK'b., nil, 
Ftoi.-l Hro... Kcitli'a, Boston. 4-9. 
Fast*. Mlldn-J. BIJuu Park. Dubuuue. la., 4-9; 

Itun-molt Park, lies Moines. 11-10. 
Vlyan, Knrl, Electric Park, Kansas Clly, Mo., 4- 

Flolv k Duna. Pastor's, N. \. C. 4-9. 

Fond Buu 1. Broa., Cascade Park, New Castle, 

Pa., 4 9. 
Ford SI « tern A hnttberv, Keith's, N. Y, C. 49. 
Fox A Hughes, Utakna Park, Halt Like City, U., 

■ 4 9. 
Kotitlurlle, Mysterious. Creen's 0. II.. Cedar Kttp- 

hls. la. :il>; Uaiiuhiu'a Park. St. I^ouls, 10-16. 
lo-tt-r X Foster, Chutes, Baa Fran,, Cat-, 4-9, 
rasa A Iiarc. Fontaine Ferry Pari. LouUvlHe, 

Ky., 3ft; Esst Bud Park, Memphis, Tenu., 

1'rlrae Bn«.. BIJon. U Crowe. Wli.. 4-9. 
rro»to & Harvey, Km;iln-. Alchisou, Kan., 4-9; 

ConMtv. Okla. city. Okla.. 1110, 
Frank, M.irTelous k Bob. Orpbeuiu. Los Angvl--j. 

Cal.. 4-R; ClintM. Han Fran.. 11 -an. 
Froslnl. F. O., Forest Park, Kansaa City, Kan.. 

IP; Ingcrvoll Park. Det Motttes. la., 10-16. 
KtauccllaH. the, Chutes, Ban Fran.. Cal.. 4-9. 
KreiKh. l.illlau. (Jymimse, Montreal, Can.. 4-9. 
tlanlner A Hadderu. Casino. Toledo, U.. ni>. 
Uardner A Stoddard. Auditorium. Lynn. Uass., 

4-S; Wsulwortli. Lancaster, Pa.. 11-10. 
Cats* A Nelson, Blverslde Park. Moutreal, Can.. 

4-U. 
Uurdiier A Revere, (Irntul, Marlou. Iud., 4-9; 

Olympic, Chlcagn. 11-16. 
('••smati. Jownhlnc, Spring Un»ve Park, fliirluy- 

SE o.. 4-9. 

<1nyl«r, Boliby. A Co.. H. A S.. N. Y. C 4 9. 
Oaraon, Marlon, llainoiia, nrstsl Ilapkla, Midi.. 

.1-9. 
(Jarnrllas. The. BIJou, La Cmsac.. Wle., 4-9. 
tlnndy. Clark (1.. Spring On-ve Cislno, boring- 

aelit. U.. 4-9: Ukevlew Park. Dayton. 11-1(1. 
tiaridle Hro».. Young's, Atlantic Clly, N, J., 40; 

Pantor's. V. Y. C. 11-16. 
UnylorU, Boiiulc, Fontaine Ferry Park, I^oola- 

vllle. Ky.. 1 1 - 10. 
Hap A Fraaer, Oak Orova Park, Waverly, N. Y„ 

Hoylor' A CrarT, Attnutlc tlardcn, N. Y. C, 4-0. 
l.tivln A Plntt. Spring Lake Park, Trenton. N. 

J.. 4-9; Street Ry. Park, Hhamokln, Pa.. II 111. 
Mar. & IVallers. U'onona BeacN, Bay Cllv, 

M|i'h., 4ii; Itlrersldo Park, Hailnaw. ll-til. 
tiertrude. Ulna., eJo.ift.er Park, Montreal, Can., 

ML 
N.'iiki-i. A Bnlley. CuluulU. N. Y. t).. 4-9. 
Ulltuore k Cnrnill, Crystnl. Detmlt, Mlcb., 4-9; 

aWptw 11. II. Alle.siidrla, 1ml., 11-10. 
Oil.. Nsl, Uprlng Lake Park. Treuton. N. J., 

4*0. 
t'illleji, Tou. Atlilellc Park. RufTulii. 4-9. 
Ollhngwjter. Claude. A Co., Temple. Detroit, 

MIcTi., 4 11 
Clllen: 1; iiiic, Chester Park, Cincinnati. 4-0. 
Ulbsoii. 01 ih. ft Knlhorlne, Crystsl, Ht. Jontpn, 

Mi.-.. -1-ia. 
tlllror. Hnynes A Mnutiroinery. Aiiiue, Dacrauiento, 

Cal., -I-U; Novelty. Utocklou. 11-10. 
Ollllhun A I'errv, Olympic. Chicago, 4-9. 
(•itanu Troupe, UHMtri fianlen. Canton. 0.. 49. 
Ole.nroy line.. BIJon. I'hlla., 4-9. 
OlftiiKtiii, John A Berths, A Fretl llsullban, Hhen'a, 

OtuYalo, 4-9. 
"(ilWte of Deslli, White City. Syracuse, N. Y., 

4-9: Proctor's. Allstny. 1116. 
Clenroy Bros.. BIJou, rtilis., 4-9. 
Cottloh. Mr. ft Mrs.. Hijtui, LIikwIii. Neb.. 4 9; 

Crrstul. Deliver. II in. 
Cordon A Chanou, IliiNCM. X. V Hi. 
Uuldjui A Huglies, Atlaiillc Harden, N. I, C., 

Oreetie A Werner. Victoria. V. Y. C. 4 9. 

Oreen Hni™., lllJiHi. Winnipeg. On., 4-9. 

UrotH, *Vtn„ Umpire, lies Moines, la., 4-9; O, U., 

, 'iii.t,... lit., 



Jubanrion A King. Orpbenai. St. .'aid. 4 f>. 
Jupiter Hnw . trtenisngj l'ark. Coluinhtis. l».. lift, 
Kallnnvntkl Bros.. Atlantic Carden. .N. Y. 0.. 4-9. 
Kate* Bros., Farm. Toledo, 0.. a-9; Ulcntaiigy 

Park. Coluuibiia. 11-10. 
Kane, Leonard. Keith's. Pklla., 49. 
Kariuts, Feratrl's. Brlglituti Bcacb, N. Y., 3' 

Jul* SI. ' 
Ksurtnan Trouiic, Olympic, Chkaio. 4 U. 
Kaiitodil A Tour. A. A »., Boston. 4-0. 
Kalacratus, White Clly. Chicago. 4-0. 
Kader, Ab Hul. Prooior's, Newark. N. J.. 4-9. 
Keuna. Chains, Oriikum, SprlnifleM, 0., 4-9. 
Keno. Wsluli ft Stelrose. Orpheuoa, Lou Angeles, 

Cal.. 4-U. 
KentOU A Lowslno. t'ryittil. St. Juoet.li.Alo., 1-9. 
Kelly. Waller C, Keltli*-, ,\\ Y. C, 4ft7 
Kelly, Hum k Ida. Crystal. Wabasb, lnd., 4-9. 
Kmywi k ttf 1.8M1111. Royal. Montrral, Can,, 4 tl. 
Kennedy 1 * IVllkein., Altaiitlc City. N. J.. 4..1. 
Kherna £ Cole. Spring Brook Park. Sa Bend, 

lnd.. 10- Itt. 
King. Mr. A Mrs. Hum. Htautun Park, Steuben- 

vlYle. 0., 4-0. 
Klpllngs iS), Sheedy's, r'all Ithrr, Mass., 4-0. 
Klngxley A LewlN. RoHi'Vllle, III., 7 u. 
Kltsbanta .lsp*>. Victoria. N. Y. 0-, 4-0. 
Kternan, .Is- A.. Sura's. ButTalu, 4-9. 
Kli'ln A Clifton. Poll'-. New Hsoen, Conn., 4 9, 
Klein. Ott Brirs. ft Nicholson. ItPnriorson's, Coufy 

1-laud. N. V.. 4-11. 
Klein A Klein. Oodiruy 'h, llraiid Rspllts, Mlrb., 

4-9; Caslai. Park, KalsmHaoo, 11 10. 
Klelst, Mu*lcal. Olympic. Ctib-aio, 19. 
Kunure A Chaplain,' Sirs"**. Kokorao, lull., 4 9; Or 

phcuin. t'uliiRibux. Il-lll. 
Kojipe A K.i,.,n\ Sii-cpliHliHw Pier, Atlaulic tlltv, 

N. J., 4D 
Kuhlcr A (Mitriuu. Thuyvr'a Park. Amsterdam. N. 

Y.. 4 9. 
tinditrl'* Dugs. Iloiidemm'*, Coney IhIhimI, N. Y„ 

4-9. 
KnrtU k Biisne. Wimlwcrth, LuitCKsler, Pa-. 4 9, 
t.;i Tour. Irene. H rook Hilt' Purk, Athol, Mas*., 

4-n: HlHcplechaMe Pier. Atlantic Clly, N. J., 

11 HI. 
La Clair ft Went, llollywood Purk, Baltimore. 4-9; 

Park Wind Hap, Pa., Il-lfl. 
U I'liie. t'liiih-,. RHiHi, Norfolk. Va.. 411. 
I.;iwn-n.i' ft UiirrlMUluii. ii. O. II., 1'lttslvurjt- 4-0, 
:,« Mate Bros. CD. Henderson's. Cnury Island, 

N. Y.. 4-U: Proernr's. Newsi-k, N. J., Hill. 
I.niky-Rolf* (Jiitnlvtle, Prorlur's !t..d St., N. Y. 

C, 4-U. 
Uwler. Mlchsel, I lib IVanl, Wliiulii,i..it, Del., 

II 1(1, 
l.siubert A Pierce, Plnrliurst Park, Wnrcwter. 

Mass.. 4-f*. 
I.Hwrcm-o. I'cle, Hutilliern Pi-.vk. PIHaliurg. Ill; 



UJIuton. Il-lil. 
4'ra>. R*\, Miwre's. Portlsml. Me., 4-9. 
Oratlt. S|ilm".v. AIHH.nl.r-, N. V P.. 4-9. 
UUfjb The. Cryntal. Toledo. (I.. 1-9, 
Hall, Frank, Farm. Toledo, ()., 4-9; Oleulangy 

Park. Columbus, 11-16. 
Harcourt, Krank. Kuxon's, CHil'sgo, 4-9. 
Harris, t'has,, Hniis KiiiinI, t^lik-sgo, 4-9. 
Kaaly, CUs-., t:rjHtst, Klkhart. Iud.. 4-lt. 
Harti- Willie A F^tltli,, 1;. I). IL, I'lttsburg, 40; 

trtrntang) Purk, Colmiitnin. *).. 11-16. 
lluymaii At FrHiiklln. Allitimlns, llrlrlitoii. i:n.-., 4- 

U; Koinlre (Clsptninil, London, 11-10; Hlsr 

i.lleruiondsey). London. IK-S3 1 Empire (IhIIiiv- 
; 'Mb). l.oadoii. Stl-JIO: Diicliex-. Loudoii. July S-7. 
Iliiyii. Kd. i'., Lnkenlde l'ark, Akron, 0., 4 ; Four 

Mile Park. Kris, 11-14, 
llarrlM-HPiiuregarde A' Co.. Oakwood Park, 'Pllts- 

bbrg. Pa., 4-9. 
Ilurrey. l-:;«ii', Urand, X. Y. C. 49. 
Hnt'.iiiioii A Wiley, MIJuu, Kewaiiee, 111.. 4-9; 

Or.ind. Hllmuukee. Wis., i I hi. 
Hairy A IturiT, LskeitMe Park, Dayton, 0., 11-9) 

■Inoiils. (JoliimlKis, 11-10. 
HiijKKnl. I'onnij' ft HaywaM, Forest Park, Ht, 

-IrflUls. 8#1 Fvrrst Park, Kmita. Clly, 11-1*1. 
Ilarcourl. Dnlur, Wuolwoitli. Lsnsistcr, Pa., 4-9: 

Mectrli- Park. HsIHiuore. 11-16. 
HsM'kriuwk Trio, 0, IL, Delpboi, O. 6; Vsn 

Vert. T-9; Cliff Hide Csslno, Ashlsud. Ky.. II 

10. 
Hureiusn'ii Auluinls, liigeraoll Park, Ilea Mulucs, 

Ia„ :- » 
llcliis. Laurelling Billy, 1'aalsiig Park, Hsrrlnbiirn, 
' Pa'.. 4-0, 

IlcftiellFH. Tin', Alcsiar, Drover, 0ol„ 4-rJeut. 1. 
Hettlow. Mnrlc. Uryatal. Detroit, 4-9. 
Ilerlwrl & Itosem. Weiiunu Park, lla.v City, Midi., 
1 49: Klter* Ide Park. Ksglusw. 11-10. 
Beam, Clark A Frunklln, Crystal, PaeMu, Col., 

4 0. 
Herald Kiiusre Quartette, Ponee De Leon Park, 

Atlantu. Us.. 4-9; Kloctrlc Park, Montgomery, 

Ala., ll-io. 
Berwood. Creat, , Forest Hill Park. Manchester, 

Va., 4-MI. 
Henry ft Frauvll, Keith's, N. V. ('.. 4-0. 
Ileuuians, MHrveliHis {'■'<. LafsyetU", Buffalo, 4 0. 
lUljnisn. Ceo.. Hljou. Lmihlng. Ml.-li.. 4 11. 
Hills A Vfllson, Uemlerioii'i. Coney IhlHml, N. Y , 

4-0. 
lltniiiiui, Capt. HldaWy, Al Fresco Park, Psus, III., 

"■■yew . 
'abatd,, 11 11. 
Hlubluiids en, bagonii. Ludlow. Ky.. 4-9. 
HlT.ebr.10d A Vivian, Salt Palace, Malt Lake, I.'., 

4-10. 
III!) A Hill. II. A M.. N. Y. C, 4 9. 
iliif.iTt A Wsrreu. Kniidre, Di>s Moines, |a„ III 

Family, D.irciipori. 11-10. 
Illlllsrd, lUiht. A Co., HIm-h's BurTslu. 4-0. 
H.tllninl A Vp:doii, Omtrrny's, ('rami Kaplda, 

Mlcb.. It-O. 
Hoimaii, Ilarrj. PslerHiai, N. J„ 4-U; Psatir'a, 

N. Y. 0.. 11-1*1. 
Ilolditworllis, The. Pastor's, X. Y. v.. 4-9. 
ll.-u. a Thles. Cstfroy's. Oruiid Ilaphls. Midi., 

-9. 
H.ilt, AIL. Mom! A Stoll Tuur. Fjiglund. 
Hdlmen linn.. Pain's. Meniplilv. Tenu.. 4-0; 

Pain's. Cincinnati. 11-10. 
Ilxs-iinl Hros.. Pslaco, Hull. Kmi.. 4-9; r.inplre, 

r«eds. 11-10; ffmplnt. New Caitls. IHSII; Km- 

nlre. Hhlehls, S.'.-.TO ; Ktnptre, IMIuburgh, Hod., 

lulyM. 



Huidnsirt. Park, Ft. Wayne, lis)., U -141. 
I.st liia. .Mile., it. *.i, H.. Pittsburg, ML 
I n Ilea, Wniiilerful. Like Park, Wort-enter, Ma**., 

4-U. 

l.ll ToSCa. I'lill.. O. 1( Vli'lnrlii. <^n.. *l». 

I.a Belle, Win.. II. (I. II.. Pltlnburg, 4-9, 
l.anilaprl, Monde, Proctor's. Newark. S. J.. 4-U. 
I.sssnrd Rros., Illverahls I'nit, Miuitresl, Can.. 

4-1). 
I.11 Mount ft I'luili-tii-, SyrueuM*, N. Y.. 1-n; 

Crystnl, Marlon, lnd.. II 14. 
I.i (letlc, llapnyliiiHl Park. Wlnulppg, iJaii., IB. 
I.a Zui A I.-I Z,ir. Hniin S-nii'l. Clilcmin. 4-9, 
Laurel A Hoiitheni. Bi>n. Imlntli, Minn., 1 0. 
i.iirujcitc l.yrtc roar, lUiollt.n. O.. I"; l.tiim, 

Il-lil. 
I.uwhtr, CIihh. II Athii'lic I'srk, Huffalo, 4-9. 
Lit Tell BroH.. l'.H|e, l)uveii|mrt, la., 4 11; Peo- 
ple's. l*nvein*or1li. Kan.. 1H-HI. 
1. .1. 11:11 1 A l.»ulc, Colo. Hprlittr*. I'oL. 4 It. 
Lemmnl. Uitx. Proelnr's, N«jw»rk. N. J.. 4-!l; 

I'riM-tur'M tS-Mb St.. N. Y. I*., 11 id. ' 
Lc.'ii»HiniH t-'i. Proctor's 'j:iil Htrui>t, N. Y. '' . 

4 0. 
Leousrit A Plillllps, Tlmyer'a Park, Amsterdam, 

N. Y.. 4 -HI. 
Lit, FltiliilHli A llessle. 1.1ms. II., 4 9; Pli|ua. 

ll-HL 
Lo Dent, (in hi. Spies II. IL. Kokmim, lnd., 4-» ; 

liiiwiintt O. IL. LoR*tis|sirt , 1 1 hi 
Isvwte, '.leorgi', Spring Hrovo Park. H|>rltiKMd, 

O,, IH. 
Le Miilre A I.i' Halre, I'slsiv. BohIihi, 1-9. 
i..-mih,i.ii i.nitini 1'iuk. Dmiklrk, N. Y . 4 11; 

Htsr, Toronto. Can,, II In. 

I.e (toy A W«.i|fm.i. Cusl Norfolk, Vs., 4 9. 

Uslle. tint. W Lyric Ch-Hnml. II -HI. 

i.i'oi>nt.i. tltic, Proctni'.. Newurk. N. .1., 14). 

i.i' Buy. I'1'.fu-in-c, .M11uiNiti1.il. \oi Ma, Vs., ID, 

Lewis, At.. BIJou. Ciiolmi, O., 19. 

Leslie A Dudley. Kdtli'n. Boxlou, 4 9. 

I.W. lletire. Proetor's Slid St., K. Y, «., 40. 

le lliiir, l.yrlc Park. Joplin, Ho., :MI; Orplimnn, 

Wel.t. Clly, Ml 111. 
Lindsay's Muukeyo. While Clly CbleaiM, 4-9. 
I .iiii^. Miiii-v. Itlbitl, li.ilnlli. >l lull.. 4-tl. 
l.iiki'ii- (4). Kelfli'M, KiisIihi, 4 11; Keith's, N. T. 

C. 1 1 111. 
Line K Lara, Cruiul, Hnmlt, Wain..! 4)4. 
I.neter, Mr. ft Mrs. Freii.. Miiunn: Lsks Park, 

imi-i.ik'-. m--.., Ill; Mi.-ikiMi. I'nrk, Athol, 

ii- m. ! 

Lul.y. IMiia. ('..loijl.il. N- Y. C, II). 
L.vsler ft Cooke, iirnlieuiii. (•tlunitMis, lnd., 4-9, 
M.,m.ii.|<itI,-.. r.i.. I'.d.jiilu), N v. c. lit 
Muftlau llnilliei". Kiuiilre, lasidou, Kng., 4-iHI. 
Miixacllii ft VstiaolliH", Duyton, O., III. 
Mu.niill. Jus. ft Jin-,, A. ft 8., Bossini, 4-H. 
Macks |f}, Fswlly, La Faystte, Iud., 4-9; St' 

IKIH 1'irL, I'rrtl. I I Ml 
.Msck. Joliii A Curie. Orplmum, Lima, II., lit; 

ilmud, llamllluo, I Mil. 
Mmtsi A Foi, Punilty. PnIi'Imsi, N. J.. 4 0. 
Mnllory Hros., llrookH A llnlllilsy, Temple, Hn< 

troll. .Mich., in. 
Msjesllc Trio, Wunlwrntli. l..ini-liT. Pa., 4-lt. 
Mnj'nrle Klsters l.'li. MiiJcmIIc <lili.<n.i>. 4 it. 
siscNiciioi. J. II., 1'arkilnle llluk, Torunlo, (7sn., 

4-11. 
.Miniello-Murnlts Troupe, OIihiImI, N- Y. C, 4-9. 
Martynu. Kdily. Koulety L'lreas, HprliigOHd, 111., 

49; Jiii-kaunville. 1110, 
Mar. Tiiiu. Bijou. Airdrome. Okla. City, Okla., 1- 

U; Bijou. Sliawuisi. ILK). 
.Mrinulii Fiiislly, Touring Mm leu. 
Msynnrd, Lllllati, Heirlernoji'-, (*uuey IsIsikI, N, 

.Marco fnw. I'orest Park. St. I^uls, Mo., LO, 
Mum.i, ft Mnmui. Cryatal, Trinidad. Oil., tdl. 
.Murtluetlle A Hylveslor, ForMl Purk. I.ltlle lt.uk. 



Ark.. 4-0; Lagmjii Park, Mayovllle, Ky., It-Hl, 

Isralnill ft Lm-ralne, Hummm, Drmul Baplilr 

Mill!., 11 II. 



FJoltnes,' Taylor, Proclor's, •Newark. "N." J„ 4-0, 
Howard. tJrrst, While Clly. Chicago. 4-9. 
rlutJoi-Q, Kitty. Oymuase, Montreal. Can.. 4-9. 
Uttsron A Ilfltlui, Onlrsl Park, Alleutuwu, Pa., 

4-0. 
Bylahdsf.'n, Lagoon, Ludlow, Ky,. 4-9; I'llaiuwr's 

Park, No. Adams, Maas,, 11-16. 
Hjfle, Mr. A Mrs. lloiHs, Orirbluui. HprlugfloM, 

Impe'rlil Japanese Ousnla, Altltoff( tlutibruck, 
ftor., 4-;to. 

Itiiiess ft Ityan. Lsnuvu. I.udlow, Ky., *J-9; Lake- 

MdftraeV. Dayhm. IX. 11-10. 
Train, Jack. Urand. Marlon. lnd., 4-9. 
Jjitufd ft Rl'iliards, A. A H., Uonton, 4-9. 
Jaines A 1-ii'lH. Hleefilts'Iisse Pier, Atlsstlc City, 

W/'J.". 4-9. 
tmtik, -Chss. M-, Pt. CrHiint. N. Y.. DO; Cbar- 

lotte, in in. 
Jacoln Iiug*, Kdth's. Bustou, 4-tl. 
■T.rrrtt A La Bus*. Orpheum. Rt. Paul. 4-0. 
Jaifk. Mr. A Mrs.. Olymnlc. Chleago. 10. 
.iiicuU A Siir.iHi,. Lualsvllle, Ky.. 4-9. 
Jertvue. Kliurr. Pastor's. N. Y, C 4-9. 
Jeinelte, Lillian. AtlsnUc Osfden, N, Y. C , 4-9. 
Jentiitigs A ttenfrew, Miijsstlc 'Chli-sgo, 4 9. 
Jeanri- A Kllimorlh, Palace. B"«ton, 4-0; Whalan 

.Park. Fliclihtirg, Mass., 11-10, 
Johnsoa A Hulllvan, Auditorium. .Voifolk. Va,, t it. 
Johusoti * Wells, (is fiudevere, Budapest, Hun., 

. 4-Jnly 13. 
Jrtbnattne. Ralph, C«dotilal. N. Y. C, 4-ft. 
Jobttatcaw, Musical, Tower, Blackpool, Fug., 4-SO; 

Alhaoitirs. London. Julv 2-7. 
Jollqf. Johnny. Keith'-. Cleveland. 4-9. 
Jolsou, AL, Crystal, Detroit, Mlcb., 4-0. 
Joneft A Itsyniijiid, Crystal Park, Heilalls, Mo., 4-9. 
Jnnes. Irving, il. 0. K., Pittstiura, 4-0. 
Jones A Mile. Colonial. N. Y. C , 4 9. 
Jenes A Button, Spring Like Park, Ttenlot, N. J„ 

4-9. 



Msunliig Trtu. Olyinplu. Chk'igo, -l-l'. 
Martin A Van. Coney Island, Cincinnati. 4-H. 
Marriott Twins, (lo ilium. N. Y. C. 1-U. 
Martin, Hiiro ft PcreN. Mrijc-tt.', t;iili-agn, Ml. 
Maaso, Kd., ft Nellie, Pfis.-lur'a, Altsany, X. T., 

4-9. 
Mudderus. The, Miiuballss. Sn-f.lk. Va.. I II. 
Murloii ft Lici.ii>', Plnelmrst Park, Wiirivster, 

Mass., 4 II. f 
Murk A ItiiBMl. Lrrli'. Joplin, .Mm.. Ill; nrnbeani, 

Writb City, Hl-ltL 
McCi.ll Trtu, ICIii'trli' Purk, Kuiieas Clly, llo., 0- 

0; I : n 1 1 . 1 r l- . Dcs M.ilue-. In.. 11-10. 
Mi-Csrvcr-Bitmlioo Trio. Chicago, -LIO. 
Me Waters A Tynuii Va.. Kellli\ ('lovslaud, 4-9; 

0. O. if Pttlsliun, 11-10. 
McCIellali, .fun,, Dlbfii. Diiluih, Mluu.. 111. 
McN'Miiec, K el Mi's. Plilla.. 1-11. 
.McKI11iK.11 ft need. Olyiuplc. H|Mlriltfleld, 111., 4* 

0; Price's O. H„ MolsTly. Mo-. ll-HL 
McCreu A I'isdc, IleiHlersiui'a, tinier Island. N. 

Y„ 40. 
.M.l>,i-li. John A Alia*. Crynfal. lictioit. Mlcb., 

4di. 
McCumm A Urant, Lakittlile Purk. Akruu, O., 10; 

Four Mile Park. Kilo, P«„ 11-10, 
Merrltt, Ituyuioud, Vinowsxl Park, Topeka, Kan., 

111. 
Mdi'iy Trln, Hfrie'u, Kokniilu, IinL, I tl ; Ori'tmim, 

(*.l1lill)bUN, lllil. 

Melville ft Oniway. Majestic, ('Itli-ago. 4-U. 
Ati'xIcKtt TmirlM Qiiarlelle, Itaumns, tiraiid IIsp< 

id-. Ml.lt.. till. 
Meinour Lu Nole Trio, Meyer's Lube, Canton, 0,, 

.'III; Hock HnrlugN Purk. K. Liverpool, 10-lr). 
Mexlas A Mwaiss, Crystal, htttrult. Mlrh-. 4-tl. 
MetruimlHsn (Iraiid Oners Trio, Ueu>lerwii)'s, 

Coney lulu nd, ,V. Y., 1-9. 
Mlllmsn Trln, Huluner Park. Muiltreil, Can . 4-tl; 

Hrlttaula Oii-IIieHay. Ottiiws, It Hi 
Meers Bros.. Cai|n», Norfolk, V* . 411. 

InMs 'Ml the Buy, Ottawa. 11-1*1, 
Mll&lll Trio. 'Keith's, N. V C, III. 

Mil Ion A BuliiM-. Doiulnluu I'nrk, Montreal, 

Cue.. 1-0: Al-Ttv Park. Alluiiy. N. Y-, ll-l'l. 
Miller. Carrie Belle, BIJou. Ai^l.-tmi. Wis.. 0-9: 

Hljou, lirci'ii Bay, IU-12 ; BIJou. Mirluett* 

1.1- HI. 
Mlgiion, Helciie. Orribeum, Ht. Paul. 4-9. 
Mlrnti- Pour. Pastor's, N. Y. C„ 4-0. 
Mlti.'.ell ft Brritviilng. MoN.nlc, I ronton, 0„ 4 ft ; 

Orphlum, Chi 1 1 loot he, 11-10, 
Mllitiell, Abble, Victoria, IS'. Y. C. 4-9. 
Millard Bros. (Bill A Bo), Iitdlsuola I'arkb, <;>• 

lutllhus. (I.. 4-10. 
Mlllsn. Martini A Msi, Fuulalue Ferry Park, 

l/..|Ur|llr.. Ky,, I |t. 

Mill* A Lewis. Creed inr. Wis.. <l. 

Moore, Ua>, Auitluj IJaJestlc, Cblcago, i-9 ( J 



438 



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YbEK CLIPPER. 



June 9. 



Moon, Ed.. Qraad. Michigan City. In J., 4-9. 
Morton ft Diamond, Proctor's. Newark, N. S„ 4 9. 
Moore, KeUey. Spring Gro*e Park, BprlngDeld, 

O... 4-9. 
Montnmi*'* Cockatoo Clrcos, Young's, Atlantic 

City. N. J„ 4-1A. 
Motoglrl. r.n. Touring Austria, 4 34). 
Morse, Bon, Hpriiiv JJiae Tirk, Trenton, M. J., 

4-ft. , - • ' 

Morris, Clara, Orphniin, St. Paul, 4-fl. 
Morelln prial • Milir Park. Montreal, Can., 4». 
Moorfe, Tom. H A 8 .. K. V. 0., 4-J>. 
Monte Mrro Troupe, ftiiTernitcir'*, Atlantic City, 

N.J.. 4-1fc ' -■ ■ • « 

Modoc * MortnC, Coney lain rid, Clnelnnall, 4». 
Mnrphy. TtiomrHcii) * Murphy. Carnival. Bayonne, 

N, J.. 4-0; While City, Blnghamton, N. Y., 11* 

10. 
Nn-kpteer* fit), Family, flcrantoa. Pa., 4-fl. 
Millar. NU H;jnn, D il.:i Ji, Winn., 4 W. 
Mnrrnr. fMoTtnn ft Drew. I,ngnnii Park. Albany, 

N. V.. .4-9 j Pastor's, N. Y. C. 1110. 
Mnrruy. KIlMhelh, Chute*, Han J'rnii., Oat., 4-ft. 



.1-9; Oleron Park. Jamestown, N. Y., ll-Hl, 
JJasrnith Duo. Park, fjantoo, O.. 4-l». 

Keff A Miller. Proctor's. Albany, S. Y., 4*. 

SelhOr"*, Tlie, Umpire, St. I'ail. 4-0. 

Neman. Harry ,A imome, Topeka, Kan., 4-fl; Air- 
dome. Huichiiison. 11-lfl. 

Ke?ln« it Arnold, Htecplerhnw Pier, Allnntlc City, 
N. J.. 4-fl. 

Mulo * Riley, Keith's, Boston, 4-fl; Kellb'i, 
PhllD., Hid. 

Nlbrrf A Bonleaiiu Pastor 1 *, N. Y. O., 40. 

Nobren*. The, Dornluirrii Park. Montreal, Can., 4-fl. 

North, llolibv, .Mn-pi. O. II., l.os Acgeles, Cat. 
4-10. 

Norrlns. The. Lima Park, Washington, D, C, 4-fl. 

O'Brien A Haiel. Ptwinr's. Albany. N. Y., 4-». 

O'Neill, Thou. H., Pi. Orattot Park, Dunkirk, N. 
Y., 4-9. 

Ordviiy, Laura. Kehli'a. Pblta., 4-0. 

Otto Bros., Well* Clrcilll, 4-Jiily 21. 

O'Tnole, Jack. BIJon. Ln Crow*, Win,. 4-0. 

*ir.av\ The, Mneiilou's I'urL, HI. loola. 10-10. 

Paplnta. Inrenoll Park. D*s Moines, la., .1-0. 

I'orKh. Clrphlnm., Kprln«a»ld. O., 4-0. 

Parry, Cbnrloita, 4 Or, Moore's, Portland, Ue., 

A., 4?liV; T7voll.*&iJ»eT«wn, Jnljr't-2R. 
Patty Bw. (1. 0. II.. Pittsburg, 4-0. 
Pnlfiey 4 fluiawl. (I. U. II., Pittsburg. 4-9. 
Pnullneltl * Flquu. Wlulertarlen, Berlin, Get.. 4- 

Pero' A Wilson, Oak Huuimlt Park, EnimUle. 

In J., 3-fi. 
Peptier Twin*,. Logoori. Ludlow, Ky., 3-9, | 
Pelot. Fred A 4mm Hprln^brook Park. So. BeM, 

lml., 4-fl; Kusori's. fThli-nBu, 11-10. 
ivwiti!, OniPllle, Four Mile Creek Park, Krle. 

P«,. 10-17. 
PUIIIIfw ft Firionleaii. Vlrlor, Oil.. 4-0. 
I'lillllplue Blind, I .una Pork, WaHblDXlon, f 0., 

4-fl. 
Pierre ft Cop, Auditorium. Lynn, Maw., 4-fl. 
Poirew (:t». Street Fnlr. Ormmm. 4-9; Liu* 

roln Pnrk. Olereland, 11-10. . 
Polk. Colllna. A Curowii fllMiew, Wella Park, Ho- 

annke. Va., A't: WelU I'nrk, LyncldHira;. 11-10. 
Powell ft Co.. lugerooll Park, Dea Uoloes, la.. 

Pout ft Hinnril. Karin, Toledo. O., 4»: Teiaplc, 

Tletroll, 11-ld. . .« , , 

rope. 4. C O. II., KIkUart, lml.. 4-0; Part, 

Mlctdonn City, ll-Ml. ' 

1'onera & T.ifoliald, Crystal. El wood, Inil., 4 9. 
ProiMt, Chiitea, San Fran.. Cil.. 1110. 
Price, Harry M., New Hsveri, Cooo.. 4-». 
Ouecn ft Ilow. Cryatal, Milwaukee. Wla.. 4-fl. 
Qunker City ijuirtrtie, Hbea'a. Buffalo, 4-ff. 
Qulcier. Murkey A Nlrkeraoa. Fairyland Park, 

Piierwiu N. J.. 4-0j Klecirlc Park. Newark, 

11-10. 
Ra? ft Taylor, Mlddletown, N. Y., 4-fl; Bmton, 

11-10. 
Knyniond A Cnverly, Aluamtira, N. Y. 0., 4-0. - 
Ban*. Mr. A Mm.. Cowan. Ind., 4-fl. 
Bnnf. Clati'le, Nlnewa Park, I'eni. Hu 4-0. 
Bantu* A Bank*. Palace, Blackpool, Kti(.. 4 9; 

Bntnlre. Islington, 1 1 iu : UiicUeati, Balbau, 18- 

2»: Palace. Blackburn. 2B-1W. 
Wmmmu mt. Cbnrlolie. Celeron Park, Jaiuentown, 

X Y.. 4-9i Shea'*, BntTalo. 11-10. 
Hauler ft itoWler. H. A M., N. Y. C. 4-0. 
Raiironl A Vnlentliw, Bnrrasfonl Tour, Km., 4- 

July li. • ' " . . , 

Buy. Pml, * Co.. n. 0. H'.. PlttttburK. Mfc 
Ratblmnti. Klyliu. Keltli'd. Olrfelainl, 4-0. 
Hani" ft Vo« Kan'mau, Foiplre, PltleBeld, llo»a., 

4-9. . . ■ - ■ ' 

Refill. MuMlcal. Iiljuu. No Crowe. Wb)., 4-fl. 
RedMl A llmlley, Oklaboinn. Okln.. 4-fl. 
Beervi, Klorence. Olentaiiny Park. Coliiiabw, O., 

39. 
Keiu. ft Atora. Indwlrlal, Mullne, 111., 4-9; 

Myatlc. Cbkafo. 1110. * m m _, 

Rclil SIMt-rk, Ildidemim'n, Coney Iataod, H. Y., 

4-9, 
Rciib. Thprcae. Caaltio, Norfolk, Vn., 4-9, 
Reno. Will A May, A. ft a., Boatoii, 4-0. 
Bekliiw. Re»-kle», Cr"yatal. Ht. Joaepb, Mo., 4-6. 
Held Hatm Henderwo'K, Coney Inland, N. Y., 

4-9. 
Rejnard. Kd. V.._ Kfltb'a, N. Y. C, 4-B; Ocean 

hew C4Klno. Nurfidk. Va., IMC 
Rent i (31, Audi tori MR Norfolk. Va.. 4 0. 
Reiia A Paiilaer, UeiHleram'H. Coney laland, N. Y., 

4-0. 
RelHy. Johnny. Pavilion. Keyrmrl, N. J., 4-9. 
Rlif rmnllv, Ouvtruator'H, Atlantic City, N. J., 

4-fl. 
ftlcbard*. Falnrlew Park, Daylou, 0., 4-9; Idora 

Pnrk, Yottnjndown. 1116. 
Rlre A ITwoat Victoria, N. Y. C, 40. 
Rllter A Kuvier, Hendewon'tt, Couey Ixland, N. Y., 

Rirhii'rdiuiu, l.aveiHler, lltahoa, Ogdeu, U., 4-fl; 

Yomik'K. Salt I-ake Clry. 11 10. • 

Rio DroH. 431, Alhlptk- I'ark, IliirTulo, 4-9; N«- 

irlr Pnrk, Baltimore, IM'l 
Rlrii. Jack ft Bertba, Wnwllyu Park, Cauidrn. 

S. J.. 4-11. 
RL-UnnU. Oxeat, Inland , Park, F-ohIoii, Pa., 4-fl; 

Central Park, Allentown. 11-10. 
kaaaw 'WW* Foreal Park, .St. l.oula, 4-10. 
Him* Hlflertt. O. H.. DclpboH, »., 4-9; Orplinita, 

Portrimnutli. 11-19. 
Koyoe. Knv I... .ilicn'H, IliirTulo, 4 9. 

itotiwii. manmmi RU«i. Bay city, Midi., 4-0 ; 

Forest Park, SedulL-i, Mo., 11-10. 
PolN-rt. Cberk 'ft llnniu, UnTertintor'H, Allnntlc 

City. K. J,, 4-fl. 
Kmra l»l. Colonial, N. Y. 0.1 4-0. ' * 

Waaiilll ft IKirello. Temple. Itetrolt, Mich., 4-0. 
Hn^-iln*. Tlio. Nbiih MM I'nrk. Chlcajpt. X-fl ; 

Fo-itiilne Ferry Pork, I.oul»Tllle, ll-ni. 
KutM ft U'WIh, HUcktinrn. Ktig.. 4-U; Palace, 

ir urn v. t i-Ki; Fnplrc, Bnitnlcy, i> 'J ' ; 

Tltoll. (IrlHiiliy. 2S-*M. 
Kofrvrs ft Lnvliie, star. Atlatiln, On., 4-10. 
Ittigerx, J. P.. J'ltrsbiTK. 4-IU. 
Ittaent. Will II.. I'otare. IrfMHl«m, Kug.. 4-10. 
Knwe. May C O. (I. II.. Slierhrooke, Can.. 4-0. 
Hock, Win., FoiilMlnc Kerry I'nik, l^iilarllte, Ky., 

4-fl. 
HobliiHnu, Hlnewrit. rtrnuri, Pent. Ind., 49. 
Roger*, Nfaj li.. Cryatal. SI. Jiiaenli. Mo.. 4-9. 
llnnwll A Held. Slnr. Mllwiiakw. IIOj Folly. Chi- 
cago, 10-111. 
RimwilN, MiwliEil. Ill>»n. Shnwanee, Okla., 4-0; 

Ml- Hour Pari:. l'lit«bnrg. 10-Itl. ' 
Knnloro A Mario, orntirimi, MnunQeld, 0„ 4-D; 

CIHTalde Park, IN.rlKivouth, 11-10. 
Htf«g guarieile, Hontliern ("ark. I'ltlRlmri, 4-10. 
Saoua. Cheater Park, Cincinnati, 4-fl, 
Mta, «l «., Alctiuir H'Ruv Paris, Fr,, lO-Jiil? 

20, 
^iiniiori, Ih'xn A Sniiiltrs, Orptieiitii, Lima, II., 

4-fl. 
Jiamell, Utval. CryxlHl. Detroll. Midi., 4-D; Hm 

in:". AtChlKOII. Vl)] .. 10-HI, 

Hawlelle, M.iv, Orplienni. St, Paul, 4-fl. 
KamnelH, 'Die. Oridieaiu. St. Paul. 441. 
BntriKin A Hleiter. Keith's. N. Y. C. 4-0; 0, O. 

II.. Pltlabiirg. 11-10. 
fiplH. JuHPidilne. tV»lh*eum, I.iMtdoti, Rug,, 4Jtily 

31. 
Baoiulera, KJoren(H>. Park. Canton, <),, 4-9. 
rJr-bi'pp't tXih*» ft Ponleii. Cunlnu. Tolwlo, «.. H-9; 

r.LkcHkk' Pork, Daylun, lT-k.!. 
Bcbtrhart, Anwii, Cryatal, Detrotl, Mlrli., 4-d. 
f^i >rta. Frniu'la ft Ob* Kmplre. Ik>K Molncn, la., 

Mk 

Bi-l^i.. Argpoceiill Trio. Clmtes, Han Fran,. Hal., 

4-0, 
Beynwiir ft Dnpree, Tlwll. Sydney, N. S. W., 4- 

July n. 
Hean-y, Ceo., Natluual. Kan-o" Clly, Mo., 4-10. 
r)rar«. Itmimnn I'nrk, Qraml Rnnldo, Mlrb., 4-10. 
Wwliloit. Wallace. Anne. Norfolk. Va.. 4-1. 
twlblul ft Orotliil, llwtot'a. N. Y, C. 4-fl. 
Breker. Wllkea A RaMus, t.agiHin. I.ndlor, Ky., 

4 0. 
"S«>«.ti*» tlreaiti. Tlie." H. ft S.. X. Y, C. 4-9. 
Helliltit. l.ulla. Victoria. N. Y. OS 4-fl. 
ebnrriK-k*. 'Hte. I.yrlc I'ark. So, McAlllalvr. 1. T., 

44*. ' , 

Biimuan ft Ue Foient, II. 0. B., Pttlobbrg. 4 0. 
fcUminoiii (41, :h\ v.-riilur'a, AlllUlk' CIIJ, N. J., 

4 0. 



Bfcno A Warm. Keltb'a, Boatoo, 4-9. 
Sbort ft Bborty. Athletic Park. Buffalo, 4-9 
abertnan ft Fuller, Sprlog Urove Park, Spring- 

'Held. 0...4-0. \ 

Hlmma. Willarrt, ft Co.. Keith'*. Pblla., 4-9. 
Hlaia, Reonlde, Nurelty, BakerabVld. Cat., 11-10. 
Simon A Gardner. Proi-tor'a. Newark, N. J., 4-0. 
Slater. Mooter, Moleallc, Ckieago. 4-fl; 
Bbilrl ft Kexancr, Kelll|-a, N. Y. OL 4-9: Xellb'a, 

PI, Hi.. 11-10. 
Smith ft CampMI, Prorfor'a Ml SI., N. Y. C, 

4 ft. 
Smllh, Chrfa., A Two JtihamiDa, Keltb'a, N. Y. C„ 

4-fl. * 

ftmllb ft Baker, Alaroeda Pnrk, Butler, Pa.. 49, 
Smith. Peter J., Main St.. Peoria, 111., 4-10. 
Sayder A Buckley, Ketth'a, N. Y. C, 4-ft. 
SnWll Broa. A Mack, New York, N. Y. C, 4-9. 

4-fl, , 
SpraRne A Mack. Willare Park, Padncab, Ky., 

H] rieniieit. Rleliawnd. Ind.. II-1U. 
Starr Slater*, nnremnlor**. Allnntlc City, S. J., 

40. 
Welticrf A Tlmruaa, Ormey Nluml, Clnclaiiall, 4- 

u. Lake park. Dayioti, 11-10. 
Sln[>k>toti ft Chaiiey, Society Clnna, Plntia, O., 

49; Uralli, 11-10. I 
SiewiirtH, .Miwlrai, Hendemon'a, Coney laland, 

N. Y-, 4-10. 
Slttarl, Arfhur. ft Keeley Slalem, Oak Park, 

Rtonxrllle. Ind., 4-fl. 
Kllnaon A Merlun. Pruclor'N 2.11 St. N. Y. «'.. 4-0. 
Stanley ft WIImmi, Olympic, Cblcago. 4-0; Keltb'H, 
< ^ierelanl, 1-10. 

Stark, Toble. Penole'a. F.tcrialor Spga., Mo., 4-0. 
Slepner A Abpel, CnMAt, Rlwood, Ind., 4-B; 

Rfirter. Mr'abat>h. 11-10. 
Stanley A f^onard. Keltb'a, Boatnn, 4-fl. 
St u l « ma » A tJraforilw. Mppono Park, Jersey 

Shore, Pa., 4-0. 
Stnrant A U Vardo, Lnkemont Park, Altoona, 

Pa.. 4-B. ^—™ 

Ktrfckland A Dnkeelury. I.nfayette. Buffalo, 4-B. 
Hterena, IMwIji, Temple. Detroit. Mich., 4-B. 
Stockton, Jni-k. Manbaltan, Norfolk, Va., 4-B. 
Stewart, Mr. A Mrt. Cal, Kmplre, Den Molnea. 

i*:, 4-9. 

Stanton, Hertierl it., Bamiod, 4-9. 

St. John ft I* Ferre. Kelth'a, Syracaae, N. Y., 

4-9; Aiofl Park, Youngatowii, 0.. 11-10. 
St. Jiiliun. M„ Htar. Monexaeii. Pa., 4-0. 
Siilllfnn, .it*. J., ft in., Bljun. Dulutb, Minn., 4-fl; 

Rlhiu, Whiitliicg. Cam.. 11-10. 
Swift ft' WPMbrook. dnliine, Ulnneapolla, MIoei., 

4-fl: BIJori. Dnlntli, 11-10. 
KynxmilH, Jack, Klectrlc Park, Arlington, MJ,, 
• 1110. 

Taa Jl Iflms, Keltli'a. Plilla., 4-0. 
Tanuer ft (llllierl. Celemn Park. Jamratowo. N. Y., 

4-fl. 
Tanaka", The, Keith'*, N. Y, C„ 4-fl. 
Tfi'niohlmi Troupe. Iluvaiia. Ontin, 4-141. 
Taylor Twin Stolen., TItoII. Haiana, Cnba, 4-B. 
TeturkuiiFi A Wolhy, Raronn. Cuba, 4-9. 
Tennla Trio. Kiimlre. Oklabomo. Okla.. 4-18. 
Thatcher, Kvi. Kmplre, Dea Molnea, la., 4-0. 
ThomiAou Slalem, Blliin, Frankfort. Ind., 4-0. 
Tbur-iou, ftrfji, Sbanicbnl. China, 4-ao ; Calcutta, 

Imlla. July 1-H1. 
TlioniOH. OeoTKla, Star. Atlanta, fla.. 4-10. . 
riiomn* ft Payne. Atlantic Oardeo. N. Y, 0., 4-0. 
Tllley, Veata. Colonial. N. Y. C.. 4-B. 
nam MnHicnl. Star, Toronto, Can.. 4-9. 
TomkliiK. Willluin, Mo)eatlc. Chleago. 11-18. 
Topa ft Topwy. Athletic Park. Buffalo. 441. 
Talao. J.inia, <)., 40; Plipia, 11-10. 
Tyler A JnmcN, White City. Chicago, 4-B. 
Vardon. Perry A Wllber, Kmplre, De» Molnea, 

lav, 4-i». 
Van flnfre ft Cotrely, Wallace Park, Paducab, 

Ky., 4». 
Vanlnmuu. Unique, Mlnnenpol!*, MlnD., 4-0; 

Bikiii. Dnhith. 11-10. 
Valofa, Harry F... Korelty, Oakland. Cal., 4-B. 
VaujrtiiierM, The. ■ Majeatlc, Chicago. 4-fl. 
ValndonR. The, noward, Boaion, 11-10. 
Vanlen, Perry ft Wllber, Kmplre, Des Molnea, la„ 

4;0. . .. ■ ... 

YWaaa, The, Cryatal. Toletlo, 0.. 4-0. 
VMlinnrtt, Tim, Rl»ernide Park, Montreal, Can., 

4-0. , 

Verona. Vere, Keith'*, N. Y. 0., 4-fl. 
Mrt.11 ft Rngel Keltb'a, Phlla., 4-0; 0. O. H.. 
■ Plltalmrg. 11-10. 

Vnhfa. May. ft Co.. Proctor**. Albany. N. Y., 4-9. 
Ward. Orniit.- Acme. Norfolk. Va., 4-fl. 
.Wn terhiiry Broa. A Teuny. Casluo. Norfolk. Vn., 

4-0. i>>.. 

Way burn's Ilalu-Denr*. Proctor'a, Albaay, N. Y., 

4-0. 
Wayne A Dnatie, Milwaukee. WK. 4-10.' 
Washer Broa.. While ntT. Chlfaio, 4-8. 
WaltMiH, The, Unlqiie, Kan Claire. Wla., 4-9; 

Unlilu-. MlnneHtiollii, Minn.. 11-in. 
Wdhlnini). Kdwanl, ft Co,, WoHblngton, SpoklDF, 

WohIi., 4-1); Star. Seattle, 11-10. 
Waldorf A Meiulei, Oukfotd Park, Oreotuburg, 

Pnv. 4-9. ' 
Warner. May. Kbiplre, Ritriiigflehl. Ill;, 4-fl. 
ValMi, Frank, Idea; Oabkonb. Wla., 4-B. 
Weatoii Slater*, Pantor'x. N. Y. C 4-9. 1 
WelKli. Cbna. ft Jennie, Cryatal. Frankfort, lad.. 

4-9. ' - " - '" ...,'' 

Welch. Jamen ft Oella, Hayniorket, Chicago. 4-B. 
Well* BroN. 1 A Smllh, Coalno Pork, Kalamaioo, 

Mich., 4-fl. 
Went A Fowler, Ben'*. Kacanala, Mich., 4-0. 
Weatoii, Willie. Prwlnr's. Alliaiiy. N. Y., 4-9. 
Weaf, llolanil. ft Co.. N. Y. C. 4-9. 
Weever ft l.amberi, Hob'h Pavilion, Cincinnati, 

4-HI. 
Weatnu. A). H , ft Co.. II. ft S.. N. Y. C, 4-9. 
Webb, Harry l... Pamlly, Slonx fit v. la., 4-0. 
Welah.' Hen. Temple. Delrolt, Mich.. 4-8. 
While, Stuart, ft Co., MnJeMtlc, Chicago, 4-9. 
Whitman suiter* (.1). I'rocfor'a 2Sd St., N. Y. 

Wbniley ft Whnlley, Oymoaae, Moutreol, Can., 

4-0, 
Wtilteley ft Bell, Brooktthle Pnrk. Atbol, Mam., 

4-M. 
Will* ft Hautan, Kelili'a, N. Y, 0.. 4-fl ; Klectrlc 

Park. BnltO,; 11-10. ' ' '• 

Wlglnmin. Allen. Woniterland. Wichita, Kan., 4-fl. 
WIckotT. Bhhy Inua, ft Co., Hlnwatba Park, Mt. 

Ve.-iihii. 41.. 4-9. 
Wllke*. ' Mnttle, Mnaa A Stoll Tour, Fog., 4- 

Jnty SI. 
Wllwn. Waller C. Crystal, St. Joaepb, Mo., 4-8. 
Wlknii Trio, Hopkins' Park. Iwalerllle. Ky., 4-9. 
Wllann ft HetolHc, Snen'a. Btiffalo. 4-9. 
Wln*low. Wynne, VMttMaW Ferry Park, TxMila- 

tllle. Kr.. 4-0. 
Wllnmih'-U Xule Trio. Park. Canlon. 0.. 4-0. 
William* A Sieves, Calntnet. Mich.. 4-9. 
Winter. Winona. Hlnni'H, BiirTalo. 4-fl; tl. O. H., 

Plltslinrg, 11-10. 
Wlllr.ro A IhiKhea, fludrroy'*, dm ml Rnplda, 

Ml.-li., 40. 
Wolf A /adellu, Fnlrvlew Park, Dayton. O.. 4-0. 
WurW* Comedy Vanr, Keith'*. Phlla., 4-fl; 

Keith's. N. Y. C, 1 110. 
World ft KlilgHtuii, itniv.un.-i Park, Orand llnpld*. 

Mich.. 4-10. 
Wood. Pruiii'1*. Keltb'a, Ht h ton, 40. 
Vari'l Slone. f^iriilvnT, Rayonne, N. I„ 4-0. 
Worrell, I., Dementi, ft Co.. Boston. 4-9. 
Wolf Itnw., Olen llaren, Rocbeater, N. Y.. 4-9. 
Woodford ft MHrlboro, Irwin, ilosbeu. Ind., 4-fl; 

CrvHUil. Htn-imd. 11-lfl. - 
VrwawanN, V, P.. Kilge-wmal Pnrk, Sliauokln, Pa., 

40. i 

Woodwaril'a Seals, Vlrlorlo, X. Y. C, 4-fl. 
Wyfthtiff. Fred, ft Co.. Ktreralile Park. SoRlnnw, 

MU'li., 49: WliKiiui Pork. Hoy my, 11-lfl. 
Wycberly. Margaret, Keith'*, aeveland. 4-9. 
Yeagcrft Ycnter. Paluct\ hniuloti. Mug., 4-Jnly .11. 
Youlan, Alum, ft Co,. Fniitnllie Ferry Pnrk, I.oul*- 

vllle, Kr. 4-fl. 
Kanorna. t:ycllng. Kellh'i>. K. Y. C. 11-10. 
Kenn, Jordan A Teim, nill* Clrcn*. Cape Town, 

S. A., -t-.l'ilv 14. 
/.Immennoii, Al. ft Pearl, Umpire, SprlngSeld, III., 

y.lniTiiertuan. Willy. Ingerwll Park, De* Molnea, 
la.. 4 0: Ihunlaloii, Whtnl|>eg. Can., 11-10. 

Zlxkn ft King. Park. K. Liverpool. O., 49; Park, 
Tole<ki. 11-10. 

Kniilmutukl*. Orplieuni. Weld* CMv. Mo., .1-0; f.yrle, 
Miiikoaee. 1. "ft, IO-1U. 

Lunelle A Sou telle. Falren, Toledo, 0.. 4-fl. . 

«*> TUB HOAD. 



Wbyle Dramatic (Cbaa. P. Vfbyte, agr.)— Fort 

Scott. Kan.. 3-10. 
Wills Mmlcal (John B. Wllla, mgr.)— Mobile, 

Ala., 11-Jnly 1. 
Wnstfburn ft D'Alma"*--Ne* l*ndon. Conn., 11, 

12, Wenierly, R. I.. 13. 14. 
Young. Edwin, Stw-k— ICoHrlcb, Own., 9-14. 

«»» . 

For LmuIvp J.rHn- ilxle-1 Hon 19 nte page 1.10. 
OliR LONDON M'.'ITKH. 



■atlafactory. They propose, however, to oa- 
dertake further teats In §1i months time to 
nee If constant use deteriorates. toe are re- 
alatlDg oropertle*. . ".. ' * ! 

Mr.- Plnero. the sulbor, is taking a Iodk 
reat.-and will not start on another play until 
the Autumn. 



FROM OL'k OWN I'llBWrftWaYlfT 



Clipper Bureau, i- 

48 l/'ranbosrae Street, 
Leicester Bq«vr«, 

l.nnilon, W. C. 
May 20. 
Two American «iifrp*ses, "The Lion and 
flie Mouse" ind "Hhore At-rea," were done 
for the find time ht l^mdon thin week, and 
while the local critics Annul, as umial, much 
fault with both productions, still the play- 
gfKTH ore sailnned that the plaja arc well 
worth a view, and are -flocking lo th* box 
office* of the Duke of York's and the Waldorf. 
the n ft en da nee at the former house being 
eHpeclolly large. 

An Interesting stniemeht was made nt the 
animal meeting nt Strat ford-on- Avon of the 
trustees of Shakespen re/a birthplace and of 
Ann Itathawny'H cottage of the number of 
pnylng visitors to llieae Aromatic shrine* 
during Inst yenrv Those to the house totnled 
thirty-four thousand, and those ti> .Sbotterley 
eighteen thousand. Of these tosetberten 
thotifinnd were Americans. In all a* many 
,is seventy different nationalities were repre- 
sented. 

On Thursday last "Cannes la Spain." which 
Tins been played nt the Royalty for some time, 
wsk transferred to Terry'H. The original 
«i]«i, Inrludlpg Harry Fragson and May de 
Mnusa, Is to be fouod with the piece In its 
new home, and an additional engagement Is 
that of E. Iragnnll. 

Martin Harvey. lost Saturday night, had a 
warm return to r.ouii'ii, wheu lie opened nt 
the Imperial, lu "Boy iTCarrell." a new ro- 
manllc drnmn, by B. M. Dlx nnd E. O. Suth- 
erland. The story of the piece, which is In 
four acts. In »r the stirring period when the 
('avsllers and Roundheads were contending 
for ibe mastery. The Puritan Major Ynr- 
rlnglnu Is forluuate enougti to lay hands on 
the cavalier lieutenant, wiiose name Is Brian 
i >Vf rr<itl, and who Is an gallant In love ns he 
Is fearless In war. Brian bas lost- bis beart 
to I.nil.v HniKini Yere, a charming widow, 
who, however, Ik Inclined to auntlier king'* 
ofllcer, one t.'nptaln Hebbletbwalte. In O'Car- 
roll'n keeping are Important despa tches, with 
9 letter which Yurrluglou'* ward. Lettlce, 
\tan wrlltea to a cmaller cousin, lagging that 
lie will release her from the major's hsteful 
nnd Irksome authority. Tbe prerloiiM missive 
hOR got him (?arrell's hands quite by acci- 
dent, but Its terms are regarded by the major 
aa (ompromUliiK. and without much ado he 
first Insists that Brian and lattice shall wed, 
nnd then makes arrangement* lo send the 
bride to mi iinnr and the bridegroom to Lon- 
don fl* a primmer, already prepared for trons- 
por.tnflon to n penal settlement. Also a 
prisoner by litis- time Is f'aptaln Hebble- 
ttiwalte. He Is no longer rn.'arroil's rival, 
for the gallant young Irishmen has begun 
falling lu love with his, wife given him 
ngalnst his will. Tbus tlie play ends. 

One of the leading features of tlie Ellen 
Terry Jubilee Commemoration nt Drury Lane, 
on 'June 12, will he a concert party In the 
form of the old Christy Minstrels, with Sey- 
mour Hicks as Interltsntfor. Among those 
who will apnesr are: (leorge tlraves. routs 
Brndlteld, Bdm nnd Payne, Artbnr Williams, 
Colin Coop. W. II. llerry. H. A.- l<ytton.Jnmes 
Hlakcly, Huntley Wright. Johnny Dnuvers, 
Harry Oral ton, Lionel Macklnder, Farren 
,. Sonfar, Willie lldouin, Bert Slnden nnd Harry 
Fi-ngson. : 

In about three weeks George Edwnrdes will 
put on nt the Prince of Wales, a* successor 
io "A Olrl On Die StBpe," which lias uot been 
n success, n new llglit oiiero, entitled "l,n 
Helle Slal." It Is (leacrlbed as a pure Chinese 
comic opera, adapted by Charles Brookdetd. 
from Kred Oressoc's "ij Trolsleme Lunc." 
with mtlfllc by Sydney Jones. - Maurice Far- 
koa, who has been absent from the stage of 
.the Prince of Wnles' for mouths, will have 
one of the lending roles In the' new piece, and 
Dpiilse Orme, low one of "The l.lttle M- 
cbus," will' sing and act the heroine's part. 

In a local court was brought up this week 
the hearing of the action brought by ('. M. S. 
McLellan, Author of many successful plays, 
ngnlnst Charles Hauaan, nlao a dramatist, 
the plolotlh* Heeklag to recover damages for 
nn alleged libel written tn aud published in 
n local dramatic publication in respect of the 
iilny "Leah Kleschoa," of which the plaintiff 
h Ibe author. •Shortly after the produetlon 
of tlie play, the defeudaut. Mr. Hanuon, 
wrote to the local publication n letter in 
which he said lie had latlinated to Charles 
1'roliQian, who produced I he play In London, 
Mr. Lellan. and others, his claim tn priority 
of copyright *a respect of "l^eab Kleschnn, 
In virtue of bis published novel nnd play, en- 
titled "The Coachraun With the Yellow Ijicp," 
I hereby, ns alleged, charging the plaintiff with 
iilngalrlsm. Tills was the libel complained of. 
Defendant replied that (lie allegatloos were 
true In ambstauce and In fact, but the words 
complained of did not convey the nieuntiig 
Imputed to them. The Jury awarded one 
liuudred nntl twenty-live dollars to Mr. Mc- 
I.ellan, who; only asked for nominal damages, 
mill decided that he hud not Infringed the 
rupyrlght of Mr. Ilnnnan's |>i«y, "The Coach- 
man with the Yellow l.nre. l.n 



Supiileiuentiil 1, 1st ■ Herelved Too 

l.ntc fnr (Ina-lllcatloii. 
Butler, Helen May, mid her Rand. Hv. 1 4 Helen 

May Uniir;. director).— Port Smith Ark.. :t-tl, 

MuskoKiv, hid. Ten. 10 HI. 
Plark's line and I'nny Slidw (Tlios. Olnrk, m|T.) — 

Ka*t l.heriiwl. O.. 4-HI. 
(Jlnliivan Uramatk- (F. It. Olniilvnn, «igr.)— Hot- 

kilts, 11.. 4-n. Detdiler l MO, 
Ilargreave's Clrcii*— Herkimer, N. Y.. T. Boon- 

T))le ft. fun Jingi* 9, Watertuwit n. 
I.b Ittn* Hro*.' Mlu*trels— Frederlcion, N. &., 

4-H. 
Parker. C. YV.. Amusement (To. (Cramer 41 Tyler, 

tPinO-^liuiellmiClty. Kau.. 11-10. 
Hubtihio. frank A. — tlardner. Maw . 11. Atbdl IV. 
Sotaern. K, II.. and Julia Marlowe (Cbarlea Froh- 

uau, nujr.J— M. Y. City 4 23. 



During the pro- 
i-ceiHngs Mr. llnnnun withdrew his charge 
that Mr. Mi'LclInu bad wilfully stolen ihe 
Ideas of bis play from "The Coachman." and 
changed his charge to that of infringement 
only. 

A matinee of "Cantata Swift," with Beer- 
holitn Tree lu ibe unuie part, and Mrs. Tree 
Mrs. Cecil Italelgl, lattice Knlrfax nudHvbl.' 
I'urllsic nlsn hi Ibe cnsl, wns given nt Ills 
Majesty's last Tuesdny. in aid of the Itoyal 
Free MoHtiltnl. Tlie tunllnee wns under roy- 
al and (Usilngtilslted patronage. 

"Ills House in Order," under the title of 
"La 4'asu In Online," lius just been produced 
nt the Theatre Mnnzonl, m Milan, where It 
achieved a brilliant Hiircem alike with the 
critics nnd the public. 

Tom B. Unvls lias arranged with Lewis 
Waller that bU hNij- at the Lyric, shall con- 
tinue until July 14, and the continued popu- 
Itirlly of "Hrlgmller tleranl" leaves Utile- 
'doubt litnt no change of bill will be required 
nt Mini luiiise unlil the dale In (pies! Ion. 

Next WednestlBV nfternonn Arthur llottr- 
cbler, In cnuj unci inn with Chnrles Prohman, 
will produce nt the (JnrrlcW a ruallc comedy. 
In funr ncln. cnltlletl 'The Tlilnl Time of 
Asking," In it Mi. 8nnii»nn lu to piny Hie 
I mrt of a village HnmpRou, a rharacier, alike 
hi ninnuer and denieutuir, i-oiii|)letely removcl 
from thntof "The Kas4 > lnatlug Mr. Vander- 
veldt." The Utile piece Ik adapted from ii 
short story bearing the same title, and the 
scene Is laid In n Liiiiijuiilre- hamlet. 

Itejnne-'s sensou at tbe Hnyalty will com- 
mence Lite in June, and her repertory will 
Include Hardoii'K "Ijl Piste." which wns pro- 
duced In Paris durlug the early part of the 
year. A new play by Pierre Itertnu, aullmr 
of "Znxa," will :i sit lie done during the sen- 
son. 

"The Ceisbn" rehearsals are progressing 
fuvor&bly at Dalr's. I nm glren to under- 
stand that May tie Sonsa will he the new 
U claim when the piece Is rerired at iluu 
hoitae. 

FuJI-Ko, the Japanese actress, will pro- 
duce In j.onnVn ibis season a one ut-t piav. 
entitled "The l^ove of n lielsha," and pre- 
Kentlttg the doctrine of Nlrvauua In u popu- 
lar form. 

Tbe theatres nod mtndc hall committee of 
the London County council report that tests 
aa to the lire resisting qualities of sueclilly 
treated Bceaerj kave beeu made, and fouod 



I ur nuniuju, - - " _ 

Horry Crocker, formerly state manager of 
the Lyceum, and late of tbe Olympla, Liver- 
pool, bos been appointed stage manager <>T 
the Coliseum. A new edition of "The Heviie 
was Introduced at tbe latter bonne. la«t Mon- 
day, several new numbers andfretdi business* 
Mog Introdnred. At lb* all o'clock MT 
Ijaurs Bradneld la playlog the part of Com- 
iwre, three shows a day lielng too much for 
the iMtpular comedian. Tom K Murray. At 
the same show Oodwynne Rarle ploys Bfllle 
Burke's pari, Cnmmere. 

A now hntlft at the Athamhra Is due in 
IV course of n month. In H a revision is 
mode to the strictly classical style of danc- 
ing. A uovehy. still without a name, has 
been written and arranged by Charlp* Wll- 
mu, from n scenario, by Mrs. Hay-RltCBle> t 
the music being the work of Francois Thome. 
The production will Introduce two new danc- 
ers, Maria Bordln. premiere ballerina of Iji 
Seals, Milan, ond Knrica Varasl. the pre- 
miere baiWIna of Ihe Opera Honse. YIenna, 
the second of whom l» said lo have secured 
o siiccpss in lite ballet of "Copella," la New 
York. • ■ 

Aleinndm I>agmar. Ihe nopaiinr come- 
dienne. Is now on the Moss A Htoll tour, and 
occupving the headline position on the bills. 
Hhe opens In I^ihdon at the Tlvoll on Angnst 
Hank Holiday, and It Is nnlte IIMMlihl that 
slie will visit New York during tbe mmlng 
Winter.- • ■ It 

The Kbmtlgs colled at the office one day 
this week. Tliey ore here on a short visit, 
after which they go to Denmark to visit 
relatives. They have given two or three 
private performances for the lienent of some 
of the leading managers nnd agents In this 
city. 

On Monday Maskelyne ond Devant pro- 
duced at St. tieorge's Hall a new ond original 
farce, with magical effects, enlilled "Dr. Hur- 
ley's Experiment.* 1 

A special Harrv Muder tualtiiee won given 
at the TIM! on Wednesday. Ills present 
engagement at that house closes to-night, and 
ninny of Ills admirers requested the manage- 
ment tn Induce Mr. lender to reproduce some 
of his former most sncceRSfnl snug sketehe*. 
He sang "Toliermnrir." Introducing "Rocked 
hi the Cradle nf the I>eep." "Slop Your 
Tlcklln'. Jock." "The Softest of tbe Family." 
"She's My Daisy." "I'm Foil" tbe Noo." "Ma 
Scotch Bluebell, 1 ' etc. 

Hum Sorln ond Ida Oladstnne. after n long 
stay on the Moss k Stoll tour, sailed for the 
Stales early In the week, on ihe i.'urrraula. 

The Harmony- Four, Inst back from their 
abort tour lit America, are gulng bigger than 
ever, and are now billed as "The Famous 
llnriuouy Four." 

After a week at Ihe T#ondon Sboredltcb. 
the Islington Rniplre. and the Brighton Em- 
pire, Frohel and Huge go to Paris for the 
month of July, with Leipzig. Berlin nnd Dus- 
seldorf to follow, a month being spent nt 
each place. 

Collins and Hawlev did go to South Afrlcft 
nfter all. I received n letter from tbe for- 
mer, mailed at Marseilles. 

Quite a merry party come over on the 
Mlnnetouko, which arrived flt Tilbury Docks 
the middle nf the week. Adgle, Mr. and 
Mrs. Adolph filnse. Miss Olose, Hal Oodfrey 
nnd Mr. Jones participated In the* concert, 
nnd T am told that the show was a very tine 
one. Angle's lions amused the passengers, 
especially n smnll cub. which was taben by 
the well known trainer for a dally promeondc 
on Ihe deck. 

Willie Pnnt7er. of the Pantzer Brothers, 
will shortly make his appearauce In a new 
net. said to be entirely new and original. 
Tlie hilling matter will read Willie Pantzer 
nnd Company. ■ ..... 

Heeley and Meely appear it the Marseilles 
until Monday, then tbev go to the Casino 
des 1,11ns. Bordeaux, for ten days. They re- 
turn to Kugland on June 18, opening at the 
T'nlace. (ilasgow. with their capital offering, 
"Two Lucky Tramps." 

Tbe following write-up appears In a Brigh- 
ton paper, and tlie writer must have dug up 
n dictionary: "A ridiculously comical ebulli- 
tion of negro humor drafted on In the appa- 
rently Irresponsible person of a crisped hair 
nigger, .called Harry Brown — who's by way 
of being a celebrity In his way, as be com- 
poiies bis own songs. Their cracked brained 
sentiments nnd the weird antics of their con- 
coctor would hnve knocked the proverhlnl 
stole off his perch. As be said, 'You're gut to 
lie balmy nowadays to get ne -money." " ■ 

The balance sheet of the Oxford will be 
rend to the shareholders on Monday. A ten 
per cenl. dividend will lie declared, which to- 
gether with the bonus of three shillings, will 
hrlog It up to IWrteen tier cent. Apart from 
this six thousand pounds will lie added tn the 
reserve fund, bringing It up to forty thousand 
pounds. - Tills brenks nil nnanclnl records so 
for aa the Oxford Is concerned, and Is a tri- 
bute to the able manner In which the directors 
have conducted its affairs, besidea being n 
feather In the cap of Albert lilliner. under 
whose management the prosperity of the Ox- 
ford 1ms increased bv leaps and bounds. 

The Umpire Comedy Four bottom the hill 
at the filasgnw (.'otheiim this week, and re- 
port meeting with great success, notwith- 
standing thnt they have played Hlnsgow three 
times since January. Next week they move 
into Ihe Hippodrome, same town. The week 
of June 4 lite Orand, Hnnley, will he played. 
Conn nnd Conrad are sailing for the Stales 
on Sept. 7. where they will carry out con- 
tracts for twenty-live weeks' bonking, after 
which they return to England to go over Ihe 
Moss ft Stoll lour again. 

Toledo- nnd Price, the well known contor- 
tionists, hnd ■ grenl opening at the lltlace* 
this week, and have made such a good 'Im- 
pression on their first nppearunce In this 
country that Ihey hnve already concluded ar- 
ningenients for live months' hooking of cou- 
ilnentnl time. Manager Butt hns given them 
a very line plaiv on the Mil. nail Ihey are 
.meeting with the success deserving of Ibe 
place. , - >• 

Mnnnger Ben Tlcber has released Frederick 
Ireland from bis contract to mnnnge and 
produce spectacular. nuiBlcel aud sensational 
shows at tin' Apoiln Theatre, Vienna, during 
ibe next three years. A difference of opinion 
regarding the first production csiised Mr. 
Ireland lo nsk for his release. 

Ike Itose has lieen'ln town for Ihe post ten 
days. .Mrs. Hose (Snlmret) "the money get- 
ter of the contlueni." Is -.villi her luiNonnd, 
nnd both are taking n well earned rest. Iko 
spends most of his time giving Infortunium 
to Urns'* contemplating a trip to the eotitl- 
neui. And be enn give valuable Information. 
What lie does not know about the roni Incut 
Is not worth kunwlng. 



Her Majesty's Theatre on Saturday night 
saw tbe revival of "The Orchid." The cho- 
rusea, ai usual, were excellent, ana tbe piece 
met with an enthusiastic reception. 

There was a great Attendance on, Saturday 
night- at the Theatre Boyal. where "Besieged 
In Port Arthur" entered upon lis last five 
nights. The war dramn went mooorbty, tbe 
destructions of the ironclads and tbe final 
storming of tbe fortress, exciting especial en- 
thusiasm. On Saturday next Bland Holt 
will produce Hall t'aln's "The Prodigal Son." 
Every part of tbe Criterion Theatre was 
deusely crowded when ihe rurtnln rose uu 
••The Fatal Wedding" ou Saturday evening. 
and the scene In watch Jessie (little Md*'- 
Posuer) was temporarily arrested by the 
good-hearted policeman for tbe alleged theft 
of money from the adventuress, was fol- 
lowed Willi tbe closest sympathy. Me-yaell 
k Otino -have staged "Tbe Fatal Wedding 
richly, and the children's 'Scenes, witb the 
songs nnd marches, hove been well rehearsed. 
'roe main feature of interest, at tbe Tivolf 
Theatre ou Suturday night was the appear- 
ance of a trio of American comedy people, 
Marguerite Keller, -Homer B. Masoa and 
Henry Trarers- They presented a sketch 
entitled "Hooked by < .rook," In which a pbll- 
nntbroplc burglar, breaking in on a fefe-a- 
fefr between a young bachelor nnd his sweet- 
heart, urges matrimony upon tlie -young 
couple at tbe point of a revolver and then 
leaves them with his blessing nnd bnlf a 
dollar, which he got from the man next 
door. The sketch Is clever and original, and 
produced an excellent Impression. ■ Alice Ray- 
mond, the lady cornet player, contributed an 
eujoyable. turu In association with Jobn Kur- 
kamp.' Larola provided an amusing variety 
of acrobatic and balancing fears The 
Dancing Gilberts. Slode Murray, Fred Bluett 
Ihe Three Lees, Tambo nnd Tnmbo, Bochforr 
and Hart, Fanny Powers, Baby Watson nod 
Hose Cohani also contributed to ihe. success 
of the entertainment. The. Eight. Kngtinh 
Primroses nnd the Two Bells finished ilieir 
Sydney season with ttlckards -ou Friday, and 
left for Perth, where they do n season nf 
three and n bnlf weeks, and then return to 
KnglouiJ. 

In Melbourne tbe audiences have' been con- 
sistently large and appreciative, the attrac- 
tion lielng "Uoroiiiy Vernon," produced by 
J. C Williamson's Co., headedl by TIttel 
Brune. - . . - . 

The last nights i-i f "La Filie de Tambour 
Major." it the Princess Theatre, are now on- 
nouncsd,' and only n few more performance'* 
of that bright and tuneful piece' remala be- 
fore \Vro. 'Anderson's "Australian" Comic 
Opera Co. leaves Melbourne tn nil touring en- 
gagements hooked some time ago. 

At the Theatre Koyai "Toe Midnight Mall" 
continues to draw large audiences, who 
evince the llerllcst Interest In tbe exciting 
episodes of the melodrama, and tlie piece 
should retain Its hold upon the public for 
quite as long as Its season lasted In Sydney. 

Those excellent r drawing- room eotertalner* 
Leslie Harris and Madame Yeamans-Tltus. 
modi* her last appearance at tbe Athe- 
iitpum Hall on Saturday evening, where their 
clever nnd humorous sketches have amused 
large audiences for the last fortnight. 

At the Opera House, matinee on Saturday 
afternoon, the Bndluin Olrls. a team of danr- 
ers with tbe-lateat novelty stage effect*, made 
their first, Melbourne appearauce with Mr 
Rlcknrd's corapaoy. the other members of 
which, Including Mortlneltl and Orossi, Nsda 
Morel, and the Hlles-stnrordale Quintette, 
will also contribute fresh specialties during 
the coming week. 

The Lar.nru*. a clever -troupe of. acrobats. 
Join V. M, Clark's company at "tbe (laletv 
Theatre, and -another Iteoi'iu the change o'f 
tbe programme on Satunlav night wasa 'new 
lilogiaph tllra. entitled "Tlie Hen that Laid 
the Golden Eggs.-t" MM--' 

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MISSOURI. 



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Oil! AUSTRALIAN I.RTTF.K. 



FROM OUR OWN' COimr.Rl'ONliENT. 



Sv tNi:v, April rtfl. 
The principal event in theatrical circles 
on Saturdny night wns Alfred Hill's new 
opera, "A Moorish Mnld," which was pro- 
duced for the first Hue In Australia at. tbe 
Palace Theatre. Although tlie standard of 
ibis opera Is uot up lo the cantata "Illne- 
moa," or ihe operas "Tapu" and : Lady 
Dolly," which were conducted it the very 
Etfue, theatre by Mr. Hill some vears ago, 
hi 111, from a popular staudpulnt. It Is n grent 
success, and received ibe hall-mark of public 
approval. Tlie principals who contributed 
to the success of ibe production were: Ro 
Sinn Buckmann, as Lit Zira ; Alay Ueatty, 
as Marie: May Oarstaur. as Meoa : Edward 
Laurl. as Gastro, acd Cbaa. McNaiigbion, as 
Uldeon Uoy. 



KaaasMn City.— At the Willis Wood. Nat 
C, (ioodwlu, ,lnne 7-it, will close tbe season of 
tbe house 

CIiuxd Oprra rfot;sn 4Hudson & Judab. 
managers). —Last week "Buster Brown" 
came to big business. Master Glovanl, aa 
Buster, scored a hit. This closed the season 
of the house. 

Gili.ii Oprka Holst. (R S. Brlgbam, inan- 
nger); — Laat week "Dora Thome- played to 

food busiuesa Tbe company remained over 
or Sunday, June 3, and the house then 
closed. - • 

Cumi (J. J. Barrett, manager).— Mat 
week the New Century Olrls hnd good busi- 
ness, and closed the house. 

AroiTOftii;>r. — Last week fbe .Woodward 
Stock Co. started n Summer engagement, 
presenting "The Cavalier" as tbe first offer- 
ing. Eva Long. On. Farren, Will Davis, 
Harry Lorn* aud John Davles, all old favor- 
ites, received warm welcomes, and the new 
people were: Albert Morrison. Mav Hill, 
Hose Curry, Isodore Martlu, Marie 'Hudon. 
John Todd, Frank Meters, Chss. Scholleld 
nnd X. Jackson. All Rcored a bit, Tbl* 
week. "In the Palace of tbe King." "The 
Little Minister" next. 

Ki,KCTxrc Park ( Snm Benjamin, mana- 
ger). — Ellery's Band Is still drawing big 
crowds In the Uermau village this week'R 
hill Includes: Maud Rockwell, the McCoy 
Trio. Margaret McBrlde, and the Hawes Sis- 
ters. ..... 

Forest Hark (IMoyd Brown, maanger). — 
Last week, the Boyal Hungarian Tlussar 
Band opened a limited engagement, and was 
well received. l n Hopkins' Theatre the bill 
this week includes : Tlie Rossow Midgets. Hie 
Baader-La Velle Trio. I* Mnrtyne and Nell- 
son, nnd Anna Franklin. 

wmmanei Park (Ben nosenthal, mnofl- 
ger). — Tliia lieautlful natural nark opened 
to a record breaking crowd Snndav, May 21. 
and nil were thoroughly delighted with the 
many changes Manager Rosenthal has made. 
Hlner's Military Band, forty sirong. scored 
a big hit In the natural arajililtnentre. In Ibe 
theatre the Imperial t'lunrtlv Co. gave "King 
Zero," to delighted audiences. The rninprinr 
numbered seven clever comedians, with a 
chorus or thirty. There ore mnny new conces- 
sions this season. 

SI. Joseph — At the Lyceum Theatre (C. 
H, I'hllley, manager) the Lyceum Stock Co. 
Is doing good business. -The Middleman" 
was the bill week ending .Tune 2. 

crystal'' Tiikatbr ( Fi N Cosmon. maui- 
ger). — Business cnnlintteR good. For tbe 
oiieulug week of Crystal Pork. June a, .the 
bill Is: The De Forests. Wm. Q, ttoger^, 
Clias and Kntherlne iilbsoti. Itecklesn Rw- 
Inw, Waller r. Wllaon, Kenton and f^wnlne, 
and I'osmon's moving pictures. 

Note. — Work on the New Crystal, corner 
Fifth nnd. Charles Streets. Is being pushed. 
Wbeu completed II will have a seating cs- 
lioclly of l.fiOD. This house will Is- opened 
Sept. 16, 

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WEST VIKfilMA. 



Wlieeitng-— At the Court Tliealre fK B. 
Fram-lielm, nmoegerl rnoTlog plclttres of Ibe 
San Frnuelsco earthquake and lire. Mav 2R 
:t<>, had fair biiRlness. Tbls theatre bas 
closed its doors for the senson. 

ni.ini; ill. w. Hogers, manager). — The 
house Is closed for the season. 

\\n.F.\.is<, p.uik 4'vsino (Qeo. A. Ue- 
I.Qughlln. mnnnrer).— Sarah Bernhardt, la 
"Comille." June 1, bad good business. 

Coney 1hi,ano iH. W. -Rogers, manager I. 
— Otvlng to some trouble 4'onterno'a Band 
dosed Moy 27. On account of this closing, 
the people at Ibe BIJou Theatre filled tbe en- 
gagement, and owlug to the cool weather, 
business was light. .... .The Herald Square 

Opera Co., In repertory, week of June 4. 
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4do.ii arrived In London, May 2«. ,i 



June 9. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



439 



notice TO CORRESPONDENTS. 

Our i»«lrl«J eorrapmienU an hereby 
m Htd «*«».**• wnlMltoh nolo htU t>u 
,»,„ wpiml «» /«»« '• Thtu art hatfnM 
to niiim' faeaa to «>U o/flco at nut, lor 
tincirl f" tm-ntn- 

in 

WISCONSIN. 

Mil vino kep. — Tha ''Brown-Baker Stock 
i-it' vhli'li oiiL-ncd tin Indefinite run at the 
Iiiililnon May '-'«• »«», t»PtUf«l It" town. 
Ai evcrr performance It wis neceaaary to 
,i. m< ,ve the orcneatra, and put In extra 
.bairn l,cr« numbers were turned away at 
Ktverai rerfornmnces. Menars Brown and 
HHkcr are certainly to be congfatulalcil. 
.°;ri.ii»lnrk" wna the opening; olterlnif, and 
ihr roniLwny Inrluded all of the eld favor- 
ir«— laEta Iwrkln, Albert Brown. Uie 
l-ikrr Rllev rtinroberluln. Colin Campbell, 
:. c laaid I'a'rry, Grace Mao Utnllkln, Illanctis 
rfoiler and Kdlth Kvelyn. Also May Ixralse 
Alaen wbo wom recalled aa ode of the most 
Imiilir members of the old Salliibnry Stock 
Co anil who scored one of the biggest hits 
lli the hlatory of stock productions In thin 
,iiv In Hie role of I'anny La Grande. In 
sipbo." "What Happened to Jones" Juno 

BucnC— "As Told In tne llllla," last week, 
lareil ciceptlonallr well, all things tonccj-ne'l. 
Mannuer John R. Mecca offcra "When K-nlibt- 
hood Va« \" Flower" 3-0, 'The Old L'lolaca 

Stab IF.' B. Tro'ttman. manager).— Tne 
Ktsr Sbow Olrla. last week, drew well filled 
hoii'ts. The Folly Blirlesouers ill). Sun- 
day, in, has been set ssldc »b a grand ama- 
Iciir r*rformance. .... 

(BYKMI. IK. B. Winter, manager).— Bual- 
nen continues elcellent. I'conlo week of 4 : 
Fuller, nose and company. Raymond real, 
Karl and Wilson. Queen and Ross.snd Lewis 
Uiuinan. The Crystalgrspli continues. 

IVuNbBBlAHti. — Season to date has not 
heen ub to eipectatlonH..on account of weath- 
er wnditlons. However, nevcraj big days 
hare been In evidence. Manager Tboa. \\hal 
Ine feels assured of a good acason. Follow- 
ing for week of -1 : Dare Devil Dasb. Benton 
and Beaton. Belle Hordnh. and S adie Heir. 

Can cinlrt.— At the Unique (Wm. Ar- 
mnnd. manager), bill (or May 27 and week: 
Swor and Westbrook. Delia Watson. Claude 
Austin Wm. ArmaOd, Vsrdona and Dur,n, 
and Francis Co. gave au excellent perform- 
ance and Immense biislbea*. -■ 

■Now.— William J: Oilman, contracting 
agent for tie Campbell Bros. Shows. waB 
here IT, making arrangements for the at- 
tractions, whic h wljl ellilhlt here June 10. 

La Croane At the BIJou (AI. Scnilberg. 

manager!, bill for week at June 4 : PIMM 
Bros, liarnellas, the Musical Reeds, and Jack 
O'TooIe. 

. **-* 

CANADA. 



Montreal At Ills Majesty s (H. Q. 

Brooks, manager) E. S. Wlllard drew crowded 
houses May 2H-31. House is now closed. 

AcabEAll ok Misic (Walter Creates m«n- 
agcrl.— Richards 4 lTIngle's Mlnaelrela bad 
fair allendance. und closed Wis bouse tor the 
season, last week. - - . 

Royal (H. C. Egerton. manager).— (,ood 
houses greeted the London Gaiety Olrla last 



week. The Bowery (Jirlo June 4-9. 

Kbakcaib <F. w. L« Clair. >>wm>? ' ',77 
"The lloty City" came to_bt£ attendance. A 



Mad love" 4-6, "For His Brotntr-a Crime" 

National Khancais (C. Gaurreau. mana- 

f en.— The permanent French stock company, 
h "Rultan U Maudlt," drew (air attendance. 

Sonne, "lUajc (Lavlgne & Lajole, mana- 
gers).— Fair attendance for opening week. 
The bill laat week Included: Three Nevarros. 
Wallenberg*. Kenny aud Delgarmo. tlio 
ilolden City Qulnte. :, and Blmm, Bomm, 

■Vtawm PAuk (Al. K. Read, ntanager).— 
Cool weather affected the attendance doting 
the past week. The bill: The Sldonlas, M 
Rov and r,e Vau'lon, Miller's elephants, and 
SefbltLl and (irovlnl. 

iio'iimc.v Pa»S (II. A. Dorsey, manager. 
—This park opened 2, with Duss and Ills 
Band, the Nohrens, and the Wliard Brotbera. 

tlvllKAsH (J. Bedard. manager). — tills 
vaudevUle theatre had fair attendance during: 
the past week, with French burlesque, Rao 
Corrle, and Wha lley and WUalley. 

Wlniilneir.— \t Hie Dominion (D. Doug- 
las, maaager). the bill (or week of May -18: 
The Three Armstrongs. Arthur Iteming, Leo 
lin J rbapnr.au. Kerue and Cole. Jno. W. World 
nod Mlndell Kingston, Haldu Veaton, and 
kliioriromo. J.. 

SlUpu ;(N'ash Si Burrows, proprietors).— 
lowing for week or 28 : Addlsou aud Liv- 
ingstone. Ceo. A. Clark. .Bobby. Mack, 'Jlielmu 
De Verne. Allen Doone, and Hdna Kccley 
nod raoclon pictures. ...... 

s«. cat bar I uea At the Grand Opera 

House (Cna». II'. Wilson, manager) 'The 
noyul Slave" had a lair house May 28. Ibo 
theatre had a successful season, and Is now 
i-lnsed for Ihe Summer. 
_ Cuuk BnoTilans' Circus June 4^ — — . 

Hli$ceHaneott$> 

*~ ' ,m r ' ' '■ 

ROSTBB OK TUB PAWMBB BlI.L HBMClXI 
f.'o. : v'c qneood ia I'lttHtmrg, .indor canvas. 
Max 'I- jyusicpsa Inia been good, and nil 
QKmben or the comiiany lire od Joying, gui-d 
UmIIo. Dr. <\ Hill, proprlelor; Hapny Jairk 
Samprselle, muoiiger and siliBlilff and tliar- 
nVier comed ia d ; Harry Ht. (;ormalne. lec- 
turer ; 5fr. nntl Mrs. L)e tJibouulne. comply 
anrt miMiial ulcetch : I.aui-e IT© <JIdoqoIhp, 
moaologlBt ; McDowell Broti. (Jim and Billy), 
(.'oincdy licrobiitH; Bud Ia Yuer, magic anil 
riintU and Judy ; tne De (Jlbonolses, llltiy- 
t rated aongtj and moving plcturea; Krank 
Batett. piuQlst. All nrc nHppy. and we en- 
joy reading the Old Reliabi-h every week. 
Tun JIl.voLO I'AJin.i, whlfh closed a*ltn 
thp Trcvlno Clrciia at the City of Mexico. 
May XL have Klgned wltli the ClntlnDatl 
AmuriraieDt Co., ut Ijetlnjton, Ky. ( „. ,. 

ALBtBT AHU L-'JlltDi KtTK write i ' WDllC 

plajlnj Marinette, on the BUou circuit, week 
of March 19, the male members of Ihe team 
•■oQirarted a severe case of amall poi, which 
' fimpelled us to cancel all our Michigan lime- 
We loloed Cook it Rock's Shows May 8, for 
the Summer season, urn I our act la the feat- 
ure attraction." 

Jack a.»d (...aha Kbuowh and D. M. Itocb- 
well opened In Camp with a brand new out tit, 
■itlng a HOOxlOft. wide wall, with a atage 
10x19. and a full set of H-I. . WJ . ^Ve are 
playing 1q Mlasotirl, to a good buHlness. Our 
company consists of «even people: Jack Tcl- 
\VK<t. lecturer; D. M. Rockwell, piano: Mra. 
Clara KellowB. treasurer ; Charlen Esiep, 
dancer: Frank and Ornu Mlzxeo, sketcneH, 
anH Cieo. dqdliip, ro median. 

SfvnM fttoM thb Lyman H. Huwb Movi.no 
rnTi:BK Co., No. !l. U'eatern.— We will clone 
T.'e.lnpRday. .Tiioe ii. al Butler. Pa., after a 
very Kiicce»nfiil seaaon of forty-one weekw. 
The company Include* ': Uoberf A. Brackett, 
btislneiw manager: Wm. «*. Pfluger, hooking 
agent: Harrv Farrlnger. advance agent ; Jack 
("arleton. st'aim director: Fred IT. Rozern, 
electrician : John J. Saunders, musical direc- 
tor. Mr. Itrackett expects to upend lilf* Bum- 
mer vacation at I."? Angelex. Cal. : Mr. 
Itojtera and Jolm .1. Haundera will go to Svw 
York City. All members have Rlgaed con- 
tract! for next Reason as future profipeclH 
omt In the Western country look bright and 
promising. 



NEW JERHE\. 

Newark— At I*roctor - 8 (!•'. P. - Troctor, 
nukDBfer), the hill week of June 4: Mauds 
Lambert, Carter De Haven ana Flora Parker, 
H umii and, Oarduer, Abdul Kader and his 
tlifree wives, Bluckaon and fliirna, Taylor 
llnlDaca, Morion and Diamond, and Gtis 
laeonard. 

itoLvmiA (31. .7. Jacobs, manager).— The 
rawi stock Co. ended Its engagement 'J, 
and the house closed. 

Bt-ANEY'H (J. ll. Bucken, manager).— 
•Tracy, the Outlaw." wound up. the season 
tor HI | theatre y. IManager Bucken recelvca 
a benettt 4 -"hen a long vaudeville pro- 
gramme will be glven- 

Walohannh (W. 8. Clark, nanager).— 
■Cue season doaed here 2. when the Moon- 
light Maids played their final week, to fair 
houses. 

(|t.VMPtc I'aiik |C K. Wefera. manager). 
— -Thla riimlly resort opened the neaion aus- 
piciously May l!7. with the Ahorn Opera Co., 
In jMmttV? The ojicra was well rendered, 
and held the attention of a Iiirge audience. 
The various attractions are receiving good 
liiiHlneaa. The Atom opera Co. tin* oeeu 
engaged for tne entire Hpason, and ■"pears 
In "The l'lrate* of Penzance," June fO. 

KJtcnilC Pirk (0. A. Dunlap, manager). 
— Tbls park was fnrnially opened for the 
season Ma.v ST. The most novel and Interest- 
ing feature. for the current aeason proved To 
be the pyrotechnic display. "The Eruption of 
Vesuvius." All the other attractions are get- 
ting Into shape. . ■ 

Uillsidb Park (M. A. Tolls, manager).— 
This resort was opened May 27, for the sea- 
son, with Ollvo Swan's Eiiuestrleune and flip- 
Itorfi-onn*. The balloon aBcehaloila continue 
each Hunday, and draw good crowds. 

.Vote. — Plans for extensive alterations <o 
the Kmplrc Tlu-atrc have been submitted to 
the city building' committee. They provide 
for rhangea to cost $50,000. The house, when 
coniileteii, will be called the Sluibprt. The 
top anllery and mezzanine floor will lie elimi- 
nated and the other doors readjusted. 
,i, , - i, » r ...- 

AtlasiHe City.— At the Savoy (Kred E. 
Moore, manager) (ieorgc M. Cohan plajed to 

blc hiiHlness May SO-June 2, presenting "The 
f.nvcrnor'H Sod." Viola Allen 4, Brandon 
Courtney's Plnyers.S-O. 

ToUNG'H PikA Tiibatrf (Vf. K. Shackel- 
ford, manager). — Vaudeville continues to re- 
peat Uk Mirers* here. Saniii Uernbardt comes 
o. for one performance. BUI week of 4 (ex- 
cept 0) : Montague's trained cockatoos, Leo 
Carrlllo, Oartelle Brothers, Deery and I/ran- 
cls. the Alvlo Brothers, Mr. and Mrs, Jimmy 
Barry, the Kllte Musical Kour, the Rose De 
lliivcti Sextet, klnetografih. 

Htkeplrchari; Pikr (G. W. I'lcmenls, man- 
ager). — The Hummer serisoo opens 4. with 
tTiHrt. lioward.' N>vin> and Arnold, Mr. and 
Mrs Browning, Mulrene and Thomas, JameH 
and Daviri, Bd. Mora, Koppe and Koppe, and 
vltagrHpli. 

tvuvBRN'ATOit'a i Sidney Kern, manager). — 
This Uouae reopens for c * j ■_- Summer 4, under 
the same management ns In tbe past. Tho 
it'll: (iurdner and Golden, MIrlo and com- 
p.iuy. the Bvoretls, Two Musical Monarch*. 
Berrv and Muttesk. Mrs. C l^eslle Uvans and 
company, the Great, l.yiich. Ben Krankl'u 
und Toudlcs, the Three Jnchsons, Kennedy 
and v/viiU'i, Buch Bros^ Starr Sisters, BIcj 
Kaully, Rohertcheck and Raum, Four Bhaa- 
ttons, and Motile Myro Troupe- 
a ■ - ■ — 

Camden.— Wood Lynne Park (11. D. Le 
fit n, manager), this ptctty resort made its 
IflOd \><y.v on Memorial Day. The enlarged 
theatre, in which vaudeville shows are given 
nightly, bas played to capacity blnce the 
(*i:eiilitg. Manager La Cato. who took hold 
Ia«t senson'when tbe park was coramenclng 
to lose caste, has, In one eeasoti,, done mar- 
vela, enlarging the theatre and makine It a 
place that one enjoys visiting. Tony. Baker, 
of black face fame. Is looking after the stHge 
inunugenient of the theatre. Been here dur- 
ing dm oponlDg week were : It Clinton Hceley, 
Bob Garnetla and Mac shirk, Hdward Tan- 
ner and Clara Gilbert, It. Thomas Miller, 
.Tiilew llarnm, and !*amoun Acme irour. Pro- 
fesisor J. Nugent is miulcal director. 

♦•» - 

MICIIIGATT. 



Detroit At the Temple Theatre (J. H. 

Moore, manager) an excellent hill played to 
tln« business. For week of June 4: Claude 
Cllllngwater- and company, Matin fiteveai-, 
BedioX and Arthur, ilosaire aud Doreto, Kind- 
Ihv arid Burke, Ben AVarab, Mai lory Bros., 
Brooks nnd Mallktuy. Josle and Willie Bar- 
rows, nod the klnograpj)- 

TncEL'M (R I>. Stair, manager). — The 
Vaughn (Baser Co., In "Miss Hobbs." Nest 
week the same company. In "When We Were 
Tweniy-on*." , , > . . 

. Whitkkv (Ii. D. Stair, manager). — "Whea 
the World Sleeps" played to good business. 
Tbe tivldeu Co.. In \xobodys Claim." 4- n - 

Avb-SiiK (Camplwll fc Drew, managers). — 
The Tiger Miles played to fair business. I'lio 
Avenue Girls 4f* 

r'Hi'STAi, (J. J- Nasb. manager). — A fair 
Mil Bared to fend business, week of 4 : Al. 
Jolson, -iohu Hint Alice McDowell, I'aiad and 
De Verne. Mexlas and Mexfris. Marie C'eclov, 
Ansuii Sclilriiurt, and Lbe.klnodrnme. 
■ • ■ — ■- ■ — 

Bay Cltj.- At the Washington (W. J. 
Daunt, manager) Mine. Mantelll. Mav -'7. 
rancelcd- Blanche Walah, In "The Woman 
In the Case." tilled the house to trje doors. 
iirul closed tlie regular ueasnu of tbla tbentrf. 

Bi.iou 1J. D. Pllmore, , uianager). — Week 
of May 28. large audlenceM were pleased hv 
tbe Budd Bros., the Three Barneys, James 
Dunn, Margaret .Shannon, Charles Roche and 
the blograph. 

Wksona BbACH CASINO (L. W. Richards, 
lanuHRer) opens for the Summer season Juue 
3. with the following: Kred Wyekoff and 
i-ompany, (ielger and Walters. Herbert and 
Rogers, ihe ■ Murvelous Pages, Ktta Kyvle 
Deiicb and Ihe kiueloscope. 
■ ' " 

Grand Unplds. — At the Ramona Theatre 
f Lew Delamatcr. manager) tttractlona for 
week of June 3 are : Coin's dogs. Kleurette 
Sisters. Marlon (.arson, Marshall and to- 
raloe. Meximn Tourists Quintet, nnd Mullen 
and Correlll. 

tiODraov's (Chas. tiodfroy. manager). — 
Week of. :i ; Holland and Vernon, Hope and 
Thelx, Klein and Klein, Andy Bice, and Wll- 
lard and Hughes. 

Carl Uauesbacbl's Snow comes 8. 

Battle Creek — At the Post Theatre IB. 
R Smltb, manager) lime. Mantelll and com- 
pany sbuk "II Troratore" tn a highly please*! 
audlenrp May Hi Blanche Walsh, la "Thn 
Wonuin In tbe Case." pleased a good house 
28. Henrietta Crosman was the closing at- 
traction at this house. 31. . 

Bun" MV. S. Biitterlield. manager).— rA 
Kattsfactory bill for. week of 28 Included: 
June James. Clifford WllUns, George Hill- 
man. Tempest and Sunshine, Fred Harden, 
Wl lev- Ferris and company, and the cllneto- 
scope. 

k* in mason. — Al (he Academy of Mimic 
fB. A. Bush, manager. HI HenryH Minstrels 
played to good houses May 20. Henrietta 
Crnsman closed tbe season at tnla theatre 
June 1 . 

BiJpu (W. H. Butterfleld, manaoerl. — 
Buslnesa continues good. Bill for week of 4 ; 
Vara and company, Casey and Cranr. Figaro, 
juggler . Jennie Colborn, the Five Andrews, 
I/)uls Boomlires, andflurney Clsler. 

HAORNuecK's flnoHT conoea f). 
— -i » ' ■■ 

JlanlBt «•*.-' -At the Bamsdell (R. K. Itanu- 
delU manager) thp theatrical season closed 
May 51, with "What Women Will Do." The 



house will remain dark until tbe latter part 
of August or the first of September. 

Nam.— There will be no vaudeville at. tbe 
park Ibis Summer, the pavilion having been 
changed Into a dance hall. 

; ««» 

KANSAS. 



Wichita. — At the Crawford OL u. Mart- 
Mag, manager) "A New York Ulrl" drew fair 
business May US. 

Bi.foi: Am-noMC ((*. E. Oleson, manager), 
— People for week-af June 4: Anern and 
Batter, De Von. Sinters, Nat Blossom, Kasle 
Davis and Bljougraph. 

Womikp.lanu Tack Thlatrk (J. T. Nuttle, 
matiHgorl.— The bill for week of 4 : Dcdrlck 
Bros., Welts and Hells, Ferry, Whlteman, 
t'. S. (Jovernment Indian Band nnd moving 
pictures. 

Wallace Shows packed the tent May at). 

UaudtoilleandmiHatrtl 

'j. Golbman informs us thai be lost only 
three of his dugs while at tin* Orpheunt, Man 
Frnnclaco, during the cartbiiuake. 

Tug Hhaih/uuhs (colored) are hooked to 
appear al Utirtlg A Seamon's, K. Y. City, 
week of June 11. 

Mas. Alice McCann, profession ally known 
as Alice Sinclair, writes: "1 am anxious! to 
hear of my hii-tUatui, who vras with theJack- 
9on High t.'lusa YaudQvllle Show, and wan In 
Han Krauciscu, or near then, wbeu the earth- 
quake occurred last April. Ills name Is Archie 
P, McCann, and ho Is a black faccmonologtst 
end hone soloist." 

Kot'KviLiJA, Co.VN„ Nonw. — Our Trolley 
Week celebration closed Saturday, May 2tt, 
and was a big success In every, way for tbe 
Uockvlllc Business Men's Association. Tliou- 
uuiirtrj of people vli-Med bore for the first tiini*. 
and were well entertained. Band concerts 
were given every night, free trolley rides, 
finest electric Illuminations ever seen In this 
vicinity, a good midway, and free vaudeville 
every afternoon and nlghr* made It a, gala 
week in every respect. Frank A. aTsWhlar 
t'li'cuH did good business on Frldny, and gave 
the beat of satlafuctldii. Mr. Robhtns kindly 
gave the use of bis Banda Itosjsa for a ppeclnl 
coiicert In the na>k> nod -t wai by all means 
one of tbe best concerts ever given In Rock- 
vllle. We received a big bunch of letters In 
answer to our advertisement In Tut, O.it- 
ri:n, from which we selected a excellent 
bill. The free vaudeville .ads were all 
first class. Mllo- Mabel's animals made a 
big. bit; Humes and Lrusin, comedy knock- 
about act, wenLgreat; Klein, and Klelp, ec- 
centric trick and novelty clowns, wero favor- 
Itea ; Sully nnd Boyire, acrobatic barrel Jump- 
ing act, was excellent, and Major. Murphy, 
cumin juggler on tbe wire, bad a good act. 

Album-us and Millar, according to a 
card dated May IS. were tbeu enjoying tbe 
beauties of Monte Carlo scenery, 

McC'auver Bamboo Trio, which closed May 
2ft with Orrlit Bros.' Circus, will play it tew 
park dates. 

Maiiil Lb Blanch*: (formerly known as 
Cleodri). who does "a slide for life" banging 
by the teeth, ■ fell Monday night, May 28. 
while performing at Indianapolis, lnd.. und 
Injured her spine. She 'is in the at. Vincent 
Hospital In that city. .... 

CLARA HtiNTOOS, of the Iluntoons, mourns 
the loss of her father, who died April 20, In 
Chicago. .. .. - - . ... 

Tub Wouv Baos. just played a success- 
ful week at the Park Theatre. Biiyonne, N. 
J. Week of May 28 they played White City. 

A CQAiBtNATioN of yaudoville performers 
has been organized, and la known aa the 
Comedy Club. The club Includes among its 
members many well known vaudeville per- 
formers. Will M. CresBy Is tlie president. 

Frank .WIutman, tho dancing violinist, 
who has been a member of tbe Actors' Fund 
fur the, past len years, became a life member 
of the Fund last week. 

Howard W. Duha.nd, of the Five Durandu, 
writes: "My. mother, Mrs. M. E. Dtirand, 
died at Columbus, 0., May 16, and was burled 
in my family plot at Cheshire, Conn. She had 
lieen. a public speaker for many years, and 
wsh well known among women's. socfcLlex, 
having traveled extensively. Sha was aeventv- 
nlue years of age." 

Al. iroKTBLLB akd Kmmett were obliged 
to cancel tb(i(r Summer work, owing to Mm 
Kmmett having to undergo an operatloo this 
week. 

MuttRAT, CUIto.v and Bit is w report hav- 
ing closed a very successful season with (lie 
Moonlight. Maids Co., and will play Pastor's 
week of June 11. they- w(ll sail for England 
iu September, tor a run of thirty weeks. 

Job K. KrXLY and Virginia kbubv are 
la U«|lr third week, as burlesijue producers 
at the Lyceum Theatre, Boston, and report 
giving the best of satisfaction. Mr.- Kelly Is 
handling comedy roles. Marlon Blake handles 
all the big numbers. The following people 
are there week of June 4: Kelly and Kclaey, 
(Jardnt'lr, West and Bunahlnc, Harry I.a, 
Marr, Bob Van Osteu, draco Celeste, Frank 
Cohan, Bohannon and Corry, Harry Kolilcr, 
i'earl Kcld, Im u la . Powers, TI|llp Cobou, 
Marion Blake, Marshal an<I King, tbe Grant 
Sisters, Beatrice Lane, Alice Barbour, tbo 
Misses Hlch, Burns aud Pciuze, add Barrio 
and Sluart. Tho oirenlng burlcwiuc Is "Tho 
Kour Knights or the Road," and tbe finish 
Is "Clotllde's Dream." 

"Monby ! SIonby!! Monby!!! a new 
vaudeville comedy, was presented at Pastor's 
Theatre, on Memorial Day, by I^-ulse Marlon, 
who bas been known us an ctuutlonal actress. 
Miss Marlon, who Is the author of tbe sketch, 
Is retried lo have done excellent work as the 
character woman, und was ably supported by 
\.. Wttstock. Tbo sketch bas lour charactara 
and a lively plot. M . 

Tub Mi'jsaxi Family closed tbe seasoa 
with the Orrln Circus, and returned to New 
York June 2. They will piny the Bummer 
pHrks with their clever musical act. 

W. II. Dai-is, of James and Bavlg, was a 
Cm m; it cuHer last week, and wishes us to 
state that tbe team did- not play Austin & 
Stone's, Boston, week of May -8, and that 
Hie team has never played tbo bouse, and has 
never been booked there. 

Lkslib T. Dowgci writes : "I was a victim 
ol the Ban Francisco earthquake, losing every- 
thing I possessed, Itarely escaping with, my 
life. I am ut present resting at my home, 
141 Ninth Street, Lincoln, IU. , 

Mas, C. littSLiu Evaws writes: "we are 
booked for the entire Summer season. Iiava 
received word from Oakland, Cal., that all 
of our effects were safe, although our heme 
was somewhat damaged." - 

Jehhib Btbwart mourns the loss of her 
molher. who tiled, at Newport, Me., May 1H. 
The remains were taken to Cambridge, Mass., 
to be burled in the family plot. 

TUB tbaii ok riNAtui Arm Waltehb have 
separated. Fred White bas taken Mr. Wal- 
ter's place Iu the act, ilolng comedy. Tbe act 
will he known in tho future as Plnard and 
White, 

SlD WlNTBns AND T.'M BlSSITT Larc Just 

closed a successful season of forty weeks 
with tbe High Bollars Burlesque Co., and vrs. 
booked for fourteen weeks In Frank Melville's 
narks, openlon; at Johnstown, Pa., June 4. 

McDonald anh Hpvkuan are at the Pa- 
vilion Theatre, Clinton, I*.. Indefinitely. 

Tub hipdon Bros, closed their -work in 
vaudeville houses at the Bon Tod. Phila- 
delphia, where they were a feature act. They 
open their Summer park season at Shollpot 
Park, Wilmington, Dei.. June 4, with the Ly- 
ceum, Philadelphia: Baltimore and Atlantic 
City to follow, and ate booked solid until 
September. ; ..-■„'.:- 

VfoiA Axn Ksiel are plnvlng the Keith 
rlrcult. aud report meeting with success. Mr. 
Hngel met with a little accident afternoon 
of Mav 22. as they wero doing- their act. but 
was able to appear again on Thornday. They 
will have a new act fur next ue&soD. 



3. TiiKObOBR Mtnritv, principal comedian 
for Al. Reeves' Big Beauty Show. Hosed' a 
very successful season of forty weeks May 
10, at tha Caalno, Philadelphia, and-: opened 
the following Monday at tho Lycttttm The- 
atre, Philadelphia, as a stock comedian. ..He 
will rehearto u now act for next ■eason, with 
Frank L. Waketleld. which they will produce 
wltb the Al. Reeves Co. They will carry 
special Kcenr-ry and electrical effects, and 
will he featured In the olio. They will also 
do the principal comedy rotes In both tbo drat 
part and burlesque. 

. Notbs rnoat Uobton's MtNn-rngxs. — Wo 
closed our tliirty-olnth consecutive Reason at 
Attica. N. V.. May 'M. Tho season Just 
finished was one of the most successful In 
the history of the organisation, and covered 
a period of forty-three weeks. Thn Itinerary 
embraced the fCaatern and central territory, 
and business was uniformly good through- 
out. Our. next season will open early In 
July, with an entirely new company and 
equipment, new nnd elegant costumes havo 
bees ordered, also an entirely new line of 
nlctorlHl printing. The route, which opens 
In Ihe lOast, will Include a trip to the coast, 
and comprises some of the heat cities In that 
lerrltory. Several noveilles of established 
merit have been engaged, and Manager Pearl 
feels confident that next season will be a 
winner. The company at closing Innludcd: 
J. « lor ton, J Onrtnn Jr., Jake Welliy, C. C. 
Pearl, CIroue Pearl-Pol I, Sam W. Lee, Al. 
Newton. Frank Newton. W. Moran, W. (los- 
sahx, Arthur Pulton. Will Prank. It. (1. How- 



land. Lewis Brtfgs, It, Ijoonard. W. Bowman 
(Bom Billy), Lfnvo Thomas, Cam Matoows. 
Bernard M. tJrsw.U. 11. (iorham. (ieorgo 



noniHru i>i. umw, it- it- nunwiu, •.tcurcut 
llasklna, John Monroe. t)eo, Huntley, Don 
Alexander and Willis tiermon, wltb C. W. 
Vreoland. agent. 

Dknnb Sullivan, clog dancer. Is danger- 
ously 111 w'th typhoid nncumonla In a pri- 
vate hospital !n Topeka. Kan., and would like 
some of his frlendi who are In Topeka to call 
on him. 

J. C. MuariiY rinsed bts season with Dr. 
A, C. Jones* Modern Concert Co., touring 
Tennessee. IIu reports a.prospDrous nemon. 

BtmTON and 'Rankin were recnntly given 
a verdict before JuatrJca CronlD, "P St. Louis, 
in tbelr suit against tbe Interstate Annua- 
tneni. Co., for two weeks' salary. The cbbo 
was appealed. 

Maryland I. Tthqn Is resting at her 
parents' (Frank b. Tletnan) country home, 
Arlington, Ud.. after a successful season. 
Her sister, Mrs. J. (1, .Vrmon's (Lillian 
Tyson) Bon Ton Family Theatre, PhllHdel- 
phla. will reopen tbe taller part of August, 
arter extensive alterations. A gallery will be 
added during the Summer months, Mrs- Jer- 
muii Is fast recorerloff.her health, aflnr a 
severe attack of typhoid pneumonia, ami In- 
tends (a upend tho Summer mohths at At- 
lantic City, N. J. 

VisniNiA Txao.v has roturned to New lQtk. 
where she will remain until her seasons opens 
with tbe (.olden Crook Co., of which she la 
leading woman. 

J. MONTQOMBRT CnANB. tlio English coster 
alhjrer. writes that he has a new lot of 
Kngilsh songs, and Is meeting with great suc- 
cess. Ho will close a successful season In 
two weeks, and wljl have a full booking for 
next season, for which ho Is planning na 
act with six F.ngiish gaiety girls, Introducing 
tbo latest London novelty songs and dnnces. 
Ho will bo here In August, -. . , 

Davb DsnoBN, muBlcarcomedian. is playing 
a return engagement over tho BIJoti circuit, 
having played tha circuit last March. 
Worcester, Mass. i 

La Claje and Wbat closed their regular 
season's bookings at the Howard, Boston, 
week of Mny 14, and bavo lost one wenk out 
of forty weeks. They opened their, park sea- 
son May -8, at Baltimore, and arc hooked for 
six weeks, after which they will go to their 
Hummer homo at. Sea. Isle, City, N. J... for 
July and August. They open tkelr regular 
season about tho middle of Heptetnbtr. . . . 

<}ray anii Gdafiam. "The. -Musical Bollboy 
and the Military Maid," write, that thoy just 
rccajved the smalleat saxophone In the world. 
They now hare the largest and also the 
smallesc saxophone ever manufactured. 

Maiuon Blakk writes: "I have closed a 
successful anfiaja wltp Harry C. Bryant's Bur- 
lesque C"„ where I was doing churactor rolea 
In the lirst part and burlesQue, and bavo 
signed with Mr.Balcheier ut the Lyceum The- 
atre. Boston, to put on all musical numbers 
for the. rest of tne Hummer season. I start 
rehearsing with the Ucnlz-Saatley Co., for 
the Irish biddy, In u>t part, and the old maid 
in tbo burlesque wltb my big numbers in 
both lirst part und burlesque" 

Tub CitKRfiv SiHTBfts write: "Wo nave 
just closed a fifteen weeks' engagement over 
tbe Western and International circuit, Ow- 
ing to Kffle Cherry not having been very 
strong slnat sbe bad the typhoid feyor we 
will not work through tbe Hummer, but will 
spend the mott of our tlmo with our slater 
In the wuntry." 

IIahiiis i.vii Pk Lani> write: "We have bad 
h very plcssant engagement with the Olf- 
ford Haerlng Co. Mr. Harris Is making n 
bit with Ills illustrated songs. We get Tub 
Olh KniADi k every week." 

John N. Clkooora Ih recovering from tJie 
effects of a full be had while doing his 
trapeze act, caused by one. otf his coIUqk 
wires, breaking. He writes that he Is well 
taken care of by Manager Barton, Charles 
Hontz and Guy JobnKon, and would ho pleased 
to hear from friends, care or Barton » The- 
atre, Norfolk, Vs. ■ 

Bchwahtk anii Nicolay will not be on tbe 
road this Hummer, us they opened May 21, 
with '<n electric theatre, at Ihe Lagoon, Lud- 
low, Ky. 

Prhii Miller, comedian, was taken sud- 
denly 111 while In Muscatine, la., and la un- 
der tbe carp of physicians. 

"Tub JliLirosTBK" la tbe title of a new 
sketch which will Introduce Bdwln Baker 
into vaudeville. Mr- Baker has been come- 
dian with lllcbard Carle, (n '.'The Tender- 
loot" and "Tbo Mayor of Toklo" fur several 
seasons past. , . . . ■ ... . _ 

.Clint A- 'Rodbinh, of Clint apri neswie 
Bobbins, has recovered from his recent surgi- 
cal oi>eratlons, and will open .with (Jie Chase- 
Listei' Co. st SedaIJa, Mo. The company re- 
mains the same ss last seaaon, wltb two 
exceptions, and. will play twelve .weeks In 
upon air theatres In Hedalln, Hprlngtleld and 
.Joplln, Mo. ; rittaburg, Chanttto and lolu, 
Kan., appearing for two weeks | la; tni.1i city. 

Wilkon asu Davih are tlie special' feature 
act In ihe concert wltb tbo Campbell Bros.' 

Sb'iws. 

Das J. HAnaiNOTON, ventrlloriulst, writes 
that be bas met wltb bis usual success the 
last three weeks nt tbe Richmond 'theatre, 
North Adams,. Mass. ; the Auditorium. Lynn, 
Mass., and last, week at Moore's Theatre, 
Portland, Ms., Which makes thirty-live con- 
secutive weeks he has pluyed. 

aOalv ano, O'Bmikn Inform us- that they 
finished their regular season on May -<l. and 
after two wceks r restat.8t Taul. Mlrnx, will 
bezln tbelr park Work on June 10. 

MiHstss Buuke ami> Ubliwi!. who opened 
on tbe Crystal clreitlt. May 7, at Marlon, 
lnd.. report meeting with success In present- 
ing their "Automobile filrls" act. 

thb Cahl.Bbos,, after playing forty auc- 
ressful weeks on the Pacific coast, will re- 
turn Kast. opening In Idaho, wltb Colorado 
time to follow, 

111 Hknky'h MlpHTRELH closed ou May ,11, 
at Benton Harbor, Mich., forty-two weeks of 
tbe most succcasful season known Id the hls- 
Ibry of that company, losing. only one night 
during the season, and that was crossing the 
lake from Ludlngtoa, Mich., to Manitowoc, 

Martine ano Mabtinb (Harry and Mabet), 
who opened on May 20, at Leavenworth, 
Kan,, a ten weeks' engagement, on the J. K. 
Jackson circuit, report meeting gratifying 
Kucress. Week of 27 they were at tbe Lyric 
Theatre, St. Jonepb, Mo. 



'CVclinu Zanouah. knockabout coffledy 
'cyclists, cloied Salurday, May 10, with the 
Dot Karroll Co.,, Dntablng a successful sea- 
con of forty weeks, Week of 20 they- nisjfd 
tho Olobe iobU Majestic Theatres, tfoaton, 
Mass., and opened on tbo KaitH drcult W- 
They have signed for next seasun with Abe 
Leavltt'a Renti-Snntley Burlcwiue ' Co., for 
A term of forty- two weeks. 



Jack and Rurtha Rich, after playing at 
central 1'nrk, Allentuwn, will open for eight 
weeks on the Keith circuit, starting June ;•&. 



at Boston. They report their comedy sing- 
ing and dancing skit a big luccesa. 

Thb Brro Bibtrrh have signed for prom- 
inent rolea la musical comedy, with Hurtlgoc 
neamon for next sensuu. 

Hauiy , Dur»h, bag piincltcr, baa Joined 
^itcve rinn, formerly of nurke and Finn. 
Their Initial performance took plsce at Troea- 
dero Theatre, Port George, where they were 
the laughing hiicccsh. On Hunday, May 'J7. 
thoy ulayrcl Curtln and Bull's benefit nt Lon- 
don Theatre, !•> trenieniioiiB success. Thoy 
Javc plenty of park time, and a good sHow 
or next aoasnn to follow. 

Wu.UA.mh' lOKAI, KXTBAVAUANBACO. MOTES. 

— This Is tlie forty-fourth conseciitlvo week 
that we havo heen out, and Wn havo played 
from coast to coast. We opened In the . 
Academy of Music, Pittsburg, July lmi last, 
cluslng at the Uewey Theatre, Minneapolis, 
May. lit). Business has been phenomenal, and 
we bavn played to ;S. It. ft, on sevorsl ouca- 
sIuuh. \\ a bave nut tnudo one change In our 
ihow since thn i — 
pntus the same. 



aliuw sluce thn opening date, tho cast rc- 

?alus the same. No slrkQess of any kind, 
he "gliosl" bas been walking regularly. They 



have nicknamed Him WHuania "tho randy 
manager," who will be intnrosted tn Novecal 
attraction* next season. Ha will nut out. 
those abows stronger than over. The (ol- 
IowIok people have been rn<ennged for tbo 
Ideal BklravaganEa Co. : Prank O-Brlon, Kath- 
erlne Klnre, Clayton Pryo and a big Kuropean 
sensation net. We will carry rifty people, will 
open July 211, nt lb* Academy of Music, rllts- 
hurg.and run thu entire season of forty-four 
woeaa 
i Llfi.ii Williams, late of the Vanity Pair 
Burlofsiue Co., has been confined to bcr, hod 
during tbe past live months In a precarious 
condition, with small ebnrlca of recovery, 
Hhe Is at present In the tit. AgoeB. Hospital, 
Fliflndelphla. whero any of her friends will 
be welcome (o call on her. 

Wmae 0. CitniHTV writes; "1 closed my 
second seaaon with tbo Wm. 11. Weat Mln- 
s|itIs April 21, opening In vnudovllln At the 
National Tbontro, Kansas City, ,Mo., week of 
May «,. and was hold over for two weeks. 
Then opened on the Umpire- circuit week nf 
2(1, doing my novelty singing and talking 
specially.!* . ,...-.... 

John ami Ai.ict McDowtcLL will close on 
tbo Jones & u'Rrlcn circuit Juno S, and then 
thov will play tho purks. .--..- -.,- 

Mu, and Mrs. Lot KWDtiD. who are playing 
the Htiiitvnn ft Conrildino circuit, were, while 
at the Family Theatre, Rntto, Mont., enter- 
tained by Mr, nnd Mrs. Mver J. Hparllog, iDd 
just as they wuroloavtngMr. Burning nreaeot- 
cd Mrs. I.oi'kwnijil with ono nundreo shares 
of stock In a coal mine, located In MonUua, 
and she was also given two hundred shares 
of stnek in a mining and milling company, at 
Portland. Ore. Mr Hperllng la an old Hd- 
vanco agont, being at one time with. Dick 1'. 
Kuttou, lint bus retlied frum the buslnesu, 
and Is now assistant city clerk of Rtitte. 

DlABU.'gx nttOH,, who recently closed a 
plenoQiit nine weeks' ongagoment on tbo Or- 
pbeum circuit,, nt tbo MuJeHtlc Theatre, Chi- 
cago,, wltb uiucb success, ara now playing 
eleven weeks' park tlmo for tbo western 
vaudeville Managers' dusuclatlnn, 

OSUORNK AND CJIAltl-tiS Wl'ltO: "Wfl pllftd 

Young'H f'ier. 'Atlantic City, rocoutly, and our 
burlesque trauexo was a big bit." . .,- 

Lbaii 11. Dancoiirt wlstifls to notify her 
friends that sbe fa on the road to rocuvcry 
from u recent operation for appendicitis. 

Job. J. Hullivan informs us that bo is 



playing tho. Wasleru vaudeville drcillt, and 
Is meeting. wltb great huccc*?, IIu is assist- 
ed by Luff! Edna Richards, a singer of some 
note. 

Wk aiib ihfosmku that on and after June 
1 tbo KlaLcoa Uros., aurobuvts and hand bal- 
ancers), nnd Uoaner aud I<amunt. comedy 
sketch team, will combine ttielr efforts and 
tinanccH fur putting out a big vaudeville 
show of Ufteim acts- There will be, our in- 
formant states, special napor made, and 
nothing but tho best of everything will ho 
used. Tho show will be booked through one 
uf Iho New York agents for forty weeks. . 

Hah am> Ida khlly, nnd Humioer* and 
Winters ure playing thn Amnions circuit 
through Indiana, and report success. 

Tiiju. TititKH Kuruft*, after their week at 
Hpokunti, Wash., uro coming Hast. Thoy bavn 
been playing return dates on tbe clruulta of 
tbe ntclflc coast for three years, also In- 
cluding. Mexico and C'ontral America. They 
warn la the Halt Francisco earthquake. 

Mahtcii William Zihulbh writes: "I placed 
an 'ud.' In your paper May tl, and got work 
with the, tf. ll. & K. C. iMIUMtrols. Wo arn 



playing In Cuiuden, N, J., and I am making 
good with tuy halou and gnu juggling act. 1 
am ongaged with tbe 'Ifoy from tlie west' Co, 



for next soasoii." 

Tm; TiioMi'Ho.N HiaTKRH report success 
wltb tlinlr act. Thoy recently completed a 
tour of tin! Kohl A Castie housns, add will 
play tbe purks ibis Hummer for tho Western 
VuudGvillo AHSficlatloR.' 

HAituv Jacudm. agent for Lauiont's Opera 
Co., writes: "Cbas. i'\ iloffinan, well known 
In circus/ vurlety and mlnatrol circles, who 
bus been 111 ut ihn bumo of bis aged mother 
since Nov. \t, with kidney Irouble. la In a 
serious condition, wkli little hopes of his 
recovery. Any act of kindness will reach him, 
ut Asblund, Vu„ tint Hid." 

(Una ban returns to America next sea- 
son. In a new dancing act, supimrtHd by four 
Ueisbu girls. 

Dan A. AnuKkson anp lluar IIkvnoliih re- 
purr meeting willi success In Ibclr comedy 
slugiug und talking act. They are In tbok' 
fifteenth week for the Western Vaudeville 
Matuigei'H' Assoclatloit, aud liavo tlvo mora 
wi-fiks to follow, ufter wblclitbny Join Kllroy 
A Brltton'a "Cowboy (Jli-I" Co., to play two 
responsible parts, opening Aug, l.'J. 

KnN.Ny.uy and Wilkhnh, formerly known 
oa the Dancing Meteors, will hereafter be 
knnwu as the (Holm ■Trotters. 

Tub La Nau.k Twin Mihteiih opened at 
Dreamland, Coney Island/ N. Y„ Muy 20.. 

Will II. I'rtj.ijH opened bis park sesHOn at 
Hprlng Orovo Park, anrlngileld, <>., May WH, 
where bo presented his original act, "The 
llowcry Pawnbroker." lie Is booked solid for 
thn Hummoi*. 

IlKLki-v Mauion Hiiith, "ye olde fashioned 
girl," has heen compelled to cancel hor part* 
nersbip and all dates on account of poor 
health. Hbe liaa-been quietly resting tlie past 
three weeks at Chicago, under the care of a 
doctor, She- will shortly return to her Phila- 
delphia bunte, whero she will take a rest, 
and mav not return to vaudeville before next 
Hep temper, 

Notes raou Lew IKfCKnvrADER'H Min< 
ntiikls. — We closed mir season at Akron, 0-, 
buturday night, May '2H, and Mr. Dockstader 
Is resting al W<-st nadao. lnd., preparatory 
Ut thn work of "creating a new era fn min- 
strelsy," which lie will present for coming 1 
tour, opening early In July. Our season ex- 
tended through forty-four weeks, and "Tbo 
Rest anil Largest In tbe World" was taken 
from coast to coast, an* scored tbe most suc- 
cessful sesHon In tbo career of tbo "timperor 
of Mlnstrolsy," Mr, Dockstader promises an 
entirely new show for next season, and « 
novelty for his Individual use, which will 
simply erase from memory his past lnnova- 
lions. ' 

Tun Masquanos, Victor and Laura, aerial 
'cyclists and tight wire performers, report big 
success wltb tbelr net. They opon on tbo 
Harold Cox fairs Aug. fl. and later will Join 
tbe Ltndscy stuck Co., aa one of tb« va«dc 



THE irarW" YOBK CLIPP^Ifc 



"3ruNE"9. 



SIS IN MY TRIM (AMD COMB ALONG II I)." 




Word* by 

HARRY u, KKnn. 



Word! »* 

H.U1BT li. KKRR. 



Ttoli 1« Without Any Km Ft loo the Orealeit Kovelt? Kong of the Se »«m, Iii>Id| Eitrat Kmon clioro. Y'eriea If w»»tea. 

"When Daddy Sings the l-lt-tl© Ones to Sle< 

■ , ■ A H.uutlfol Ballad will. a"»rl<-ctr Chociu, line thai Strike. Home and Will Win Y,.ur Audience ot Ome. 



Alu.rcby 
■ HENRY P.-.-TOOKt, 
Maslc hv 
HKKHY P. VOOEJ.. 



Wort. 

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ft&Ra. "DON'T SAY GOOD-BYE," SWEET EliNORE. ^tvW I *<n£r£l&™. BLUE EYED MARY (MY MARY DEAR). 

A«Bi!B»ll»4wlttniii»«eu»ren«lB»nii-wori.IiUie«tifimoiioI»ll«lngew. I ABlp Roaring Mnr.ti song u-ith. a yen ™ooih,carcnT»,d wringing riioras 



TUalCRY P. VilGBl.. MARRY D. Kl 
PROFEHSIOKAI. COPIES AND OflCHESTRATIOKR FBKK TO SINfJF.RS. 



Hull by 
HENKY P. VOGEL. 



jjgw J&&t*xx*xott\ Alaxoio {Supply Oo«, Albany, X>; Y. 



AT WBKBT V for next Reason. Rep. il. Bloa- 
.MrJennlnHB, lead" atld liearien. Laat three Bea- 
cons with JereMcAiiilife. flood wardrobe. Have 
scrips and can direr t. Responsible Uanagora only. 
AdffHJ»MBerJ*POiPg^»Miti»flt.,I^WlatonJfo. 



WANTED, versa tut* Med, Hatcfch Team thai 
ran make good.' One mnat play orttan or pluno, 
1« manager*; live on lot; state all; lowest salary. 
\o time to dicker. Booze flghrers, t»av«! Rialhpn. 
AWW"8 MODKBK MRU. CO., 

■" r • Forearaan, Newton €0., Indiana. 



MEUKISF ranPORMBll WANTBD. 
Ali Irian or Dutch Comedian, or a Magician pra- 
retred. Can use Rood Banjo Singer. Don't write 
if yon boose or rhase. Money jure. State your 
lowest salary. Join hy wire. DR. J. SPIEGEL, 
abaron. Pa., June 4-l,:i, 



.WANT ORGANIZED REP. CO.; work under 

line tranva« theatre. w etik stands, must have »ix 
lood Jills: plenty of sppclaiyca. Summer •.alar.e.H, 
but yon get It. Med. ahow. Write all nulck. 
J)B. M. F. CHAMBERLAIN, (Irand Jwland. Neb. 



.SVANTED-For Urook'n Vaudeville ojreu.l. 
BPEOIAI.TV ACl'8 OF ALL KINDS. House* al 
Hammond, lad.; Kaat Chicago, III.; Whiting, Ind.; 
drown Point, lnd.; Piil'iu«n, III. Addles*, to liar 
veyWrobka, Mirr., (.rand Theatre, Hammond, lud. 



AT iiBBRTY- Sketch Team. Change lor 
wee*. Uoth work In Acta; wife does Slngien. I 
do Hood Comedy In' Acts. 'We have Hu Dive 
Dog. Address. LE ROV A HA7.EI,TON, den. 
WEJF, Morgantown, W. Va. 



WAHTIBDVVerflatile Performers, change for 
•week. Singing and Donning flkctchTeam, k Plenty 
of DonWes *n<1 Singles. Piano Player, Irish and 
Dutch Comedian*. Explain all. - State if you play 
organ. Iteed's Western Novelty Co., Aurora, la. 



W A M'K D-opt-ra or Heji. Company for Mon- 
treal and tinelfse ,filty, - Vic* verna everytwo 
weeks, or Montreal alone. July una Aitgnst. No 
theatre opnoaWon- -M, L. HELOHER, 3 Andre wa 
SB., Rochester, $.-Y. , •' 



Title- features. Their Summer time Is booked 
ub- solid through the 1 Pennsylvania Summer 
park circuit, ofrbllaclelpnlb. They loforni m 
that they are doing llit* neatest and most sen- 
sational alack nna tight wire net before the 
public. Continuing, tbey nay: "Our rlnde-i 
ubiojrcls {of Which we Are to*' originator*) i( 
iiieetlng with Huccenii wherever we nwe It. Wo 
have in preparation tWo new ideas of blcy- 
cfea, ■ which we will 'produce (on the Alack 
*Jre) with toeTdndaey Stock Co." 

' Adribtta Redan has Jmt cloned a aur 
esieful season with nforrell'a Merry Makeri 
Co., through Maine and Canada, sod has re- 
turned to Philadelphia, where she will map. 
the Bummer. She bna good work; booked for 
next season. ■ ">- ■ *'".'' * ' : - 

i DFACH * BOWMttrV MlN STRIPS NotRS.— 

We have. our show almo«t booked nolld for 
next season. The management has signed 
some of 'the neat talent obtainable, 90-aa-tb 
put' up one of the liest minstrel shown on the 
road,, Our band will he much larger than 
iflai seatmn, -and nil newly uniformed. 

' jMal'UK'K J. BUHNtl ANDMD. J. M0KIU9, who 

recently closed tnlrty-nve weeks with the 
raiislan Bellea linrlcnqtie Co.,' playing (he 
Umpire circuit, have a new three *rt written 
liy Frank Kennedy, which tbey will pradne* 
nl'.tli*. Ktitamer parks. 

-Cha'b. IT. i'Su-KB, formerly of Falke and 
Serjion, musical coniodlan, who for the past. 
two yeara has been in the hotel bualneas flt 
Webster, -Mass., has decided In return' to 
vaudeville next season.' 

' Snvdibr ani> BtJOKtnr write: "We will flti- 
Ish our fourteenth seasrin nt Keltha, New 
York, and rest the entire Summer at our cot- 
tage at Rockaway, N. Y., where .we will pre- 
pare for nn entirely now net- for next sen- 
aon. and wilt dUenrd our old 'Biata Wants 
a Drink* net. The new act will be nlong new 
lines In comedy and music. Our season starts 
,Sept. .'!, and wo are booked tip till following 
June,*' - ■ 

- DATA and Pkrcib M?AUTrw Inform us that 
their new net, ; "Harvert- Tlmo," 1* meeting 
with fliicceas :>ver the Kohl & Cnatle circuit. 
They opened it the Olympic, Chicago, with 
utie Mojeattc to follow. 

■■ St. Db Vilbis, who closed with the Barlow 
& Wllflon's MlnHirels, at Byhnlln, Masa., May 
'24, left, nl onee for Naahvltle, Tenu., to Join 
Cal .Tohnson'A Minstrels, to be featured with 
t\H Udder and comedy wire acts. 

fluo. 'VI.- lltiftsfv. Tsntrllofmiat, took the 
Reef 'Bros.' place at Casino 1'ark, Blnnhnui-' 
ton, N.l'., week of May 28.. 

: Dbi.mar anp Dk.xtkh, nfter a separation of 
-twelve week*, have again doubled, and will 
work for the Great Paul for the Summer. 
They opened at Schenectady, IS- V.. Muy £8. 

■ Un.iA Allen, of Allen and Bright, writes 
tluit lie has Juat cloned a season : of forty 
WejkSWlth tlie Iftfi NeW York 'Jr. Co. Ill* 
earned v, "The King of Kokomq," waa a big 
success. ' He will upend part of the Summer 
ot bis home eh Riverside, Munclo. lnd. 

Wat.tkk J. «lo.snt:\7, "the Original Alabama. 
Wlirnrd," closed a sticcesaful season with De 
Rue Bros. & (inrton's MtnstrelH, and haa 
Nlgbcd for next ae*son with Kurton'a Min- 
strel*, to work on end and also In the big 
song and) dance. ' .■ . . 

Ama.nn a m» IlAr.Ti.KT write from Olaagpw. 
Kcot. : "Wt- wish to Inform our friends of 
the splendid micceis we have had through- 
out Knglnnd, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, 
over the Mosa .1 (Moll tour. They- Are lining 
our net na n special feature on thin tour, 
and we have received the best of treatment, 
We enjoy the good old Cmfpkii every week." 

Wbht and Fowlrr' close a very succes*fiii 
teh weeks' engaupment on the Dauforth, 
I'nmpbsll, JoncM mil O'Brien circuit June Hi. 
Iiooked by the Weatern Vnndevllle Managers 
Association. 

■ awH NAHMYTH, who recently played a 
euecewsful three weeks' engngeoieni at the 
New Pnwtuoket Theatre. Pawtucket, R. I., 
has Joined hand* with Lillian Belmont, lo do 
Mr original sketch, "The Maid and the Ser- 
vant."' Tbey open the Summer season of 
parks- lo four weeks, and are. booked with a 
wheel huow for next 'tteaMu. 

NOTRH mi>M MONTMOURNCY PAJ.L8 rABK, 

Quebec, Can. — Thli Is iho second woek of 
this park. Sunday, May 37* the Wlsnrit 
Bros., comedy bar art, opened for ten days. 
There were lrt.000 people at the park, Open- 
ing hill Monday. Mny 28, included : Mlir 0. 
Bnrlow arid Harriet Nicholson, in "A BuaU 
tiM* Proposition :" ram itroa., comedy 
triple bar act; Dick Legelte, "The Rising 
(feneration." snd seven other net*/ all of 



which made good. It was 'one of ibe bent 
hUls ever ut (pJ» Place. Tlie rpnnagemcnt 
Intend to keep vsmievltle as n feature r* the 



park. It la n little cold, hut the public do 
not seem to mind II. 

■Tun Todm AniKnirA QtuNTEttE. ted by 
Mattic lloorum, closed. a twenty-two week*' 
engagement at Joe Weber's Music Hall, New 
dork City,. June 2. ' 



THOft. h. FIN V H BIG t M1EII SHOWS. 
Wanieii (julck. MiiAiclana in all lines, Performers 
who donnle brasa, oood contortionist, Aerial 
Acta, etc., people who do two or more acts, state 
lowcat' 10 join on wire. No amateurs wabied. 
Wobcr BoHnOfinva« Wau and another Bill . Poster. 
Addrwi Hooaick Falls. N.Y., or ront* In CLIPPER. 
Route: Caldwell, N. Y., Jnne T; Luaerne, N. y., 
Juno 8; Northvllle, N. Y.,JunelQ, 



WASTED-fim. Husincaa Man and Woman 
with specialties. Oood FlanUit. Double Stage 
one or two blila, State lowest. We pay ex- 
penses. So fares to strangers.- Can use' one 
Talented Amateur. Address 

WELLS STOCE CO.. Manchester, Ohio. 



DIXIE: IN OLD ViaOIlDTA reorganlxlng. 
Wanted, Band snd Orchestra Men, strong Cor- 
neia, Trom'ior.es, Baritone, Tut*, Clarinets. 
Piccolo, Flute. Altos, Trap Drummer, Baas 
rtnifnmer. ft Violin Leader ; must arrange ; #10, 
thoso double B. and 0.; others, (fl; double stage, 
Hunt Wilkes. O.K. when ready. Reevea, write. 
Open -July '2, under Pavilion. No fares, sent. 
Kicker*, knockers, gamblers, mashers, ■ save 
starnpft. Rave live uood months. Write at once. 
DIXIE IN OLD VIROINIA, Morrison Rhow ; Print, 
Detroit, Mich. , ?* 



WANTED, People, 2 or a comic turns. Small 
wagon show. Amateurs will do. For Sale, P.. M. 
Stern, ,3-8 Inch reela, dim about S.OOOft.; screen, gas 
g»KB, S4 slides, gas making outfit, all complete.nt 
tias. High Diving Dog, Trotlpe Dnvei. PROF. 
HARRY SMITH. OrstZ, Pa. ■ 



WANTED, BEPER'IXURE PEOPLE. Man for 

Heavies and nen. Hot*., character Woman' and 
Souhrette, Piano to double brass. Band People 
who double stage or orchestra given preference. 
Other useful people. Write. Show never closes. 
Musi loin on receiptor wire. Add. Dc Bart Rep. 
Co., Winchester, 111., fl-7; Beard»town, III., 8-fi. 

DR. X, W. 1VTTTMAN. Huntington,, ffld.. 
TfANTs a. AD. HoRbreite who c»u change and 
work la arts ; B- F. Sketch Team and man with M. 
P. machine and films ; also, Physician, registered 
in Indiana. All flrflf fetter; openatonoe. 

P. S.— Engenla Wood, please write again. 



FOR RENT, 

FILMS, MACHINES, 
And SONG SLIDES, 

WITH OR WITHOUT OPERATORS. 
PRICKS TUB LOWEST. 

HARSTN * CO., 

138 East I4lh St., Tel. 3312 Cramerc*. 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 

ALWAYS OP8W. . 



FILMS 

90,000 VERT TO HE.VT. 

40,000 FKET.Itl. ON REELS OP ABOUT 

I.OOO PEET, $.10.00 UP. 

EDISON EXHIBITION MODEL 

With Camerngrarh Fire Proof Mags- 

ilnei a ilcI Take up, complete t(H). - 

OTHER BARGAINS AT 

«OWm( anth M- New Tork ftty. 





WANTED that can dance, ohange often and do 
strong comedy la sots. Can use good mimical 
roam. Other useful performers write. State 
salary, when you can join and all you d». If yon 
ploy organ, mention It. 

HATl'BB'8 REMEDY CO., Phlla., Pa. 



DE BLAKER'S 

Lilipiitian Dog Circus, 

. IO DOOS. 

Have a Few Weska Opan iHer Jut 9. 

100 BIRCH BT.. r.l.r.on, Kl. J." 



WANTED, 

Partner With $500, 

To take half interest in a Farce ComedyTlar. 
nan bean irltd and proved a big nucness, Hooked 
solid. AddrcR!* FAROE CUM KD\, .are of CLIPPER, 



E. 



INVITES OFFERS. 

Eccentric Comedian, ('liaracters. 

hpii in. «ii. sid. 
AiMrw «« of RKBKCOA war»rn STOCK 00. 
INDIANAPOLIS, LND. . 



Hatonk«e M. Co. Wants At Nan; 

Experience- and sobriety csaontlal. flood Salary 
torlghtpirty. Fred Klorette, ans. Address 

A ltLIE PALMRIt, Parliam, Malpo, 



'WANTRD -m 

LOUD 8IRGSBB. GBITAB PLAYEBS. 

Y\>t l>O0 JtAY'f* MED. SHOW. All SummiT'w-work 
Fj mt. A ddress jjjOO RAY , Kftlamar.o p , *(leh._ 

SCENIC ARTIST 

AT L1DRRTY, 

Owlpg to disappointment. FRANK C. AMBOS, 
No. liirtV union at.-, Ailentowh, Pa. 



«ONEK[T; 



I.AUY. DOUBLK IIA9S 

•AND TUBA I'WIB*. 

AV, BOOM SOS, NEW YORK" 



WANTED, 



FINGER 
PICKER 



BANJO PLAYER 

MUST BE HOOD BECK and WIND DANCER, and 
kino- (Black Face). Send programs and photo* 
i>oth will he returned. SMALL person given pre- 
ference. FRED LA YOUND, CieTeland.O. 

Care of Cleveland yacht Club. 



WANTED, 

Al Versatile Comedian 

OR IRISH SKETCH 1'EAM, 

For Medirlne .Show. Mtist he Medicine people ; 
$20 single and transportation. Mnst lie able to 
change for two weeks. Unless yon can deliver 
thp goods don't write. 

CHA8. P. CRAM, M. P., Canton, 8. Dak. - 



m n m ins 



MAN WITH PICTURE MACI1ISK snd 
Film*, alio Ml* SIC AL act. Both todoubie 
atage. State loweHt Hummer ttstary (payown) and 
full particulars. WU. C. WILD, Newport, Pa. 
Other Repertoire Teople, write. 



HAIRLESS HORSE. 

A fully developed Cyr. old lftOOlb horse, foaled 
with absolutely no hair. A freak for any side 
ahow or menagerie. Would like a proposition 
from a clrcux or Wild Wcat- Address 

EDWARD R. HOCIATE, Manager, 
24S6 South nth Street, Omaha, Neb. 



WANTED, TOM PEOPLE, 

ALL LINES, 

White and Colored, to strengthen Co. Cents roust 

Double Brass or Concert. Musician* Doubling 

Orchestra or Stage. Good treatment; sureaalary. 

BKRTQILLMOR, Fremont. O., per add. 

: Pnyne,0.,June •; Eugenon. Ind.,8. 



Strong 



WANTED, 

Outdoor attraction 

(other t nan Balloon, High Dive or Wirt Act), for 
Tuiiraday, June 21. State all first letter; mention 
If Hpeclal printing. ARTHUR C. YOINO, 
Xgr. Edgemout Realty Co., OB Market SL, 
• Hnrrlabitrg, P*. 



WANTED, For 

BROWNLEE&REEDSSHOWS 
Musicians, Circus and Vaudeville Performers 

Doing two or more acts. Can use SmallTrnupe 
Doga. Aluo \Vorking Men. AQdreaB VKRONA, PA m 



WAXTE1>, ACTS 

For HYATT PARK, Columbia, S. C, 
Also • ■ OCEAN GITT, H. I. 

Hlflter Acta nod (tlrl Arlfl. 
CHA3.H. HRKI'XHaIITII. 11UO Cbmrnilt St.. 
1'lillailelphla, r«. 



WANTED, FOB 

Ginnivan Dramatic Co., 

Piano Plaver, sight Reader. One that double 
Bra3H preierred. Week of Jnne 4, BotklnR, O ; 
week of June n, Deshler, 0. 

P. R, UIVMVAS. 



WANTED, MED. PEOPLE. 

Al Sketrh Team: Al B. F. Comedian, to pnt on 
ai:u: alaoNnveity Perrormera towork onlotwitli 
I Hind. Yon tniifd Ivo sober or von won't last here. 
Ch&H.BQ*e)y, write. L, D. CARPENTKR, Ertlnboro, 
Fa. P. B.— RegardHtofrlenda. 



"WANTED, 

BAND LEADER 

with gma repertoire of mniiic, for ' 

Eisenbarth-HenrlersoB floating Theatre. 

WANTED. tIRAMATfC PRORI.E; OENTS MI7ST 
DOFm.K BKASS. Adilrem Cli.rlf Mown, w. v». 



At Liberty. 

MLLK. khpanunoua (the Dancer), and 

JIM Ilt'MK (the Oreat Female Impersonator), 
In their grearsketcti, "A Bit of Nont«en8e." Pretty 
Honga, lively dancea; heal or press notlcea. Pur- 
manent. adilren^ JH grand River Ave.. Detroit, 



FOR SALE CHEAP, 

Universal Moving Picture Machine, 

With Stereopttoan complete. AlaoM Slides with 
Lecture (alt colored; of San FranelHco before and 
after the earthquake and tire. Address 

JIARRY JlNOBLANUII, MahauoyCRy, Pa. 
AT UBERTY FOR NEXT SEASON, 

CLEVER TOE DANCER 

Can play Ingenue Rolen. Handsome costume*. 
AddreRS 
.- LULU AIAIN, Oen. Itel., p. P.. Newark, N. J. 



WANTED, I08ICIAR ATTQIDARTS 

llrass, Reed and Drums. Oi hera write. Commence 
$2.% a month, all found, state age and height.' 
Wire or write MUSICAL DIRliCTOIl, 

' ' State Hospital. Morris Plains N. J. 



FOR SUMMER STOCK, 

I'EOrLK IN ALL LINKS, runl.i (man), will, 
moving plclnre toaclilQe. StAUIowem. 

' F. P., c.ri. of CUPPER. 



WANTED AT ONCE, 

SOU 13 RETT E 

To Sing and Work In Act", change for one week 
Address 0. L. HtlUllKH. Perrvsnntl*. Px. 



Musicians Wanted for Band In Skating Rink, 

Cllve particulars and lowest aalarv, Mnsijolnon 
wire. Long aea&on." " J.R.ADAMS, 

aB2& w. 2d St., Coney Island, N. Y. 



A FEW OF THE LEADING FEATURES WITH THE 

4 PAW & SELLS BROS.' UNITED SHOW 



THE 4 PAW BASE BALL CLUB CHALLENGES 

Any Mam on earlb (New YoiS Gluts prelerredi. HcGrav, take notlca. 

AJJ.H. O. I.AWKTW, Mgp. 



5 DUNEDIN TROUPE 5 

World's ranoru Artistic 'Cyclisls. 



PEARL FOREPAUGH, 
FRED WELCOME 



OSCAR LOWANDE, 

World'i Champion Somersault Rider. 

MOR. LOYVAXDrJ FAMILY TALLY HO ACT. 



MATSUMOTA'S 

FAMOUS IAPAHESE TBOOPE. 



The Llti 1*- Fellow On the_Hlgh Ladder. 

Joi 

KoTelly, 



■ iiiiur rruun «.,!« nir iiign iu 

Joseph La Fleur 

lovelty, Whirlwind, Acrobailc Senaai 



9 

SensaiioiJ. 



The 3 De Boliens, 

FRENCH ACROBATS, At Liberty Dec. I. 

NEW COMEDY ACT. FINISH IN ONE. 



WM. TESSIER, 

HEAD BALANCING, 
TRAPEZE AND WIRX. 



BMRJEVOEandMilKR, 

A TRIO OF 
ACROBATIC LAUGH LOOSENERS. 



BILL HARDDIG, 

TIE ineBLIIB BUI. 



THE 3 CORELLIS, 

COISDT rElTUBEB. 



ALEXANDER" WOLROWSKY'S 

BiBiian Singers and Dancers. 



THE CLIFTON SISTERS 

Singers and Character Dancers. 



TNECORNELLAFAMILY 

America'! Fanons Acrobals. 



NETTIE CARROLL, 

QTJEEN OF THE WIRE. 



THE FLYING LA VANS 

THE WORLD'S MOST HARVELOl'S 
AERIAL GYMNASTS. 



ALL UNDER THE DIRECTION OP 

WM.E. (BUD) GORMAN 

EQUESTRIAN DIRECTOR. 



FRED ZOBEDIE, 



SLIDE FOR LIFE. 



-lohn-LAM'ASTEK and HAitf AKD-Maud 

Com^aj Creator. . High School Equestriente. 

IN VAUDEVILLE NEXT WINTER. 
A»lc LOtIB PIXCCB, vlth MORRIS. 



wmTHE JEUNETS ^re 

ACROBATS, 
Head and Hand Batancrrt. 



FRED ECENER, 

rUHHIEST CLOWS 01 BABTB. 



BARTO and RALDON 

The Breatatt ol AllSovelly BrmlllbrlslE. 



DOLLAR TROUPE, 

EBMPE'S SBE&TB8T aCBOIAIS. 



GEORGE and PAULHE KIDD 

Eccentric Comedy Sketch aid Drum Solos, 



LEW NICKOLS, 

A BEAL CLOWI. 




i \ he! 




COOKS, BUTCHERS, 



And generally Useful CookhoiiHe People. Would nice to near from Win. Than. Address 

«BO. AnLiNOTOK, care of Baranm A Bailey, 2f. vr . ruth St,, New York. 



DOH'T FAIL TO HEARWNEW SUMMER WALTZ SONG, 

On a Warm Summer Night 

FRBB-ProreulonX C«|ilei to Performer, enrlo.lng Prognmi. 

.h« S?.^ .5™S! Y .7,*' l SJi',!^ le «l5.°' 'i" 1 *'" "A«»W ""li « Rolllnj Rre," "Down Id Porlo Rico l.r 
tSJESfcSZffiS&PEi £KSS i?' 881 *■«•" "0»'» • B » [ "-'' 1 ■ S*5? ■«• voice Like 
Sin p!..™ ?'. Li B .?S v "n B ? by ."'l " ,er - V IJke ! *><■« "'"•" "1 O»nnol forget Tod," "Morf 
So%; 'Sf^C^:.Th?i 1 .°5 K". 1.15;" " "tove'tsiorjr," •'I'.iher'i. Return Ho V/' "i'm Will- 
ing lor Ion. Dear," "The Love Rose," "lather Won't HsTeYoil A-Hanalntr 'Round Here " "Pre.lrtenl 
SaMfgt," "I Love Voo. Willie Due." "Kvevell, Dear s«eiae.Tl" ""ike « til? ""Sleep, baM" 
m I Adore 1 !'' «e.r Airoln," "»hen Ihe De" I. on tlie IJi?""!IollJ, 'lie 

MELVILLE MUSIC PUB. CO., 86 West 28th 8t., New York. 



NTED, 

FOR THE w 

KLARK-URBAiV CO. 



For Hummer nt.»il Itt-gular Srpaori. 
No T* lr£ra nts. , Adtlr est 



Al.o specialty 1'EOrr >: that Play Pan* 
KLAItK-tHiBAti CO.. Burkipnn, Halaa. 



WHY DO YOU NOT GONE BACK TO ME, LOVE ? 



NICKEL SLOT MACHINES 

for Sale. CHoop . 

All In lood romlltion. Jl.00 plaj, ,inj» eaib; 
Jaek-I'ot. audK.nu play, »» laili. ' 

. . I. BIALOSKY, 

^lu Lake- gtit-er. t'levelaml, o 



AT I.IUKII1 V, 

Al VIOLI NI8T, 

For SUMMER SEASON. Hotel iirererred. Ad" 
drea , TIOUB1ST, CLirPrin, N Y. CltT. 



AT UBERTY, 

For This Summer And 

Next Season, 

WIH.ARD BAYI.BV, Lead,; ARO OORIIUX, 
Charaeient. 3 seaaona with one Co. Addrea. 
101'J AL1.RN ST , Ilea Molnea, la._ 



PERFOHMKRS 

Who can eJiange. Uood lond hi re*- 1 performerK w!n» 
« play Insiruinenn. Salary, *is and R. R- farf • 
DR.F, ft. Howard, urieaial Ihjftor, L»niing,Mifl»' 



Jtf$¥9r 



THE NEW- YORE GEIPPER: 



441 





ESQUE SHOWS 





p 



Apply to TOM MINER, 

EVERY DAY BETWEEN 10 A. M. and 2. P. M„ 

Miner's 8th Ave. Theatre, New York. 

PLAYING 40 WEEK8 ON THE BIG EMPIRE CIRCUIT. 



■ I!«,BIJ 

Deposit, IV. Yo, 

On line Brie Railroad, population, 3,000 : .'.,coo Id 
•orronndliig country to draw. Had no Tent Show 
in 5 years. Lot and license easy. Particulars, 
wrlw crjHRAN, cars Loorols Honae. 

HOT, FOR SlIIKR stock, 

mm vouiie, handsome, capable, 

LIBHT COMEDY HE M. - 

If specialties, mention. Long wasoo. Money 
sure. Wire or write. 
MANAGER II KISMAN STOCK CO., Macon, Qa. 

MIDWAY ATTRACTIONS 

Wanted at 

CRANBERRY LAKE. N. J. 

Also privileges for Kile. The largest Excursion 
Resort In Hew Jersey. Address 

SgO. A. WILLIAMS. Newton, N. J. 



SINGERS AND ACTORS, HERE 13 WHAT YOU 
WANT. THE LATEST SONG. JUST OUT. 



TUB 1(0" 



Send for Professional Copies. 

-- .. J, W. SELLERS, flolden Lake. Ark. 



WANTED TO JOIN ON WIRE. 

Miist' use Brush, must have Teat Show experience. 
Keaaonabte salary. Pay your own hotel. HILL 
POSTER and ASST. BOSS CANVAS MAN. This 
Show runs year 'round. Honey absolutely sure. 
Must make good and be strictly sober- Harry Be 
duces Mac, of Ball A tone wire. Tickets if 1 
know you. WILLIAM TOI), Bellflelri, Va., June 
7,8. K " 



WANTED QUICK, 

Dougherty - Campbell 

•TOOK OO.. 

For Samiiur and Next Baaaoa, 

SINGING and DANCING SOTJBRETTE, OEN. BUS. 
PKUPLK who do Specialties. CORNET to Double 
siage, naif otner Musicians. All Mends, write. 
Address EAU CI.AIH, Wis. 

VAUDEVILLE PEOPLE, 

Especially Animal Acts. 

Send open lime and lowest terns In June, July 
and An Bust, if in this vlclnltj. Oan vlve one wee 
fn my Mom ig picture Tent. Can give two week 
la Jul; and August, 
. C. B. LINDAI.L, Bar Harbor, Maine. 



WANTED, FOR 

The Belle of Japan, 

Season or 40 Week., Opening In August, 

JUVENILE LEADING MAN 

tone Who Sings Preferred). 

MAM Tor ENGLISH Cooknej HE AV Y 
LADYPIAMST.DonbleSmaJl Part. 
S1IGLE I0VELTT IAP1II8B ACT. 

SEASON OPENS EARLY IH VI in ST. 

State salary and all partlrulars in nrst. letter. Send 
photos, etc., wlili h win be rcturard. Address 
G. HARRIS- ELM* Alexandria, IntJ. 



IB I II 

WANTS A 
SCENIC ARTIST, 

SI6N PAINTER. 
also a STAGE DIRECTOR 

Woo understands bow to produce a proper Street 
Scene tn a Fire and Flame Spectacle. Address 
WALTER I.. MAIM, (fnlncy Bote), itoBton, Mass. 
Jim Jordan and Chan. Thomas, please wire your 
address lo W. W. Power. 




FEET LONG, IN PERFECT 
CONDITION. 

Wire, don't wrlle ir you want it. SeeN.Y. papers, 
WM. BARTEL8, ICO Greenwich 81., K. V. 



REP.PEOPLE.UNDER CaNVAS. 

Character Woman, with child preferred ; Leading 
Man; Uonhrette (specialties); Leader <planlay, for 
B. and 0.; also, Actors that double brass. Could 
use small band. People eat and sleep at hotels, 
AL. a. EVANS, Jelllco, Tenn, 



WANTED, MAN AND WIFE, FOR DOUBLE 

AND SiSGLi: TURN,* also afterpieces. Play the 
smalt N. J. towns (or Summer on shares; good 
PIANO PLAYER, lady or Rent, who can ping, oil 
shares. Have everytnlnjc for r.iea«ant Summer 
trip. K. A. BOONE, 
MM Second Ave.. New York City. 



Waited, Lady and Gentleman for Traps and 
Contortion; Also I Good Street Attraction, 

Al Dramatic People lo double Band, write. 
J.CRIESE, Akelej.M ton. 



AT LIBERTY, 

W. T. ROBSON, 

; , , , Character Leading Han. 

I^Mtillno Robson, 

fifii. Business or Pianist. Address 

aw FLORIDA ST., Mobile, Ala. 



WANTED, FOR WASHBURN & D'ALMA'S 

SHOWS, Musicians, from 1st B Comet to 
""«"• Inrludcd. Prefer to engage a Band 
or, in piece*, complete, Including good Trap 
uriitnmc-r. Pullman sleeping enr and dining 
accommodations. AddresH quick, aa follows: 
.Vorwlcti, Conn., 8, 0; New London ]1, 12; 
Westerly, R.-I., jg, 14. Waafiburn & Dolma. 



AT LIBEHTV FOE SUMMER, 

Rlehatrd C. Maddox, 

CHARACTER COMKDIAN, SPKOIALTIKS. 
Height 6ft. Sin., Weight lusfb. 

>»• •;.**. THOMPSON, 

„ „ ' HEAVIES' and 6HARACTER8. 

»o Saeamltlw, Hel«ftntift,»lii,Age82. llolKale.O. 



AX LIBERTY, 

REECE KEIMYON 

Jt YEV1IEH AM) HEAVIES. 

Wardrobe and ability. Responsible Mara., address 
Manhattan iiutbl, Syracuse, n. r. 



Arranged, composed. Call or write? 

A . K. RETBUAR, 41 2 K, llilfl St. , N. Jr. 

AT LIBERTY, ALiEN SISTERS. 

iaiij Pianist, Soubrette, singing Specialty for 
Itep. or penuaneiit Sloclc. Good wardrobe on 
"""ML Cin join on wire. 
.AH Jg BIMf F.BH, jg IrrUg g, xtwurk. jj. J . 

MM. (V DOUBLE DUTCH 1 

"U* l» dancer. and ha?e some original ldean. 
nDTCII, ran* of CLIPPER. 



WASTED, Traun.ormat.iou, fl pieces: Tropical. 
Foliage Bordera. Winter Drop, Palace Ar.*h, wood 
Drop. S pot c ash. FOWL KR, 1 43 W.OSd , N. Y. 

SAXOPHONE WANTED. 

SECOM1 HAND. 

Address LEO, ST, KI.MO, il W. -jstli Street, N. If. 



COLORED MUSICIANS WANTED. 

auorneta, a Tr.jiiii.oiie.-, l Alto. Prof. I.l'aTORI) 
DAVIS (CurunilnV witil Wrsii, ijuiu.-y House, 
Dofltou, Mass. June a lo 11. 



EXPERIENCED 



AGENT 

AT LIBERTY. One nig-ir , Ren. or Burlesque 
C. A. WATSON, Box 134, Centreport. L. L, N. V. 



At Liberty, the HARRISES, S. and 0., Sketch 

TRAM, single* and Itonlilef. Change for wick. 
Read or fake piano. Ticket*, or ilon ■ t write. 
Addren* (1KN. UK I,., Un Hols, Pa. 



Wanted, to Enlarge Slow, Circus and Vaude* 

villa Pei former". Lot, anro salary. No Itoozera. 
Anawer, TRDKANT.Mlch., or route cacti week. 
BRUT SILVER (-IHCl'rf. 



Waited, for LO WEBT BROS.' SHOW 

Taikios and Sinning Clown: mutt do turn iu 
concert. ai«o Uou i-ie Trap-.., Mnu and wife. Biaie 
full pit rtl<'iii ftrnln nrr.tieiter. Ail rtreHs asperro.He. 



Addreas CLAKAHT. CLAIR, llolgate, Ohio, 



•w 



If T E D 

Trap "Drummer. 

Join op wire. AL. F.^HBKI.KnoiRCfS. per route 



AT LIBERTY. 

Juveniles. Sonbrettes 

Addreas LUCI LLE WILDE, ll olgate, Ohio, 



ttiviB, imiAL mm, 



MYRKLE -HARDER 

ATTRACTIONS 



Op»r» In July the 
Boa-t in th« Businaa, 

COMEDIANS 

80UBRETTE8 
LEADINC WOMEN 

LEADING MEN 
CHARACTER MEN 

CARPENTER8 

AND PEOPLE IN ALL IIRAKt IIKS OF 
THE UI SIMi-.s. ALSO BI« 

VAUDEVILLE FEATURES. 



AtfD WILL BIIV- 

II II LEASE 
Address 



PLAYS. 



W. H. Harder, E. J. Hall, 

Port Huron, Hlrh. i Holland B»rb). 

OAN USK (IOOI) STACK ftlRKUTOR KOR TWO 
OR THREE VVKEKB. 





DID SDNE SLIDES. 

St. Ml FOK LIST, ALSO OTHER BABGAWS, 

Edition Train Tlolib. ry, 740ft., tMAHU 
BUHTER BROWN. 7-iOfl., M-.4U. 
The Htrike, -HOft,, •S4.0U. 
Battle uf the Yala Mlvcr, (100ft,, 930.00. 
One Sellg Pol j iriipc, with Klet irlc Bar* 

ner and Rheoatat. with take-up com' 

plete. $;n. 

For examination on receipt of 16. 
BRNO FOR JUNE BARGAIN LISTS. 

LATEST SETS OF SOVO SLIDES. 
Alice, Where Art Than tiding, 
.luit a Little RoehlBBt Chair and Yoa. 
OoedOldU.H.A. 
Where the Saanea River Wind* H« 

Silvery Way. 
All beautifully colored; only $0.00 per ae., with 

music. 
Alio, 100 aela at frLOO per set and up. 

KARSTN & CO., 

138 East 141. St. Tel. 38 1 2 Granercy. 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 

NEVER CLOSED. 



Wanted, Fare* Com«dv People 

IN ALL LINEN. 

WHO I RING AND I WHO 

CAN 1 DANCE f in ST 

Alio HELIABLB CHORUM CIIRI.N 

WITH VOICES. REI1KARSAL9 START JUNK 15. 
Open July I. Heed photorraplis and fell ail first 
letter. No tlckcls advanced. Addreas all roin-' 
IJIillilcnlloils 10 aM COCRTST., Mt-iniilils, Totta. 
PACK and NOUN, Hanaaers, "PAPA'S BOV." 



FRANK K. LO\» CO. 

Want* Three Plays, with Paper* also 
Rep People In All Llneat Vaudeville 
Aeta that work In one. 

Heasou opens A tie. l. People must be Al. 
for Sanson Ih LONG und mouey MURE. Tbls 
In mil! of the wife onek. 
FRANK K.r/>N<J. frwo. Iowa. 



| Madison's Budget, No. 10 1 



Iioi Tiiinl Avenue, New York. 

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BOOKING KXCLVSIVBLV THE Kll.l.lHVIMJ LEADINO VAIIDKVILLK HIIUSKHi 
P. O. Wl I Ham.' Colonial, { llamm.rX.il>>. Victoria, 
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H.Mvara*, Atlantic City, Cedar Point. H.ndu.ka-, 
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Kteiwy'i, Brooklyn, jBleolrlo Park, Toledo, V. 

Murrlson'e, Rochaway, Klei-irli- Park, 

Delnellaa's, Rookaway. Detroit, Hlrh. 

InCernntlDnal, t hlmgo, Forett Park, 
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Cook's Park, Rvanevllle, ! Electric Park, 
Ma;aUiattan Beaeh, Cleveland, tt. 

" Denver, Colo. Oennett'a, Richmond, lad. 

Bijou Theatre, Belolt, Wla. West Hide Park, 
West Side Then ire. llliincle, Ind. 

Janeevllle, Wis. lAlhletlr Park. 
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II, II, Lamkln*s, Toledo, 



Cedar Point, Menduikj , II. 11. Lamkln*S, DaytoD, 
{Cheater Park, Cincinnati, I. C. Mlshler, Altoona, Pa 



1, C. Mlshler, 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Wool worth Roof Harden, 
Lancaster, Pa. 
Brlt(aala*on-tlia*Bay- 

Oltawa, Can. 
CIrand Opera House, 
, ■ Decatur III. 

N*wBavov,Hainllton,e:'an. 
flreea f s Opera llonae. 

Cedar Rapids, In. 
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Ura ml Rapids, Mich. 



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M.E. Nibbe «&Marie Bordouex. 

Tire' Original Man with Hie lirooin. I'luyed fifloen Houses In New York flllv fills Hi-ncnn. 

TONY PASTOR'S THK8. WEEK. Time 3.14 and B.U6. 



WANTED QUIOK, FOP» 

The Cutter »StocK Company, 

A Hail H. A II. Hep. Cotnrdian ami Htiiiiirbltt% HiHtor Team capable of playlnK reHnoanliili' parts 
aVailer (pmuu), iniint tie a night reai|i>r anil ali|i< to iruimpfjxe; fiiitn wl n M. I'. ruiu-Miic*, til ma 
•fl rilidfri. Hend photoHand program-i. Oilier twdfu! people write. Tell all llrxt luluir. I'av owu 
Beliearwairt coniiueuce Jnite 18. Keanon onetm at Torraplu I'ark, Parkursiiurg, W. Va., JuneVi, <'■*. 
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Orltfliul rViUKt*. atimologime, rikr:ti;ln'**, (,'oiutilli'n ami Urania* 
written to order. (Inly HlKniwt lAMfte nr'woik for rrofixxlonni 
m<e. No onjiiicHii'ii or amateur work. HahRfacilon ami fiuir-«'«- Knarantocii. CooicdioH and Dramea 
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Will open for SeMea of plBlilofn wc«ke <m HumliiT. Hay 1.1, with 111(711 cLAHfl VACDRVIUiK. This 
l4tliefliica<.thL-atre Id any parkin Ainerlra, ami will play thn very best In vaudeville. 



442 



THE.NEW TOBK CLIPPEB. 



Jttne 9. 



NBW YORK < I I V. 



Proctor's I went > -third street The- Timlin Theatre i Sullivan & Woods, 

utre (F- F. Proctor, manager).— Henry Lee. managers). — "'In a Woman's Power," wllh 

Keith's Tbeatre (K. K. Roger*, resident H * WpUn ■*#-»#* offering his act, "Ur**t Trite H. James an Fiddicstrlnfi*. ">"<* Louise 

daagrr). — A large audience welcomed i lie Mm, Paat and Present/'; *nrt oa June 4 the; Wpley ah Kavonita, la ibU wwlt'i attrar- 

II Monday. June 4, and continually ex- Impersonations ram glyeb absorbed attention [ Hon, The supporting company la rant .a 

' krtlatle work follnwa: Ktigena Kins-lev, John 0. Hewitt 



MM 

lil It 

pleased dellflit. The Four Ford* offered'th... 

clever dancing act. which won* rounds of ap- 

riU'usc. They ate all clever and light on their 
pot, ami worn wltu cxactneaa aa a quar- 
tette. Ed. V. Beynard again presented bin 
cmUBltitf ventrlloqulal act. and scored a 
big bit by 111* '.'tcellcut handling of the many 
Battel, Walter C. Kelly entertained wltfi 
Ins monologue, "Tbc Virginia judge," which 
Isju full of laugh* us a nm Ik of mint. The 
Mclaol Trio aids >nd played tu great ap- 
plause, aud the audience win loth to let them 



the Hitdletir 



M 



Wis loudly applauded. The 1*1 ve Irfeussons, , Heorge flcrnardo. Kdwln (Mix; (lie Hhrimp, 
In their great riding not. which wan for many ' 



weeks n most atlracilvc number at the New 
York HtpitodrnoiF). made r, big- hit. Their 
unique and effective fpnts on horseltack kept 
the audience on edge, and won them rounds 
of applause. Hmllh aha Campbell talked 
themselves into the good graces of ull, and 
never wpnt 1 ■ - : t ■- 1- . while the Whitman sn- 
Icrs and Willie Itobluson, In "Plantation 
„ Pastimes." brought forth an act that was un- 
Hhyder aod Buckley drew many laughs usually good, and conspicuous for Jta neat 



hi their absurd musical act. Mile. Cheater 
add her atatue dog made a profound Irnpres- 
b&u,, aud won plenty of applause. Wllla and 
WMH, were excellent In their wpilllbrlsile 
act, and held down their position Id good 
ftfyn. Mmlrl and Ressner again ilrew ap- 

nlattse for their ncrobaltc offering, aud tW 
ttlc dog, aa usual, wan tbc centre of admlrn- 



nes*. They proved exceedingly capable en- 
ter! alners. 'rite musical act presented by the 



('has. Carney Kavonna's Butler, Una Car- 
ney: Inspector Barnes, W. P. Kltta: Karl 
Klngley, ll. Miller: Bruno, tillan Holmes; 
Vias. June Mat bins: (irnndnia Mosely, Marlon 
Holmutbe; 8a rah Malone, l*anny Hnlllday. 
The t\ou*r. closes June ». Kred Iiarvey wilt 
again be Imuinpstt mmiuKir next season. 

ParndlHe Hoof Garden fOacar llam- 
meniteln, manager). — The ninth Su iodic r 
aenaon .here, utop tbc Victoria and Belasco 
Theatres, was Inaugurated un Moirflay night. 
June 4. with an audience that tilled the spu- 
" mis plnce, anil the splendid vaudeville lilll 



In good voice, and responded to several cur- 
tain calls. 

. Btah (Archie KM*, manager).^-Tbe Bowery 
Biirfti-qiiers are this- week a attraction* and 

the two attractive veblclett In which the man- ,„■„ ... .. , y ^, „„., .,,,,.- „, w; - 1 ■ ,. H H 
hers of the compitny are given ample oppor- died on 8fttutday night, June 2, tit her bom, 
tunlty to display their tnlenta, received hearty U(»r» . Wp«r One Hundred and Klrat s : r - 



DEATHS IN THE IMtnhs^Ki.v. 

Mra. Charlrn Walrol. 
.Mra. laabella Nlcklnaoa Walrot. the wm 
kpown actress atul wife of Charles Walo 



Li..sky-ll<ilft' gulniette was voted eminently presenred whh entirely titling lo tim ucntsion 
Kiiccrssrul, and Mtinson oiul Merton bad the In purauatu-e of Mr. llammorsLelnn policy of 

last yenr. the afternoon performances will be 



oh at.tbe close. Diamond aod Hmlth won *fffe*-L the part §f 
lunalderable ''omuieudatlon for their IIIuh- 
trated aong art. In which they uac moving 
pictures. Salmon and Chester (flrttt lime 
herel made a decided- bit In tbefr coater net. 
Othera were: The Tannkas. Hanry nnd Prim- 
rls, and Cbrls Ktnlth and Two Johosons. 
The kluetogrHplj closed the bill. 

\ew fork 1 lii'Btrc (Klsw & flrlangcr, 
iQunagfrni. — A. lively mimical concoction, 
with- ill the uwesHnry IngredleutH that go 
lo make up Ibe Hn-cnl|ed "Hummer enteriRln- 
luent. win shoan In "HIm Honor the Mayor," 



audience with tbera ai once. Iluth Allen, 
who made a big Impression In support of 
Florence Hoberts, in "The Utrength of the 
Weak," lu which she played with whirlwind 
" he brevity ''Jack. 1 ' made 



ttppiauae from, the large audlenrc prtfflht, New York City. Her lllnew dated trmn 

night of 4. The two burlesque* are "A. uay Sept. 10 last, when she Buffered a stroke . r 

Modiste" aud "Two Hot Knights." The vaude- uaralysla at RliinebeUt, N. Y. Hhe and h 'r 

vlllc fncludea: Billy \\. Watson, the funny buaband were nlwut to begin rehearsals wbii 

tJerman comedian? Lizzie t-'rellgh. the Tarrell- "The Embnasy Ball" when she waa im*1 

Taylor Trio, in it tnualcal comedy aklt; Mil- and neither ahe nor Air. Wftlcot have mm 

dred Btnller, with a Imdget of adnga; Beu pcared on the stage since, laabella xtrkifi 

Jaosen, Hebrew comedian ; Tel} Taylor. In tuia, born on Oct. 7, JH47, la New York n n 

aouga: the Three Juggling Bannoni, (.'antjc- «»« ■■■ «nmM«i .imnri, ,.,. «*■ ■_■ — »: . .■*• 
lette I>*Klcedere. French model, and Flo Rub- 
sell, comedienne. 

I'aitom's (S. S. Allen, manager). — In re- 
sponse lo many request*. Mr. I**ayton and hta «hff and Churlen Melton Walcot, wliu was FEZ 
liouse cumpativ this week present the "Pearl a memlwt of the company, were married Mm 

../ UdVnl* With " "li'^-'i" <- '*f * .i. .-•r,' :■ l't.\ i-. t ,' I t r »# » 1. j. MBa.AH.nn*. l u .l.._mi_-_.Bi 2. V 



waa the youngest daughter of Jphn. Nlckin* 
aon, a well known comeiflao, and while sbe 



a two act composition, which opened on May 
U8. for the nrai lime In tills city. The book 
la .by C. K. Campbell and II. M. Hklnner, and 
ibe inuafc by Julian Kdwards arid Alfred I-*. 
Aarons. • Tne piece waa urlelnolly culled 
"The I'lnb Utisaara." and under that tlilo 
received Its Hret productlou at the cillcago 
Opera Hcume, Chlt-agu. III., on Oct. 16 last. 
It ban nil tbo ear-marks of n lantlng Hucreas, 
Inaamitcb as there nre provided numerona 
tunrf ni mualcx! numbera. aome brtgbt Ilnea. 
plenty of good specially Inieriralationa, and 
*■* clever list of principals, lo say nothing of 
a (pod looking and well drilled chorus, well 
equipped la the, matter of vocal abilities. 
The plot Ik conspicuous by Ilk rtbaence, but 
It Is not neccusury to have u mnuecied story 



her lirat VAiulevllle appearance June 4. Hhe 
appeared In Merrltb Owyer'a obc act play, 
entitled "The OlrL" Which proved a very 
quid sketch, unenlivened by action. It tells 
of How Winifred, BIng. an athletic girl, finally 
discovers that Hie man of her heart, who has 
taught her all she knows about, outdoor 
sports, really loves her friend. Muriel Fair- 
fax, a typical aoclety girl. Mltm Allen was 
capable, and altbougb she bad few opportunl- 
tleei. she made the most of them. Hhe wa» 
aided bv Miss Hart. Others on the bill were: 
Millie llerlina sod Florence Hmckway. and 
Paul Barnes. The mot ton plct ures continue. 
-tmerlrnn Theatre i.\. M. Ward, man- 
ager). — The llmt metropolitan production of 
the four uct melodrama, "The (.old Klelda of 
Nevada," by Kobcrt Crooke* Jr., occurred 
.lime 4, Its premiere Inking place at ibe I.yrl- 
Theatre, ifoboken, N. I. May 30. The 
Htnt-y : Jim Hedllcld. it young miner, loves 
Ktlie) Travem, who lias h friend. Oalsy Bloa- 
aotn, n Western iflrl. Mthel's father wants 
her lo marry l.a'tnner Wright, an unscrupu- 
loiia cur, who** former mlatress, Bealrlce 
Mardule, also loves Jim. Hwifiwlng, an In- 
dian, Is the principal defender of ibe gmsl 
element In the play, and continually foils 
rite achement. Jim eventually strikes gold, 
Itecomea rich, marries titliel. uari the op- 



given In lite Victoria Tnealre. when all the 
f<-rilures of the evening hill will b" presented. 
The roof garden litis been f.-ntlrely renovated, 
and, ns the patrons here well know. Is glass 
Inclosed, and fully protected. The first of 
Mr. JJammerstcln's Kiiropeaa performers, cti- 
gHped for thf* Summer, made her AmertcHti 
debut on Monday. Her name Is Mile. I<a.lla 
KeJblnl, who Is called "Lu Belle llHlgneuae." 
because ahe appear* In a batlung milt 
while performing Jter bicycle apecliiitlcs. 
Hhe la a pretty woman. Is a rather clever bi- 
cyclist, :t»d her reception was very cordial. 
Ibe bill this week a'su Hats: Klce and Pro- 
vost, hi "Buniply Bujnu*;".4'apt. Woodward 
and trained leals. Abblc MitcJiell and her 
'JV;mo-M'i' HtudentN, In a musical act : Four 
Itartl Hi";... acrobats; Oreen and Werner, 
presenting "Babes In the Jungle ;" .Seism 
Bratr.. female juggler: Collins and Hart. 
comedy acrobals ; the Kltabanza Troupe iif 

Ja|js. Cnmllle Trio, comedy bar act, snd the leopards are unumiRlly vicious. Mine. Louie 
Three Conatantine Mfaters. In acrobatic daac- bis futir fine performing tlonx. Major Craw- 



Saa playing. Hrst juvenile role** nt Uuni 
eene's Theatre, New York Cltv. | n 1 fl j 't 
she and Charles Melton Walcot, who wis ibeii 
a memlM?t of the company, were married n,, 
of Savor, with a chorus of twenty voices, o'ftte of the ccrenionv being UltySI Ileriii-Kt 
"Oyer the Hl!ls : lo the Poorhouse" did. well nbpearance on the stage wan nt Laura Emm* 
last week. -The Uttfc Mluisler" next week. Thealre, as Melaitle, In.'Thei Old tuurli •■ 
BmuiiTiiN Bkacii Park, with tbc Kerarl i a June, lHtl^. Uurlug the followlne 2u«n 
Wild Animul KlngdiMn und the many nttrac- B be was engaged at ihst house foir flrnt lure 
tlons aloiig the Mke, Is .■ujoylng i»pularlty. nllea, appearing aa Mabel Vane and Julli in 
The I'Ike is flanked on either side by twenty "peg WofEugton" and "Tbc nivals," ' 



odd shows of.. various descriptions. -One of spectlvelv A^fler her marriage she and Mi 
Hie new umns.'mi nt features Is the House of Walcot were almost hIwrvs engaeed In *tl.V 
MhMi (lluppylauil). Lovers af roller skating tffmc companies. -For the season of ISttt-yi 

Mr. and Mrs. <*hartes K. Walcot starred 



will Und a new rink, with something over 
lU.tHMi square feet of floor apace. Just off the 
board walk. Another novelty Is* the plectrlcul 
steeplechase, and the big carousel Is now 
running. The aalmnl abow Is attracting a 

f;reat deal of altrnllou. Tbc wild heaat cnl- 
ectlon i» large, comprising many rare. and 



jointly In *'ttoscdalQ." On Nov. 25 nju 
they were In the revival of ••Julius ('uwar" 
at the Winter Garden, New York, City, when 
Kdwiu, Juultls Brutus Jr.. and John 

Wllkea Booih appeared, reapoctlvely, u$ Bru- 
ins. Casslils and Antony. Mrs. Walcot waa 



■alualile anlnTals, June ll Is the dste. net (NilpUurnln. She.tbon played Ophelia tn i'!i 
for the openlrigor the Pawuoe Bill Wild West Hamlet of Kdwin Booth, tlurlnr the fa in -m 



and Far CH-^t nhow. 

MM Pabk. — ■With Mundy's trained :ini- 
mals, Slnte. Morell) Is lireaklng in two new 
leopards, which abe will add shortly. TYieac 



. ...r;r;. : the fanous 
run of that play of one hundred nlghl* at -ii. 
old Winter tlarden. In 18B« Mr. anil Mrs 
WhIi-oI became, members r" " 
at the Walnut Street Theatre. Pnlladclphis* 



^1 or the stock crtoitwnv 

Theatre. Pnliadelphls. 

and nt tbe end of that beasoa they went lo 

Ing, and last, but by no means the least at- ford gives an extraordinary perfornunce with t return to ifte Walnut Street afier"?n' V 

traction, Cliff Bcrzuc'a Novelty Circus. five lions aud- lloiesses. tioe of tbe latter he term at the Arch Mrs I>rew howevrr tmV 

Colonial Theatre (Percy Q Williams, feeds a piece of meat which he holds between rowed ibem for a i^nefit, la 18(10, when she 

manager).— Thp patrons of this beautiful his teeth. Beys performing pig* give a presented "The Marble Heart* Tie" 



In thb rnae, becaiiae tin- songs and special 

ties crowd up»m Ihe het'ls or one another J'WJhK for,L, S! a,e HCtot \° }™* [r ,* m } JS£* 
thick and faat, and arc all of bitch line calibre 
1 hat (he Interest never lags for a mo- 
ment. In rearranging their entertain- 
ment tb>: right vein of cleverness was 
bupplly Hli'UcT, for It Is ufadcrstood that 
at lu ' 



Ishment. There are plenty of thrilling 

altuatloaH mill heroic speeches, and every- 

works with a will. Tbe play made 




1 'announced, but Manager Williams de- and others. The Nlgarn Brothers perform 
d. In view .of the extensive alterations on the wire. The new spcclm-le, "Ska r-ran- 



and Improvements contemplated tn the the- 



ft k first performance, under the former 
title. It was not well thought of. The mayor, 
wi.u, In 1 til' case happens to Ire tbe .chief 
executive of Kaukakee, wiia played by Cla- 
rence Harvey, who Is not familiar to New 



a thost favorable Impression on the Hrst njgbt H tn, that he reoulred the entire Summer to 
audience, and there Is Utile doubt of Its 



New York tbeatrogoerK. but who proved cuuhI 
Lj oLii- beat et»raedians before tbe find nlgbt's 
performance wns fairly welt, under way. Mr. 
Harvey Is a comedian who has Ihe right Idea 
of fi.iL-n.iikJirg. for lie geta reaulta by <pj|et, 
unobtrusive .methods. He bad a bit of bur- 
lesque to do that showed his talents to great 
advantage, and he marie n decided hi:. 
Blanche fling, as KntLinka, was given a royal 
welcome wben she, ai*pcared ou the stage, 
ntfd her tint aong. "Come, Take H Skate 
with Me." a number with a catchy wait/ 
melody, was delightfully attnu. and was ou- 
cored repeatedly. I/aler, Miis Klnt; shone 
In her several Imltutlons, all of which 
were cleverly done. The audience waa 
lavish la Hh applause for her, and also 
gave great attention to the original Cngllsb 
peny ballet, which was recruited from the 
ranks of "I'lff! Paff!! Ponf!!'" The eight 
girls who compose the pony ballet are 
past master*] In the art of dancing, 
and ihey were on view frequently, to 
the keen enjoyment of nil. Mabel Ilolllns, 
a comely und capable entertainer, sang sev- 
eral songs wllh excellent effect, aud Tlurry 
Earnest nod' a soug. entitled "Marv Ami. 
which he rendered splendidly. Fletcher Nor- 
ton fully deserved the half doaen encores be 
Sot for singing- "Military Willie," nod Harry 
Icily. In a real artistic ma)ce-up, never did 
anything funnier on tbc local stage than his 
bit as Deacon Flood, a "way-back" mentlstr. 
Miidelyu Marshal! was clever as the Deacon's 
daughter, and Heurl !<'rchrh. Ihe well known 
entertainer, specially engaged, performed sev- 
eral of bla re-markaulc feats on the wheel, to 
warm applause, und played Ibe manager of 
tbe hotel wllh good eOcct. The production Is 
under the uusluoss direction of William ltny- 
tuond Hill- The caal : iloo.-. Teddy Tiald, 
Mayor or Kankakee, Clarence Harvey : Daisy, 
Mabel Holllns; May Flood, Madclyn Mar- 
shall; X Oheslorlleld I'rebblr, Fletcher Nor- 
ton : "Jack" Tlinyer, Arthur mraettt; Deacon 
I'lootl, Hurry._ Kelly ; "Jtedtly". Sampson, \V. 



regret were heard from the Colonial's patrons, 
as Ihe closing of the house had m>t been an- 
nounced, but Manager Williams decided. In 
view of the extensive alteratluna and Improve- 
ments contemplated In the theatre,- thtit lie re- 
quired t In? entire Summer to complete his 
Slims. Vesla Tllley was heartily welcomed on 
londav and at the ehd of ber act she was 
Morris whk sulUclently villainous aa Latimer, given several rousing cheers. The bill this week 1° the regular, perform um-c. Including buck 
and Beatrice Thome, as Beatrice Mnrdnte, (t | v . |) s is: Waller Jones and Miibrl Illte. in dancing contests and cake walka, with prlzei 
waa on (ible assistant. Burt. Cartitn got a ati „ r |glnal comerfv wkelch ; italph Job n hi one. for tbc winners. 

lot of. fun out of Sammy Cohen, a Hebrew t hc intrepid blcvcllst : Kerry Corwey, tbe nm- Mostik'K's Am.mai. Akkna presents tfall 

'" sical clown : Henaro and Bailev In w>nga and Inrd^grpu^of performing lions aa t feature, 
dances ; Chas. A- Mason, Lew Kelly ana corn- 



future. Tbe Interest Is sustained, and wllh 
one or Iwo slight revisions and with greater 
care on the part of soma, of the actors, the 
piece will go wllh a swing.. LoUls J. Cody 
was most prominent by his good work .1- 
Swlftwlng, and won great applause. Jack 
Morrissey was conscientious aa Jim. AVtn. 



Isco." la lo open In a few daya. 
Tine Manhattan Mt.iiii TiiKArns Eeaaon, 
tinder the direction of Kdward K, Rice, 
opened on Decoration Day, afternoon. Thfl 
opening attraction was the Black Pattl Trim 
ludours, headed by Block 1'attl and John 
IliH'ker. Tbc Hmk I'uttl engagement nas 
HmMed to five, evening performaures, with 
matinees on iKvoratfon Day. .Saturday and 
Sunday. Many ipeclal features Were; added 



tenderfoot: Frank Kirk did good work la 
the I hankies* purl or "Frisco -luck: lluth Me- 
( aiiley was pleasing as Kthel. and Beatrice 
1- Webster was a hard working llltle woman 
as i>alay. Tbe other memhcrH were equally 
ciiinnotcnt. and the .-tax 1 ' management hud 
evidently worked hard for effects. Tbc cast: 
Jim Itedltcld. Jack Morrlsey ; Lu timer 
Wright. William Morris; tiammy Cohen, 
Burl Carton : Swlftwlng. Louis J. Cody; 
'Frisco .lack. Frank Kirk; Harry lingers, 
Chester Hamilton: Bnfdwla Truvcra. H. ll. 
Brennan : t'-il Younger. Harry Barleu: Judge 
tllbann. Clark Mt-tiraw; I-Hbcl Travcrs. Uuth- 
McCnuley : Beatrice Mardale. Beatrice 
Thome; Daisy Mussom, Beatrice U Webster. 
Kxw-itUve staff: Beatrice Thome Company. 
proprietors: S|>auier II. Cone, general mana- 
ger: B. I'luea, laisluess manager : J. \V. Ma- 
creudy. stage director; Max Smith, stage car- 
penter: Jo. K|*ercs. property man; Hun I 
tirant, eleetrlcluu. This attraction closes tbc 
house fur the season. It will reopen laic In 
July. 

Ac r in I Hardens <Klaw& Hrluuger, man- 
agers), — <ieorgc M. Cohan, rulhlessly ener- 
getic with the blue itencll, lias taken Ids fli-st 
great success on tbe legitimate stage. "The 
tiovernor's Son," and changed that pnuuUlrig 
youngster un that his own family wouldn't 
know biro. Tbe reconstructed -play, which U 
In three acts began lis Hrst New York ea- 
gagemeut on (his roof June -I, with tbe hard 
working At, Coban as the star. The pretty 



pa ay. presenting "The Onion Trust ;" tbe 

Munellu-Marnltz Troupe, musical equilibrists: 
Kdna Luby, In clever Imitations; ibe Three 
Boses, presenting a pretty musical number, 
und the vltagrnpb. 

Bolter's Museum (John II Anderson, 
munngor). — An excellent bill Is seen in the 
curio balk this week, headed by Chief White 
('loud and his troupe of North. American In- 
dians. Martha Waarnfubrer. Prof. Newman 
and Prof. Hitter also attracted considerable 
attentlou. Jn the theatre a finely arranged 
bill Is presented, to crowded bouses', at every 
performance, and includes : Billy Barlow. 
italph Fdwards. Dorothy Collins, McBay and 
Peelmcr. and many others. 

Atlantic tinrdeu (W. Kramer's Sous, 
managers). — The Kalihoveskl Brothers, acro- 
bats : t'aylor and tiraff, comedy sketch team : 
Thomas and Payne,' colored comedy duo ; 
Bddle Clarke, comedy juggler; Idlllan Jeu- 
r.ctte. viu'ttl comedleuue and dancer; moving 
pictures mid the Klfte Ladv Urcheatra nre 
the attractions- for tbla weok. . 

1 v.-eiitit TluHire (Henry B. Harris, 
i.'ir.:uigf r,'.~ "'1 In- Don and the Mouse" be- 
gun lis iwenty-nluth week June 4. 

Prim-ess Theatre (Henry Miller, mana- 
gerL — Henry Woodruff, In "Broa-n of Har- 
vard." . entered .bis Ufteeuth und last week 
June 4. Tbo engagement will close 7, and 
tin* bouse will rjemalu'dmrk fur ihe Sumtuei'. 

Umpire Then! re (Charles Frohmnp!, 



Oh 



Mr. Boatock states that "Maltimore," 
famous man eater, Is In this group. 

Hknpurhon'h, i'om;v Ikj,am>. — Bill week 
of June 4: Krle«ei's Animals, Hehrv Kvnas. 
tbe ('-livers. Lillian Maynurd. Crawford and 
Manning. Rohr and Pkntzer. Dixie Herenad- 
ers. Held Slaters, Itltter aud Foster. Metro 
imlltan Urand Opera Trio, McCrea and Poole, 
Klein. Ott Bros, and Nicholson, Three Bros. 
l.u Maze, and Hills and Wilson. 

Notk. — The (eatlmonlal benefit to James 
B. Mullen, nlj;bt of ■•■ was most successful, 
and oetted a neat sum for the recipient. 
Many noted people In the prdfeslon volun- 
teered their services. Among (hose who ap- 
peared were : The Weston Sisters, Joe Me- 
Nrttiy. Manning und Cooper. Three Hones, 
Will TomklDs, Cbas. McAvoy, Foar Sheas, 
Joe Maxwell. J. F. Kellly. Harry Breen, Nick 
Wright. Tbe iieiformancQ waa under Ihe 
dlerctlon of Win, Josh Daly, from the Wo, 
Morris office. * 



tleo nt 

Pygmalion and (Jolatea," with Mr. ami 
nm Charles Walcot lu tbc title iwris 
Among mnny other starH with whom 
they performed were Dion Boueicault and 
Agnes ItDbei'taon. Adelaide Nellson. Agnrs 
Bthel, .lanauarhek. Clara Morris. Barrvaul 
Ivan, L'harlea Kechter, .Lucille , Western, 
( hariofte Thompaon. Billy Florance, John 
R. Owena. John Brougliam, Lmmi Wal- 
ler, Frank Chanfrnu. K. f. Davenoori. 
Ismlse Pomeroy and Ada CavendlHb. "o'hpn 
they left the Walnut Street Thealre 
Ihey went to McVlcker's Theatre. Chi- 
csno pn Feb. 28. IHTU. Mr. Meat was 
Mr Lucius In a heoejit uerformance of "The 
Rivals," tendered to Mrs. John Drew. Sirs. 
JValcot being Lydla Languish. This was Mrs. 
Drews lirst appearance as Una, Malapron 
and Mrs. Baroey Willlama reappeared In 
honor of the beneficiary. I<ong tours In "TV 
Luiikei's Daughter." •■Dlvorcons," "Ksmer- 
alds" and Ituse Cogblan'b company follenMi 
with engagementa under Lawrence Barrett 



ers. lletd Slaters, Itltter aud Foster. Metro- £d Jo ei "if leffe mm Tu ktT^m, 
oolite rlrand Oner. Trio. SEfS snH CE "walcor^et'ted^anlel^S^^^ 

Join Ills slock company at the old Lyceum 
lTiPuire. New Y'ork City, and tbey opened 
under Mr. Krohman's management. In "Tbe 
wife." on Nov. 1, 1S87. During the many 
years whb-h followed at the old Lyceum, 
and after that stotk compuny was dlabHnded 
Mrs. Walcot played Rutn Bolt, lu "Sweet 
Irftvender:' 1 Madame de Beyney. In "The 
Martpila:" Mrs. de I'eyster. in ,"The Cbaiitr 
Hall;" 5lrs. Croaa, In "The Quaker;" Mrs. 
■M Sherwood, In "The Old, Old Ktory:" 
MIkk nrent. In "laidy Bountiful:" Amanda 
Jane Til iidleduwn. In "S<|ulre Kate ;" Mm. Dn 
Itttyler. In "Mt:rry (Jot bam :'* the Hnrnne^s 
de Beaumont, In "Americans A-broad:" Ma- 
dame Eslolle. In "l»ur. Country Cousins;" 
Miriam, lit "Toe Amazons;" Lady Dariiy. la 
"The Case of llebellious Susan ;" Lady ilark- 
ley, In "An Ideal Husband:" Mrs. Kbipuge, 



KKW YOltK CITY JOTTINGS. 



Jcih.v. Frki»>. the popular timekeeper of 
Dreamland, Coney Island, who managed the 



llltle elevated theulre was crowded, and every- 
body apnea red to like tbe new songs and lines manoger). — Maude Adams began her thirty- 
provided, which augurs well for the dtt-Suw- Hrst und lust week June 4. 
meg success of the production. Mr. Cohan's 



Andrew Mack Co. last seasoa, ha« returned "i "The Benefit of the Doubt ;" Mrs. Craleen- 

lo his old stand «t Ihe enlrance of Dream- Bffi 'J? '**? Courtship of l«onle:" Mrs. 

land. Blekerdyke. In "The late Mr. Coatelln:" 

^ Ladv Itlncslend. In "The Princess and the 

In Butterfly; 1 * Mrs. Trefer, In "Trelawnpy or 

gj the Wells;" Clarissa Orandln, In "Americans 



niuslc Is ull good, and bis lyrics nre 11 1 so 
'Xeellenl. The music of one number. "Push 



\\. Black ; Mrs. Vuyne. I^»ls Tabur: Marjorlo ,*,(,. Aiouk lu My Push Carl," Is almost Idea 

\ H HIP. 1-,11'H 1. It'll ' Sll llltlttll SVIintlllSllUII. I'.. 1I....I ...III. M .. 1 '.,!., .,.-. ^-..w... ■• l',,i- 1 , ■ .',■.. Mill 



Vsyne, latra Licit; Solomon Kyphonstclu, *£. 
I' Van Itnn^selaiT ; Captalu Ituilolplt /.llsky, 
John H I'ratl; Dnuber BrtiKli. Hal Pettrson ; 
Lieut. KchDlpii. C^iiherlne Tanner; It. I«a 
Carte, lleurl Krench *. Josef, L. K llotsford; 
Kutrlaka, Bluuche lllng. 

Acndcm> of Aluslu (lillnturc & Tuiuii- 
klns , managers).- -K, 11. Huthern and Julia 
Marlowe began. June 4, the second week of 
the'r cttgageui'nt, with "Much Ado About 
Nuthlng as tbo hill. Mr. Sot hern repeated 
hbt former vm-cess as Iteuedlck, Httd the Itea- 
IrtcH of Miss Marluwe was as pleaalug its 
ever. The oilier members of Uiv company 
lent good aid to (he slars. 'I lie cast In fall: 
Don llidro. ■■'rcderlrk Is T o grp ; Don John, 
Frank Keldier : Claudlo. Kwl Krle ; Bene- 
dick, K II. S'lltinii: l,i-onHio. William llar- 
n«: A&toitlo. Thomas 1,. Davis; Bultlisiar, 
l,dHon It. Miles; Ctmrade, AlniBH If, Pettier: 
Bornclilo. J«hn Tavlur : Messeuser. P. J. 
Kelly: Frlac I-Yancls, T. L. t!oleman ; IV»g- 
berry, li'uvluiid Ilticksloue :. Verges. Malcolm 
Bradley: A Kextnn. Kdstm II. Miles; Oat- 
cake. Wlbupi* Dame: Sescole. l''rtslerlck Kauf- 
man: A Hoy, l.tomihy Sadller; 'Hem. Allen 
llarrlmitrui : Beiitrlco, Julia Marlowe: Mtir- 
garei, Mlllli-oiit >lcLaughlln : Ursula, ICIcaitor 
SanforiL Stall week, •Taming of Ihe Shrew" 
mid "'the Merchant of Ventre." 

Fnttrleentti Street Theatre (J. Wesley 
llnsencpiest. iaimnger>. — The Theodore Drnry 
<{i«tul Opera Co. begun 11 week's eiigsgement 
here May "JK, in "vVlda," and, In spite of Hip 
heavy ruin, was greeted by a good slxetl 
iMiuse, wltb'b was nut slow la showing Ha 
appreciation of ihe gmtd points In Iho or- 
gnnUitlou. i»f which there were iiiiinv. Mr. 
Driiry appearetl as Amonasro, and nrter the 
tlrst iierviMisnesK bad passed, gave an excel- 
lent ai-eounllitg. l-'slelle Clongb pleased 
{trendy hi iho |Hla role, and Henerleve Mui- 
ey gnyo 11 thoroughly earnest presentation of 
Amnerls. .lames Worsbum whs vxcellenl hs 
ItHdames. »ad won miiclt Hpplnuse. Tbo 
cast: Aids, Kstelle ( 'lough : Amnerls, (jene- 
rleve Mollpy; Hadsmes. Jamea Wurshata ; 
■Itiinriliis. Iltrhunl Bnmks ; King, t'citrge W. 
Tavlor; High Priestess. Margaret ItHtidall : 
Messenger. Frederick Slieliluti : itrleiitsl Danc- 
er, Ite Forreste : Aimmasro. Theodore Drttry. 
Tnesdny, It*. "I'tiriiien" was presented lo 
a.hne audieiiie, stid Ibe success of .Xlonday 



Ileal ,wtiu Mr, < ohan's song, "r'orly-nvu Min- 
utes from Broadway," bill ll Is uuue the less 
interesting ou that account. In the sceoud 
net Ihe funny complications of tbo "Id play 
are retained to n great extent, as well as can 
lie remembered, and tin' luuglts followed one 
mother fast, as ibe rarcjcarsltuailoua were 
rapidly developed. Mr. Cohan mug several 
of bis Kuiigs with the big succuks lhat usually 
attends Ms own peculiar vucal efforts, and 
his dancing, which In many ways defies Imi- 
tation, whs applauded energetically- Ivtbcl 
Levy, lu several sliinutng gowns, lia'd her 
op|H>rtuully wbou she saug. and she availed 
herself uC h. while Jerry ,1. and Helen 
1'. Cohiiu played their funny scenes of 
houeyiiKHin storms wllli capltul results. 
Julius T.mum. lu a Cenuau dialect, was 
iiiosr. commendable, and lu 
several of bis, fatuous Imitations in 
Hie song. "A Itegular William UIHette." 
which whs encored warmly. Truly Simiiuck. 
louklug charming, sang with fine effect, and 
William Keugh. John Conroy. Jack Wclisli-r 
anil i.'hnrlea 1. Nicholson gave good aid. T1i» 
cast: Benjamin Curl is. J. J. Cnliaii: Hon. 
TIiim>. Wbecluck, Wllllntn Keogb : Dickey 
Bicksoii. Julius Tinmen : Mnrtln Mrtioveru. 
John Conroy: Bill Kwlfl. Jack Wel»s|er-. 
Webster, l-'nmk McNisli: JoIhisuh. Clt>veliili<l 
I. Mcholsiin ; MesKenger Boy, Nat lloyaler ; 
Algy Wlirelnek, lieorge It Cohan; Mrs. 
Krankliu Junes Berryniore, Truly Shut luck : 
Mrib llcojuniln Curtis. Helen F Cnhun : 
Kniernld ('recti, Itose tireen ; Mrs. Dickey 
Dickson. Kthel Irfvev. 

Pustcir's Theatre (Tony Pastor, mana- 
ger! — Summer, with lis many seashore at- 
tractions, seems lo hitve Utile effect oil Ihe 
audiences at .this Ionise. June 4 a popular 
lilll was offered. The Mimic l-'our. lu "The 
Bay After," provided it 11 esccllenl offering, 
and wi-ul well. Crawford ami Manning. .mi 
(he trappier, did some hurlesmiP work which 
won lots of laughs, Tom aim Kdtth Almonil 
presented 11 musical htkI dancing ncl whltth 
earned unstinted npplHUKc, hiuI Ihey workptl 
well. Selhlnl and llmvlnl am clevpr scn>natlc 
'cyclists, and Were duly rewarded for their 
good 'efforts. 'Hip lloldsworlbs. bsujolsls, 
Ktngers nnd dttneers. were well received, and 
made an uunuestlotipd hit. XHrfcr and Bor- 
deaux have always Is-eu welcome here, and 



Ilnrlem. — The Harlem Opera House 

dosed Sulurduv. June 'J. thus ending tbe en- 
gagement pf the W. J. Kelley Stock t'o. After 
tbe jter for ma nee Mr. Kelley was presented 
wllli a loving cup, and Ihe entire atugc was 
covered with flowers. 

Wt;sT Km ■ I lieorge A. It lament hit I, uiaua- 
geri. — A Suinuier sds-k. wllh (ieorge t)ls>r im 
the star. o|smed I, with "l>r. Jekyll and Mr. 
Ily-lc" .is Ihe bill. The supporllug company, 
hendetl by Adcliue IMinlti|). Is capable, and 



H.vsiiiv KKj.i.Kt has been engaged by Chaa. 
I'tolunan for one of the Important roles In 
"The Little Cherub," 'which Is to bo produced 
at Ihe Crllerlou Theatre £arly In August. 

Harry Si-inv/.n, press scent for the Ros- 
tock Show, at Coney Island, Is again In har- 
ness, after a six weeks' Illness. 

Tiiquas L. KprJmt, treasurer o( the 
Princess Theatre, will spend a few weeks at 
bla mother's home, In Suit I«ke cltv. Utah. 

Maiik A. Lkusi'hkk left the !■'. V. Proctor 
litislnestt staff on Jitue It, and will brunch out 
jis 11 manager oa his own account. He baa 



found favor with a large audience. Popular tpuded. A mtiKlrul progrnmine wns presented 



been located at Proctor's Fifth Avenue Thea- " v »B , ot * 'ast engagement was in nuntrl at 
Ire (he past season. Aonlellusaell, In r 'Brother Jac«|iies,'' rhlcli 

r.suan the AL'Kl-ictiH of thd Actors* Church 
Aillnuce a reception was held ou May :t|, In 
Si, TJiomus* church, which was largely, ut- 



at Home:" l*ady Hetherlngtou. in "John In 
gerlleld ;" Mrs. Bepchluor. In "The Manoeuvre^ 
or Jane;" |*dy Bakar. la 'The Ambassa- 
dor ;" i ItucbHl Jordan. In "The fnterruplert 
Jloneymisui :" Huumili Plllcnuer. In "Lady 
Huntsworttrs KxperimPUl ;'■ Harriet de Caa- 
Iro, In TPlie Love Jfatrh:" Dowager fou'n- 
less of IxM-kneven. In "Mdv Margaret:" Chi 
dorl. In "Thp Darling of the (Jods." and Ma- 
dame Montage, In ''Brother Jacques." Mrs. 

■* "vas. in "*■ 
.-. Jac«ati.-. 
inened at the (^rrlck Theatre, New York 
Clly. Dee. 5. 1004. 



prevail with nmilnccs dally 
week, "lllp Van Wlnkh 



prices 



under (he direction of Irene Ackerman. 
Amuug those lu sj>etik and entertain were: 
Chas. T. Catlln. Ilev. K. M. Sllrcs. imipb Bav- 
lon llaii4rulli. He v. Joseph Silverman, Mm'o. 
Clara de Illgnud, Mr. AbeK-romble, May 
Lyni'h, Alma Morrisnn. Harrl6tte Kr 



waa.rtiipllcai.-d. TM cltanicters of I'arnnu. Mr. MMh>> com««riy work was IhoruugblV a|>- ZJuJmT'SlJ! 
Don J<isc. MU-.hsrls nnd KmuH4I»> were well preelaletl. The Wndmi Skiers, hi s,,ng,,lance P»»»t«ble neck 



W 

poi 

nunpsn.v gavn splrlled |H>rri>rmaiires. "Alda" 
was rp|s>aled ;'.". June 1 and matinee J. 
"'Carmen" wis repealed tituilnce ;:u, Jl and 
nlghl of. June % 

Savay Thealre (Frank McKee, mana- 
ger I.-— "The t.lrl Patsy" started Us second 
week June. 4. 

Lyric Theatre (Sam S. A Lee Shubert. 
rosnagersL- Ileurv K. Plxey. In "The Mnu 
on (he. Bis" begun his neeoDd week June 4. 

i'imIii" <m-h S * .Km Shuberl, miiun- 
gera>.~"Tiie Social Whirl" commeaced lis 
ninth week June 4. Adele Itltchle's part 
mi played by Kllaaheth Brlce In ihe first „ 

net Msy :i». Miss Bltcblo fainted, but mi gngempiit June 4. Next week 
euli' to appeal lu iho ovcoud uct. masler'a Daughter." 



Next 
will Is? the bill. 

HuaTiii & StAjnix's Music Hiu, (Hen 
Hurtlg, manager). — Business has Ikjcii snlls- 
factor during the warm weather, and there 
are no Indications of the house rloalug at 
present. Tills week an excellent bill ts 
offered. Including the folluwlne: jieoiile : Owen 
, , , l iV!;,t„V*'i Hoffman and company, itulund ware ami 
" eioniiany. Al. II. Wfsi »n and company, pre- 
senlhtc a comedy sketch: Uennlrr nnd tiouc- 
dler. Tom .Moore. II III and Hill. Princess 
Chinnullhi, and tbe new scenic church nov- 
ellv, "The Sexton's Bream." 

lhtiH-ron'H oxk Ht:.MiRraiAM»TwKNTV-Kirrii 
Stbkut Tiikatiik 1 F. F. I'rnctur. manager). 
--"The First Violin" wa« Ihe offering 4 and 
drew am of ihe usual Monday crowds, widen 
packed tbe bouse from lop to bottom.' de- 
spite the warm weather, ttnil Hip uiHllelice 
was amply rewarded, as one of the best per- 
formances of I he season was glren. 1'ititl 
McAllister :iltd Beatrice Morgan divided hon- 
ors In ihn leading iidps. and wcrp supnurted 
by l!ti l M'M. I.owf. (ieorge A. laissey. *ollllaiu 
Vorlou, Bnbert Jenntncs. and Misses Mr- 
Vane*: Jewell, Deshon and Siott. Tbe VHitde- 
vllle offers; Alpha Trio, Ida O'lmv and new 
motion pictures. Next week. "The Prlrutc 
Sectetnry." 

Amiamhha (Pen-y (i. Williams, ranuuger). 
— A well selected bill, with tbe Fays as prom- 
inent features, crowded Ibis house for the 

last week of vaudeville this season on Mon- neentur. — At ihe 
ilay. II. "Itoblu Hood" will Inaugumip a msnuger) the rPKiilur .... 
season of light am with a change of bill After remodeling nnd en 'urging the eeatfng 
weekly This week's bill : Couture and nil- rspnclly nnd stage, the next sen son will optrj 
letle. Aurie Dagwell. Delight Darscb aud Aug 'JO. 

her Broomstick Witches. Itnymnnd and Cav- li[iK\'ii..vNn 1'abk Thkatre (J. F. filveu 
erly, Ihe Black Hussjirs and the rays. manager)— Bill Mav -J7 and week: Fdwurd 

lioTHAM (Sullivan it Kraus. managers).— R Pt m. Ivtullv Iteiin. ifrorge Kale. Auliue Reno 
The Miami's')! Maids Is the closing aitrnct on Qwm Newark, Iluth Austin, educated does 
Tor this season, ami 11 well 1Il«l house was „ n d tbr, moving plcturea. Clara Allison Is 
in evidence, j n ii nil Indications point lu a the pianist. 

" »xbs.— Manager Jake rtotjcnthkl, of the 
liubuque, la., whs here Slay 30, 



Mrs. UoBKiir Boeson, whose stage name 
was Klleo Bere. died on May :w, In ihe 

I tench HoHpilii I. New \ork City. •« the re- 
ault of a surgical oporailon jter/ormed about 

II week previous. She had been Id poor 
health f«r about two years, and had not up- 

Mrs. Kde- 



Jt'idge Thomas \\. ^PUt-nan, "ridylli Be! iS^aS^irn 1',? g \rw Y«?rk U fltv r 

&% UVShC £Ft.£3k ^ » slitS^l'ik SS )Skl£* ny'wl.U ne? 

Hull?- lap 1 ok m USA k hri \?a™\ "aflS r*W ,hefl,r « ,11 Hambiirg. playlnB liotb 

Kerd\^ lQ ««W m.ftJS thereafter g^ymc 
Daly's, Madison Suuare, FIelda._ Herald 



Sfpiarc, Criterion, blhcrty. Murray illll. Four- 
leenlh Street, Proctor's Flflh Avenue, Proc- 
lor's Fltly-elfiiitli Street. Third Avenue. York- 
vllle. trvltiiff I 'In re. CIn-Ie. Miner's Klgblb 
Avi'iiup. Miner's Itowery. t)er;ev and I^oodon. 
Mkjiriirk of 'The Vanderbllt Cup" Co. 
called on Klsle .Tinls ut her hotel, .funo 4, 
and Henry V. Donnelly, acting as tpokeanmii, 
nre&ented her wllh a loviug cup or silver. 
Phe cup Is ll Inches high, weighs ,'17 minces. 
Is lu the form of a champagne glass, and Is 
engraved wllh an Inscription that reads : "To 
KlsleJanls, in rnnitucDioratloii of .» pipautDt 
i-niupanlnnshlp. fmm the memlters of 'The 
Vauderbllt Cup' Co., June 4, 1'Miu," 



ILLINOIS. 



. thereafter playfug 
an engagement In Berlin. Krnest Posssri. 
Jim (iertuuu actor, took her with him on bis 
ItusslHn tour, during which she played nu- 
merous leading roles. ICIlen B'urg rauic to 
tbr Cnited Mtatew wllh Possart, and n>- 
maincd at Amberg's Thentre, Xew York, for 
two seasons, is leading woman of the stiwk 
company. Her American debut was made at 
Amberg's In 1881), In "To*. ('rent Unknown." 
Her popularity ns a (ierman MfciW ai wuk very 
great. In February. 180". ahe made her 
Initial apiteurame as an Bngllsh speaking 
actress, as Ivitte Armltage. In "Incog," Iloherr 
l-.doson being the Ilnrrv Wlnterv. Her second] 
Liijrllah role wus In a corned v curtain raiser 
to "-Incog." In November. 1802.slieund Itobert 
Meson were mnrrlcd, lu Boston, while Mr. 
hdi'Mjn was. leading man of the old Museum 
Stock Co. Mlaa Burg Is well remembered for 



won cinhUKlastlr rerullt, Annie ChMiutlcr Brooklyn — Only two hoiiBea In tbe 

Bare some Inlersilag lultaliuus, snd her Western District of Ihls hermign are open 

slitulitE was cujoyetl. Others were: Flu low now. Al tbe Orphenm tpeny ti. Williams, 

and Dunn. Ilarues hiUI Ktockwell. Fred Cos- toun;igen the oridieum Owni Co., under Ihe 

grove and Klmer Jeronte'B lerrlers. The vita- direction of Milton ,and Sargent Aborn. 



RUa 

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i;f.-Mili closed the bill. 

Belnsco Theatre (David Belasco, man- 
ageri,— lllnncbe Ihites. in "The OUT of the 
(•olden Weal." started her thirtieth week 
.iii-.ic 4. Hubert Hlllturd reflrrd fn^m tbe cant 
May .11, mull uext scanou, hl« part being 
;ii- v.'i! by Thuuinii J. Mctintite. 

tirnnil Opera House l.fobn II. Springer, 

mannjrert. — "Buster Bnmu" began an en- 

Tbo Pi»t- 



uppntHl. on Jtme 4, a four weeks' engagement 
of Hummer opera. Among the people enctiifted 
are: Humid Blake, Campbell Donald. Agnes 
Stone. Mefo Carson. F. S. Heck. Ktirl Stall. 
\V. II. May, Maurice Itageman and n fine 
cburus. "ttohlti IIismJ" whs selected aa tin 1 
c|s*ulng piece, itlKl was heard bv i». Is rye 
nudlcticc 4. Mr. Itlnke. ns Itoblu Hood : -Mr. 
Donnld. ns Guy of Ulaburne; Mlas Stone, aa 
imute Burden. «t»l Miss Carson, as Anna- 
belle, were well received. Miss Stone waa 



TZ. iA R ,„ fH „i ''"work as the Ingenue in "What Happened 

J2£? . L, %J gll1 .V!' ? J,mw «bd In ^'Children of the Hbetto." 

««i ^ iin» H? Ma y. JB - H p '', l««t appearance with her husband was 

- In the role of Hope. In 'Soldlem of Fortune." 

at the Savoy Theatre. New York Clly. hi 

)P»'J. The ftmeral services were held at Iho 

.Stephen Merritt undcrlaklng establishment. 

NlnpteeDtli Street and Kighlli Avenue, on 

June 'J. The rerun Ins were cremated 

un SHiLL^n, a duncer, formerlv with the 
Collnl Troupe, and lately with the Salvaged 
troupe of dancers, whu found dead In his 
loom al L'74 Indiana Street, tlhlragn, III., on 

Hi' fcE3"i **^I \" , '"■'• v 8I - ■"■*•* death was accidental, escaping 

^ jy^MM- y*. «jtfrtt^ Jl rPBHfd In/ g«s in his mom having asphyxiated hltn. II" 

was Win in Vienna. Austria, und was twrniy- 
nluc years of age. 

'"koruk I'AtiB. formerlv a well known 
clown, celebrated In b'« day as "Sawdtnt 
t;eorge." tiled In BnchfHter. N". V.. June I. 



1 heir lil|tpodrome tent show. The tour will 
be for elcht weeks, four In central Illinois 
ttnd four In funilll towns around Dubuque, 
openhiE Jftae 11. 'Hie programme will ho 
alauit .six big acts, with three ahowa daily, 
at popular prices The back wall of the 



Madison Opera House "n't Tu'se^lariB*.'' wis &$2*&£P£***1* lu - »""t« lned - M* 

■Cftl lihn to 

;.«« uuil ibmrt: " Si*M »** »*W" »' hta populif'.'- 



blmtn do»n durla B a »,«•« Mori nWnt o? £.0% B^J*SS l, '»««' £5 Intellorl. inrt 
Ike Man uiitl ■■■mi ,, '".,."i ". ■" 



"""" ''"' "" ' ; , " ; "" °"" ■«»"J- He .il«I n j>nan>f."' 

Vhlladetphla, Pa. 



anxious to see him. 



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JUNE 9 



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443 




■ j. ,«.< iir.d Lj JIJKLVII.I.K II, RAYMOND Ihl one or nil Big Mtltlral Cull, ill*. Nrxt 8»iail 



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N'ov.liy Danrer, And CoHlwly 1 pnltn Hon.. 



IVnnt.-.ii AllunlfK In Oiw. A few warkaouen In Jun. anil Jul).. Thank" to Jlaiiagi". fji uttvi.mnl Kami lan'k la win- fi leurl.. A*titi*.A , . 

. 807 ■ K. iafctH ttT.. or All i »Qod 4%g«»n*>.a». 



fijjra Whrei-kr, r-haroelar woman and 

rnKr II Mans, dip* at Oakland. CM., mi 
{fit "0 aged Iblttyelgbt wit 8lie went 
J. t hi 'slaee "W » ctlld ' " nd w " wllh 
fflnf! """niigsllM" »• "hen still »mt 

iBrongh the mining ronotty. Slie *a».ln San 
VEarVo at th« tlbf ill llif eartlinuak*. and 
tba esposnrfa »b* waa auMMttd lo at that 
ilea liiflrelbg from the stricken civ resnltrd 
in bar dfath" Interment was In Mountain 
Vi.w Cemetery, Oakland. 

RirUABO WllJ>, nn actor, died la bed on 
niipirine ulltht. May -20, In a furnished room 
"e™ Tblrd Street, New York City. 
Deatb was aaid to have been due to alco- 

Jamks Vkrnox. nn actor, wboae home was 
In New' York City, died at the Homeopatlilr 
Hospital. Pittsburg, Pa., on May 30, Ironi 

pneumonia. ^' ^ f i f . ; r ■ 

gcrli it f lifers. 

Mia. Jbsxjb S»katn-a«, wife of Willis P. 
Sweat nam. th»- -well known black face com- 
edian, died on May 31, at the Hotel hoile- 
clafre New York 'City, from hear! failure. 
Mr* Sweatnaul vu never on- tbe siage. but 
iibe rvn-" verv, popular with members of the 
urofesslon, aud'woa active lu.the Professlouol 
Woinnn's league. Slie wan flfty-four yenrs 
old. and was horn lu Wllilamsport, Va.. i 
diugbier of Judge Appolls Woodward. She 
was married to Mr. Swearuaui on -lime 1, 
18u;i. They had no children. 

Birou ranUMMr was married to Wil- 
liam !.. Abingdon, an Kngllsh actor, tit Cal- 
vary Baptist -Church, New York Oily, on 
Tuendoy afternoou, May -1». Amelia Bingham 
nod Ionise Calloway Brnnder were the ma- 
trons of honor/ Charles Rlcbman wan the 
best man. De Wolf Hopper, Wilton Lackaye, 
Vlorent .Serrano, Augustus Barrett and Krnest 
Uwford were ushers. • 

A nr.uuKANuivM was banded dowu by toe 
Supreme Court on May 20, deciding that the 
Tflliiable pointings purchased by the late Ju- 
feph Jefferson, belonged to tbe widow's shore 
of the estate and, therefore, sbe won entitled 
to the proceeds of tbe recent auction aale of 
them Id New York. Tbe pictures brought 
about attOOiMO. ■ 

Fat Davis, rbe-aotress, was married May 
23. to Herald- Lawrence, >au English, actor. 
formerly iu the company of tbe late Sir 
Henry Irving. Tbe ceremony was performed 
quietly at No. dl Colombia Road, Dorchester, 
jWoh, Mas*. ■ 

liOtMH A. EittLts, maoa^er of "Utab" Co., 
laovyrenc-e & Karle, owners, writes : "We 
vpt npd our ' Siimnier aeaton > of oa» night 
staads oii tbe t'nlin It (Irflnt circuit most 
EixreHsfnlly at l.lvermore I-*b11b, ■ Me., 'May 
IT, presenting Lem B. Parker's welt known 
Mormon, play, 'Utali,' with an exceptlnti- 
c 11 y atroag cast, headed by William Law- 
renee, late of Den man Tboropson's' "Old 
HomPHfeod" Co. We have the bent of New 
KaglHQd lime, carry n lavish display of ape- 
ilal printing, and a company that is necond 
to none for dramatic ability. Judging from 
ibe enthusiastic reception acconted Ma' by 

5ood sized BudteDces.' Our cast confllsta'of: 
oe Caldwell, William - Lawrence , Daniel 
Strong, Spencer Cliartera ; .lohn Farntini. 
Horat.-e V. Noble; Frank Karntim, Ira K. 
Karle; Bishop Uannon, Fred W. . Coulter; 
Abner Brown, M. H tlrotto; Joseph I'eter- 
Bon, Frank English ; David Moore, Cbas. 
Marria: Faith Karnuu, Tesale Loralae; Ma 
Caldwell, Rene D'Arcy; Grace Caldwell, 
Pear. Ford. E. C. Andrews Is press repre- 
sentative. ■" . - •: 

Ernri. FottTF-K and her slaters have join. J 
JMcPbec'H "H. ■ T. IV Co., dolog Ophelia, 
Topsy aud. Dva. t<nurn and Baby Mary are 
doing their singing' and dancing apev'iitles, 
Baby Mary being Featured. 

Hudll BoNkkk KML tbe past season wltb 
Mndnni Modleska. and Harry -Warner, who 
ban been with the Olympla Opera Co.. on the 
Pacific, coast, are. visiting their parents at 
Ualuesvllle, Tex. -■ :. . 

Otto c. KABtiiEBaRit Jr.. manager or Kam- 
berger's Tlientre. -Brunswick, Md., closed bis 
house for tbe' season the week of May 14. 
with the 4. L. Tempest Dramatic Co;, and 
has now returned to his liome In Baltimore, 
to arrange 1-ooklugn for next season, and nlso 
to make arrangements to have his theatre re- 
u'.rnHt>d In time to open lip again In-Atigust. 

■InwiiM, Kkixy writes: ''1 hnve closed my 
seBson of forty-four weeks, and nor at home. 
J.ncm-llle, Teun.. preparing for tbe season 
of lWtl-1007. The past season was u record 
breaker through the Southern cities. 1 hnve 
two scenic artists, at work preparing pro- 
duct Ions for my repertory of next sensou. 
Tbe entire repertory at plays will he new to 
the South, Including tbe play 'The Blood of 
Ibe Father,' which 1 recently purchased. 
Twenty jwople will be carried, also a car 
load of Mcenery nnd effects. Seuson op^us 
July IS, in Kentucky." 

XiiTKS AND nbSTKH OP CHUNN'R OrKATKR 

"Unci.i: Tom's Cuir Co. — Our business 
has been good since the o[>etilng, April- 28, 
We haven't turned them nway, but tbe sfcnw 
U doing a nice business aud giving tbe best 
of satisfaction. Krerythlng Is bright and 
new. We travel In our own private car. the 
Accommodations being Hrst class. Kverylwdy 
Is well and everything looks good for a pros- 
perous sedsou. uur new water proof. canvas 
Is Jim [iini.it the real thing. This Is not Ibe 
largest "flnrle Tom" show ou the road, but 
we are pleasing the people. The following 
people are with the compuuy : J. D- Clitinh. 
sole owner, aud proprietor; V. C. Westlsnii. 
business mnunger; f^ou BrookH. stage mana- 
ger; Robert Norberg, band leuder, with twelve 
men; Prof, tins Kellmer, lender of orrhesira. 
with elgbt solnlstsc Mrs. V. ('. Westlond. 
Mrs. Ma rip Brooks, tbe Russell Children, Net- 
tle Moberlv, J. Moberlv. II. II. Marl. F. S. 
Putiann. Dm Jerkea, W. .!. Stone, Ceo. K. 
Robinson, Jutnes Westlwnd, H. Herron, A. 
Horsfall. Joe Carter, A. M. Pierce, It. <i. 
Booth, John B. Lett, Ralph Love and Little 
t.erHld. II. B. McCorkle liny charge of the 
ranvas, with eight assistants. The ghost ap- 
pears every Sunday, and The but Rkmahms 
la never late. 

WATKTXS DOdOLASS AND MARIAN- ■ WKST 

have closed their engagement wllh the 
Lyceum Comedy Co.. and hnve retired to 
their Hummer home among the pines, nt 
Huguenot, N. Y. The/ expect to take out 
their own company In the Fall. 

FRttz AtiAltrt has been engaged as lending 
man with (he. stock company at Thunderbolt 
Cuslno, Savannah, (la., opening May 14. lie 
reports meeting with great succesn. 

LurtsK Frahku recently made a successful 
debut with Ihfl Columbus Stock Co. at Cai- 
ro go. 

Otto. F. Cotter writes: "I closed a very 
Biu-cesnful season with tbe Creweot Comedy 
Co. May lit, and did now In stock at Lake 
<>lew Park. Augusta, Ua., playing principal 
pomedt wltb the Peruchl-QypzeneX'o." 
, ElTTh Stronu Ib being Teatureil with tae 



'rnw. II. Nr.mVK'K bus lieen re-eDgagwl 
for the part r»f Sam Ornnt, In 'The Nlnetv 
and Nine" Co..' for next sensiou. 

S. H. Akw>i.u writes; "| closed n season 
of twenty-eight weeks in Hamilton. Out.. 
Inst week, and lenve fnr my home In Detroit. 
Mich., where I will begin booking and pre- 
paring scenery for my new play. 'Wlll-o'-the- 
YVlsp,' n musical fnrce comedy of the day, 
which will use thirty-five peoplt*. Virgin uln 
I^e i'olletler will play the title rule, and 
wlill* the paper Is not vet out of the printer's 
hands, It will be' the best olttnluoble. In 
twen'y-one styles. I expect only to book the 
large*,- one night end week Rtands." 

NOTR8 FROM GORDON * BenSrtT'S "IloVAI,- 

SiaAVE" ("North*.— We* closed in Sprlnglleld, 
III. Reginald Knorr nnd Kleanore Bella left 
to join Wood it Thompson's "Struggle for 
Hold" Co., Miss Hells to do the Ingenue, and 
Mr. Knorr the heavy. Miss Jlellu% iix.ther. 
May Treat Rella. has been with "Struggle 
for flour Co., for tbe past sixteen weeks, 
doing the Biddy, nnd bus received great praise 
Itotli from her mnnugers and the public. Mr. 
Knorr is one of the- four ueople who opened 
and rlosed with 'Tie Slave' 1 niramj this 
season, having been with the couipuny forty- 
three weeks, ind twelve weeks' season pre- 
vious with "The Holy Cily.'* 

c. A. Ct^iikk has signed as representative 
with the De Pew-Rurdette Co., opening In 
Ju ly. . The West a nd Sunt ■ west will he 
toured. The company will unrulier eighteen 
people. A repertory of ploys new la flint ter- 
ritory will he produced with elaborate scenery 
for each. The season will he forty weeks, 
thirteen weeks are a trendy booked. Among 
Hie Tatidevllle feutnre.s nlrendy secured ore:' 
Tbe Pepper Twins nod Minnie Ihi Prep, hurk 
and wing dancer. 

Jack tiAMttim.i., tuistness mnnuger for R 
J. Carpenter's "A Little OutunsC^ Inst sea- 
son. Is spending Hie Summer m his home lu 
.Minneapolis Minn., ami hits signed with Mr. 
Carpenter for the same position for next 
season, when tbe show ifoes lo tbe Const. 

Joskimi C. Mc-Ookv will fill a Hummer en- 
gngeineiit'wlth-tbe Uo m t &* Snow Stock Co., 
at Falrjland Park. Memphrs, Tenn. 

HutRY 1'i.Tisn, for the pasr three seasons 
fidvertlslng agent at Cycle Park. Dallas, 
lex., has closed bis engagement there, aud 
has .signed with the North Bros.' Comedians, 
as advance agent. Mr. Kiting siatea that 
this is thp strongest^ popular priced attrac- 
tion lie hits ever bundled. 

Walter Scott Obf,hii:h closed his season's 
eiiKtgeunent with tbe Mamie Fleming Co, at 
Atlantic City, on May Sf, and has taken an 
engagement In Chicago for tbe- Mummer. 

Thos. II. Oaklf.v lias Just Dnlslied a sen- 
son of elgbty-three weeks as- leading man 
with Slater's Comedians, aud Is resting at 
bis home at Niagara Falls, for the .Summer. 
Martin Rowers, comedian and vocalist, 
closed u -toffy we weeks* engagement with 
.las T. .McAfpln's "Hons Hnrison" Co.. ou 
May ua, at Bfalr, Neb. .He reports that tbe 
show has been to the const and back, and 
business has been good, fie will rest at his 
home lu Chicago ail Sitniruer, with bis folks. 
MoRoan-Pepplr Ok Notes.— One of the 
best routes thfliS possibly could be secured by 
o repertory company hus been booked bv iir 
for next season, which opens Aug. 1. near 
Chicago, and goes South over tbe Chuoiber- 
llu, Crawford, Oreenwall and Klaw & I'r- 
langei' circuits its fnr as Charleston and New 
Orleans, returning North in the Spring, clos- 
ing the season Saturday. June l. ut Bny City, 
Mi.'li. Thia will be ibe second season, the 
past one being very successful, due -to tbe 
presentation ?f welt known plavs carefully 
staged under the direction of Douglas* Morgan 
and Lou Harrington. A nntnber of well 
known surcessea have been mem red. for next 
season. for-Whlch special ncenery Ik now- hero* 
painted. The company will aiimner rwenty 
people, including 1-. Bertlnl Sweet's lady or* 
chfstrn, also n ntimher of well known vaude- 
ville acts. . -- - . 

J. 1 H. (Lihsioe. proprietor of ibe Oorside 
Slock Co., Is spending Hie Summer wltb- bis 
wife (Kiumtt Warren l lu New York, ut their 
city residence. '■ , 

Iteiiecca Warren, Stock, nt ludlantrpolls. play- 
lug the title role In "Dr. JekytT uud Air. 
Hyde." i ■ 

(ii.a IlitMPHitKY has signed with J. C.-Wll- 
llamsou. lo go lo Austntllu t» play leads in 
•'The VlrglnJHD." "The Snitaw Alan," nnd 
other plays Mr. Williamson secured during 
bU recent visit here. Mlss> Humphrey left 
Mny -o'. for Sun. Francisco, and will sail for 
Assfralfn from that elty. 

Cohav £ Harris have engaged Willis p. 
Ssrpatnnm for Hie part of Raton Ham. lu 
"lleorge Washington Jr.." for n«xl season. 

Lio\ki. ItAimv :.|i>rti, bus anuounied his In- 
tention of leuvlng the stnge. nnd will s|hmuI 
next Winter In lfiris, studying art. 
' Llt.t.tAN Br.AiivEi.T has heen engaged bv 
Jue Weber for his coinpany for next season, 
and will appenr iu llslit: opera, which will 
form Hie first section of the bill nt i lie Music 
Hall next year. 

"Kraxk S. Da Vinson's "The Folks up 
Willow Crank" Co. closed a successful sen- 
sen of forty weeks at Albion, Ind.. Mny "".l. 
Maiiuger Davidson will spend the Hummer at 
cievelnnd, o., opening the next (our near 
that elly Aug, 1,i. Nenr printing and scenic 
equipment Is now being prepared, and the 
well known attraction will go out Iu better 
form than ever, we are Informed, 

Fi.oitBNcu Havih will nguln star lo "The 
Player Maid" during the eurjy part of next 
season. Her new piny, now being written by 
a well known author, will be placed In re- 
hearsal during the- holiday*. Frank T. Klntx- 
lag will direct both lours. 

NOTKS I-'IHIM IlK-N'TF HOW'S JofJ.V I*ATI1* 

FiNMRH. — We have Jimt i-loserl one of tha 

most success fill engagement s ever played hi 
s papular price rompuny, at Suburban Park, 
Vlilwbtirg, .Miss. On Saturday night we gave 
n Macau performance for the V. <■- T., fh* 
entire house belDg aold to thetn. Managers 
Moles and Kcntfrow had the casino ileco- 
rated In the colors of the order, and the per- 
formence wan witnessed by over A tnoiisaod 
people. All voted it the best company ever 
seen nt popular prices. J. I-;. Males, mana- 
ger of the park, make** things pteasatit for 
nil companies playing his pork. 

C'iias. I". l'riKi.i. has signed for his third 
reason wllh Nat M. Wills' Co. 

Ai.f. c. pRAir-r. bos been re-engaged fnr 
next senson with Billy II. Van's Co. 

Ah. .idium his i-lnsed wllli Ibe J. I.. 
Tempest Stock, as musical director, aud. Is 
laying off In Hoylestowii. I'D., prior to taking 
Hie position of pianist at Zeber's Park, I.atis- 
dale. Pa. 

Joe TiiAVKft opened with thn Uoge Hlork 
Co. at St. John. N. B.. May XX Tor a ten 
iveeks' tour, of Ihe-tnarltlme provinces. 

Ivthki. Bahrtmork will spend her Hummer 
rncatlnu at a cottage In Maine, and will nor 
go to Loudon ns previously nnnouncpil. 

Brrn Pi.yhiton Is at tba Orange. Silver 
Lake, Mass., Tor the Summer. lie will not be> 
seen lu "The Due]" next season. 

Ri tii St. Ui'mh will appear la London la 
her Fast lndiun dance*, under tbe mana|- 
anBt-of H rar g. B , liar.:—— -^ —- . 



Ki.esa IIahuis, who Inst sei)«nn cleverly 
port roved the role of Mrs. Tiger, lu "Running 
for Ornce," has lieen engaged hy M.. It. Bay 
mond for the nilp of Baroness, In snpporr of 
Knute Krlckson, lu "The Semlnar> a lllrl." 
Miss Harris will also be beard la two feature 
numbers, supported by n latge chorus. 

aftkk i.nNii nrootiation'.' Manager itn 
dolnh Aniiison has succeeded In proeurlng the 
famous orchestra from l.n Scnln, Milan, to 
nemmnany LeoncavulUi during bis tour In 
thn I.nlred States and Canada next Fall, 
when only the works of that popular com- 
poser will be performed with a company of 
dMIuguhhed vocnllsts, now being choseu lu 
Italy. 

Ckablkh M. Thau, has lieen re-engaged by 
Harry Doe! Parker for next season, to go In 
advance of the Kastern "Under Houtherii 
Skies" company. I- nmk M. Chapinon lias also 
lieen re-engaged ns acilng manager for the 
same company, which opens Its season nt 
Halifax. N. s., Aug. la. Mr. Parker hns Also 
r«-eitgng»r K. J. Buckley as huslne><s malin- 
ger of Tils Western "Under Southern Hkles" 
ciiinpntiy. which opens its season Aug. L':t, at 
Wheeling. W. Vn. little Rlair Parker's suc- 
cessful draniathmtlon of "David Corson" will 
I>- one of Harry Doel Parker's several mod 
product Ions nexr sensoo, nnenlag Sept. 17. ■ 
Abk LRavitt tins lieeu given tlie verdict In 
his salt for divorce against Charloiic l#vy 
i Lottie Kllloff). The ense was tried In the 
Supreme Court, before .lust Ice Ihigro and n 
Jury. Mr. I.euvin will now :i-k font divorce, 
"The Dfw a.m> tiic Yahi»." a song, by 
Alnrle Born, has Iwen accepled by diaries 
L'roli m:i n. nnd will In- toing I n London bv 
F.llflllne Terrlss.' 

<Mrs. Fimkf. axp Exii.v S-rRrK\s left for 
Citllfnrniu Mny L'_'. where they will speud th« 
Siimmi'i'. Mrs. rhkr-'»- next settsou will open 
hi the West. In "The New Vork Idea*" 

Thomas Honh will star In "Tbe (loveruor's 
Son," tinder the management of Sam II. liar 
rls nnd <>enrge M. Coliau. 

Lrt.if fii.ASER has .signed con true is wltb 
the BolJis- Merrill Co. for tbe dramatic rights 
■I "The House of u Thousand Candles." 

W. 1L tjn.sv and Manom rxiRIi hove ac- 
quired the rights to "It Mnppened lu Nord- 
lund." 

HciNU.ru Conimxd bus eugaged Itlln New- 
man, u Collfomlu soprano, for tbe Metropol- 
itan Opera Co. • 

May Inwix will appear at tbe Bijou Thea- 
tre, New York, next season, In a new plaj, 
by f.eorge V. ilobart. , 

J. Mov Bennett, late of tbe ttraud Open 
Houae Stock Co., of New Orleans, La., has 
signed for tbe Summer with tbe Lester Lou- 
ergan nnd. Mortimer Snow Stock Co., nt Mem- 
phis, Tenn. ' 

Char. Fanninu. tbe Australian comedian, 
hns arrived la America wltb his wife, Ueor- 
gln IV Voe, and child. < 

Lii.ijan Dave.n tins signed for slock this 
Summer nt Ibe Theatre Praneals. Montrenl, 
i 'fin., nnd for UPit season with Cbas. K. 
Riiiney's "Across the l'Eclth." to again ploy 
".Madge."'.. I- 

Tub Thkathical NAtiONArJ BAkk wllf/open 
lu ctiirjuo: in .lane, with a paid up capital 
of $l.(KlO t (i<iO. The headquarters will be In 
the Majestic Theatre Rulidlns, and Charles 
P.. Kohl and Martin Beck are Interested. 

The stock compast. ot thP Mohawk The- 
atre, Scbeucrtady. N. Y , recently used is a 
curtain raiser. "A Lesson ur Kconutny," wrif- 
ten^by Ralph Kellard, at present nnnenrlnit 
with David Wnttleld, in "The Mimic Master," 
at the Bijou Theatre, N. V. City, and William 
E. Bonney.-well known for his work in "The 



'.ternal City," Mr. Bonney will appear In tbe 
playlet as the Marquis of Westover, nnd Btnel 
Wright will appear as. the Marrbloneas. Tlii- 



mnrBs the flint of- a aeries of one act ploys 
wrlttea-hv Mr. Kellard uud Mr. Bonney. that 
will be "'tried out" by this company dnrlng 
the season ai this house, 

NoTKS FROM TUB JkAVONS* BlO STOCK Co, 

— We o|M>ned. nt Pltcalru, Pa., April H», under 
canvas, for fen days, and incked tbe tent 
eocb night, 'Hie company Is beaded by*Irone 
•leiivons. under the management of Thos. Jen- 
vohm. We curry twenty-six people iu oil.' 
Following Is the executive staff; Thos. Jea- 
1MR, manager; Al. ('. Wllsou, stagi- director ; 
Job Jeavnns. advance rppresentiitlve; Jbm. 
Rossnrl. treasurer: Bob Jenkins, master of 
properties : (Frldny) Wllmout, boss canvas 
nm; Harry Sylvns, hostler, and Jock Stan- 
ley, electrician. The roster of the company 
!■■: Irene Jeavnna, Helen Be Ven*. Little 
Irene, Dolly Many. Florence Hterling, Thos. 
■leuvnns. At. t". Wilson, Louts Anror, Clutl- 
den K. James. Dick Barry, Thus. Duucnn ond 
Fred Runhnell. Our repertory nnoihers 
twenty up-to-date comedy dramas. Including 
■lu old Vermont." "The World Against 11 In.' 
"Land o' Cotton." "hlghlliuuKe Jtolihery." 
etc. Our speclnlllcs are iutrodiieed between 
the nets iiynick anil Dolly Hurry, (iladtleii K, 
.lumes, Al. ('. Wilson onil Stanley's moving 
pictures. Business hns lieen line since the 
openlug nlglit, nnd we have not lost n night, 
notwithstanding storms nnd cold wi-ather. 

Aha iti:iu\ Is very 111 at her home, 1A4 
Wesi Ninety-third Street. New York City. 
niid It Is feared that' she Is ntilTerlilg from nn- 
nlher attack of appendicitis, sin* was lo 
have sailed for Baglund, but her trip was 
nbainloued for a tlme.,nt lensl. 

f.'itARLF.s From man has engaged Marie 
Tempest and Fills Jeffreys to stnr Jointly In 
America. , 

AiiTtii'it W. I'tKEito hos selected Margaret 
llllngtou to piny the leading purl lu Uie pro- 
duction In New York of "Ills Home In 
Ord«r." - - ■ 

The Corinne Rrs'Kt.P. Rtotk On, opens Its 
second sr-iMoti nt Lakewnod Park. Otirhnui. 
N. C May 91. The- company was very pnpit< 
lor there lant Summer, nnd Is always :wel- 
corned by the Durhomlles, 

W\i, Stami*iri> closed o twenty-eight weeks' 
pngagtuieiii with Hie Irene Mvers Co.. at New- 
port. It. L, and Is wllh the Henley Slock Co. 
(under rsnviiMt. for the Summer, pluylitg 
comedr nnd doing his dancing specialties. He 



Non:s rnoM Br«T Imson'h I'io Co. — Wc 
opened our leailng ieu-»m Mny *t;t. to tutu- 
nwny ImslneHs, lu spite of imd weuther, and 
look forward ti» n big senton. The show made 
a decided hli. and one of the feulures If Prof. 
Fred Heincr'* inmiv bund and orchestra. 
Roster : Hurt Inisnn, sole proprietor and man- 
ager : Hoy V,. HogRii, ndvntire: ,1. II. Ouvng, 
second mnn; Howard Fuse, stage manager 
nnd alienor: Mrs. Burt Imson. treasurer: 
Prof. Fred Itehner. musical director ; Harry 
St. chtlr. master of irnusnortatlnn. Thrcom- 
pnny Indiidesi these people — Umt imson. H. 
I,. t!*ae. Krtgnr Dnrreli. Harry St. Clnir. R. 
K. Ilogan. the Zellns, Winona Addlngton, 
Irene Imson. Maliel Appier, Fred llelmer. 
Mrs. Fred Belmer. F.i*le Helmer. Olive llel- 
mer, Sarah llelmer, the eight-year-old wonder 
child trntnhonlsl. Chus, llueksford: Herbert 
Tlinypr, Frank lk»emer, uiaster of canvas; 
John Heuueli. 

Mn. and Mas. Ai.varkk tNellv Lyons 
lUnly). who recently closed h season of 
thirty wwks with the Crudoc-N'eville Co.. nre 
now* nt tbelr home. I'eiin Van, N. Y., for the 
Hummer. They hnve signed with the Clorn 
Turner Co., for npxi season. 

■PnTEtlW" PERRI.KSH I'l AVERS NOTES.— We 

npenrd our pavilion season Siiiunlny. Mny 
1'J, nt Mnrystllle, Kitu. Sells- Kioto's CittW 
was In opposition, hut tlesplle that fact the 
sale of Hi-Vets had to Is* sloped nt 7..10, ond 
stRu'Hng room was nt n premium, since that 
time capucliy. business has been lite rule, ntid 
the universal opinion Is Hint It Is the best nnd 
strongest nttrncthtn yet offered. Maxwell & 
Warnn. owners nnd managers, have intro- 
duced an Innovation In pavilion attractions, 
mid their success Is wholly deserved. 

J. Co Mir F.mtoNi'N rinsed with theCnidoc- 
Nevllle Co.. nt Jackson. Mich.. Mny 10. nnd 
was re-enguged ns i-oiiiedbni hy Manager Cra- 

ll.l- for lieit sen "irl:. 

Fiavk iIaiikett, "the uprilde down plnti- 
1st." now wltb tlie Markhnm's "Ole uinon 
Jr." Cor plnylng tlu*- Northern eountrv, 
Writes: "Business hns been good. I nm nmk 
lug gillie it hit with my hlnn.i specliiliy, play- 
ing 1 1u> piano In nine ililTereiit jsislllons. W.< 
lire (.-inrvjan nine people, l-l»ir 'new sTenerv 
bus mi iiWfi. We start Houlh June L The 
roster: Al. ft. Mnrkbtiui. proprietor uud intlli- 
ager . Mayiue-Mi-clure, itsenr Newltt. Ilunlia 
Hughes, Will Davis, the Martins, Harry 
Weill*, and Prank unrreo. specialties and 
liiii-lcj'l dlreetor. lieu. Audorson is Id nd 
van. ■* We act the iii.i. Hemadlr "'every 
week, and It is very welcome." 

HarhvM. Pbicb; (lennan comedlnn. closes 
his season with Melville b. Raymond's "Hun- 
ter Brown" Co. June !i, at New Haven The- 
atre. New Haven, Conn. 

Chas. llAHTsototi writes: "I closet) with 
'Down Vermont Way" May 1-', sud have 
recently f been negotiating for the production 
of 'At Vnlley Forge' next sea-wo. 1 will 

riuy It entirely over tbe Dixie circuit, nnd 
have engaged Kiln iivaiw for leads." 
Kiu.kn Montforti and Chic and Hnrvey 
closed with the Lyceum Comedv Co. in 
Oonverneur, N. V, Mny kffi, nnd hnve Joined 
tlie Mh'iroe Illllninti Stock Co. for tbe Huat- 
mer. |f -. ■- • 

N'OTKM KROll TltK C, W. PaDRKR AJIUHE- 

MF.NT Co.— TIiIh show will this senson l>e 
under the mnnagemept of Itoy hi. Cramer 
and H. H. Tyler, and everything bas been re- 
modeled and repainted. It Is conceded to be 
the moat beautiful show (VI. Parker hno aver 
sent on the road. We hnve four free acts, 
and fourteen pay shows, and It requires 
twenty cars to haul tbe show. The senson 
opened Mny 'J-i. nt Kllsworih. Kan. II. K. 
Merkel is In his old position as prerin repre- 
sentative nnd manager or "The Al|w." Harry 
Shields Is general promoter, and Dick A. 
Fulton thirty duy agent. 

ItOMTKii of Story's t'AXVAt* 1*iirATntt: F. 
S. l .Sloi-y, (iropi'leloi- and uionngers ; A. While, 
luisliicss nm miger :Wm. A. Muck, stnge man- 
ager ; Hen Pftttenmn. ranster of props: Kd. 
iloll. Ihism cnuviiM man: Ony Hull, boss i-bau- 
(tellers : the Whiles, imvell vm'i : t'ol. Ouvel- 
leih, high wire wulker, aud n blind of tweuty 
pli'ies. UiiMlness Hoc. Cf,|l>lT.tt a regular 
visitor. Win. A, Mick -U uteetlng with Due 
siicceioHn bis new speclnllleH. ' 

Ho.stkk up BcitK's Din Hnow, under can* 
van: C. K Heyerle, owner: I*t«I It. I'llibcr. 
inaimger : Harry Welch. Fred- ft, Knv. Clmrles 
I'rokop. J. W. Ili'Htli. Homer Jenkins, Lou W. 
Hitlibard. c. L. .Incksoii. A. K. .Itdinson, II. 
Itiitnmnge, A. K. Mhepberd. Herb (Iregg, J. W. 
llurllnu, Harry MrVetm. Hurry Uonu, Win. 
Iliirrett, w. II. Burns, J, M. fhiiit-un, Frank 
Ihiyer, "Lumond." Totn Wnildell, Arthur .Ion- 
(Ireini, W. M. l.'ji-. Joe Ktihu Jewell Spurgeon, 
cIibh. ciauson. John Kngllsh. a. I,. i,i Mnr, 
l.tiilier Itohlnsoii, Vernon Skinner. Mrs. c. F. 
Iteyerle, Leouu Fairfax, Jennie Treshnm, 
j'dim Slend. Mm. Cliupln, Miss Chanlti, Hurry 
I'hutiln. I'lori'iire I'orrltine nnd Mrs, John 
Kngllsb. 

ItwuRTR fr'im the HellA-Plolo Slmws an- 
noiliire a very nice IniHiness, i-nnslderlng Ihr 
i .Ml weolher ilihutgliout the Northwest. They 
show in Denver June 1H and IU. 

ItoiT. A. Dk LtsbR writes from l>*ilrvlew, 
Midi., an follows : "My wife, kimwim* RHmV 
ilorwdad. Mhg very III; nlid tin- deaiji of 
•air child, compelleil inc in close the ( -n u miy 
known as De I. Isle's Overland Circus, at Mon- 
ii"', Mich. 1 linvf lakeu Mrs. De Lisle lo our 
tUuniner In i lu i- nt Fulrvlew. near Detroit." 

\'in:s nioxi Homiki u Hros.' Oor.pKV 
Masiot Uaii.way Hitnws. now traveling In 
Hh own special iiulace rullway coacheH.-- 
Itrnter of bund: Prof. Hurry Heldley. baud 
llUlster; I J co. Hinall, solo coNiet ; Cm! Cumii- 
'.•II, i; r Hi cornet: M 11. Heldley. i-larlllei ■ 
J. O. Tlgitor, slide trtinihone: J. f{. rruckcr, 
I'HrltMue ; Jny Woods. nlt» : A. L. Mulder, 
tuba : Frnak Crockett, imps. Performers: 
'Niugerty llros,, Prof. A. J. Miller's t ruined 



MtiiK JotiiRi, nn emplove of Cntnnilnfi* 
Wll.1 West Show, which was en *osi*> from 
Ftitavln. N, Y., lo Renaci Fulls, whllrt' pass- 
ing through Cnmndslaiin on the morning of 
May V.'t, was thrown from the train In the 
Northern Central Dallrnnd yards, and wbs 
so *-erloimly Injured ibat he wns taken tn 
lite \iemnnnt llosnltnl, where It was found 
that be bad sustained a broken arm. n con 
ciisslon of the hrnln and a scalp wound. 

Notrs i U.VM CUAXRI'S. SKW .MfMIHI. KltOW. 

—We mo Just returning frouj our Winter 
trip South. IlusluesR has been great down 
there wllh this show. Will tti Ish the sea 
son In Mlchlgiin. inir roster remnms Ihe 
some. Keniurky was our best State, This 
show will be enlarged next season nt Hng- 
mnw, lo twice Its present site. 

C. H. Camiv. of i.rs-nl Nn. 4, closed with 
car No. 1 of the Haruuni A Dnlley Show ftl 
lltislon, Mny L'N, to accept n more tiicrfltlve 
|u>hltlon with ii new iiunis<>mc)ii enlerprlie 
m he opeiietl shortly ot Atlantic City. S. J. 

llAiitv I.. M-NsiiN. hlnrk r»r*i> comedlnit, 
writes: "I am mpetlUK with big mii-rem. as 
Is also Hurt Howe, raus chnrarier-tmi»ersi-ni- 
olor Willi Ifartreiven' lllg. H. It. Mhows 
Ituxiness Is good, Hiiiwlihsiandltig Inclement 
weather. The Oi.n IlKt.UHt.K reaches im nil 
every week." 

HnsTRit or advertising cal-Vd. |. Frank a, 
Itoliblus' Circus: W. M. tloodwlii.. enr man 
ager: Vernon Smith, boss bill poster: J. t: 
Slsler. boss lltnvgrapber : Chas. Iiiaaj Hirrev 
Johnson. Chas, Mlltlrum. Dr. McCnnn ami 
Jmltl Splcer. bill posters. Pncle Hill Hood 
win Is conk. 

X.lTKM FROM Al.. F, WHRFI.RR'S NBW 

Moin:i, Snow Asnux.— Sluiv our upsnlna, 
■M'OI S8. this dfpiirtinent. und«r lanuagemeot 
•if Will I'. Miller, lis x hern dolog an excelleht 
business. We liuve i>Ue |»f (be sirongesi H |de 
shtiws ever carried by a wngtm sbow; Fol- 
lowing, Is the roster: Mndniu ts ' Nora, lire 
imri'ii it nd hitui.'iu Iioin.i : S|inuld|e. tralued 
dog : Clio, snake chnrmec fenriirlng her IDft. 
I«ia conslrlci.ir; the (in-at I'errliin. lion urlj 
Mly Hleu. second slglu;. net; Will T, Miller, 
iiiiiglc \ctiirlhspilsm and Pum-h nml Jmiv. 
i»nr cut, Hou i three niotathx oldk .irrivel Mtv 
2-L atrnpyiug. o cage wllh n Jamh and a dag. 

NllTgN FHO.M IIUFFALo BlI.I.'S Wll.l* WFHV. 

-After nine weeks In itnlv. RnhTolo Hill's 
Wild Wesi entered -Austria, ot Trieste, where 
iltree days' record ninklng business aB|n done. 
The nine weeks In Italy was' simply "Im- 
mense," and a inuhfiii reporrnf thesiii'cess 
tttuinclally nud otherwise, would hnrdlr be 
Iwlleved. yet It Is anre to say Mint It will he 
bnid for uuy other show In lfMMl to duplicate 
iu-nloe nuocesHlve wenks the business dune by 
Col. Cody's Rough Riders. The Italian season 
was ilnlshed with u uintlnee at Udlne, nbd it 
looked ns If the entire popuUtloo of the 
Nnrtbea«itern corner of Italy nod conte to see 



■logs. Prof. Ontman, «|ue»tr(iiii director: (lev. 

will close Aug. 1, to lake the management of Daiigherty, pnntomlihe clown: chas cross, 

nil's "A Pair of ('nun try Kids" singing and talking clowu; Om, Duiiglieny, 



Jny 



No. 1 Co., which o|M-ns the miiklleof August, 
near CliIcaKit. 

Kittt Kkrwin OntFKiTit .and ltohy Oer* 
tnnle Orilllili hnve Just returned to New 
York, having been severe sufferers In the San 
Francisco earthquake. 

ICriY PffiM jolnefl the Henley Slock Co.. at 
cotiiieniit, ft, Mav in. for general' business 
and io do his singing nnd talking -qvciHitv 

MARtt: flu. mi-:)!, -vlio Is resting ni her home, 
ciiattnnooga, Tenn., ifier closing on May in 
i very successful season ns leading woman 
wllh the crudoc- Neville Co. hns been rr-en- 
gatred bv Manager Cradoc for nexl senson. 

Harhv F. Winhmas, manager for Joe W. 
Spear's "The Irlsb Pawnbrokers" Co.. writes 
i l»nt after n most prosperous season of forty- 
four weeks, tbe abow will close at St. John. 
tyw Brunswick, June tl. and often fig i lu nhrjut 
the iniihlh* of August. Mr. Wlusinun will 
spend the Summer ut Atlantic city ind As 
bury Hark, N. J., until his seisuu opens. 

TBI IWir» DBAMATtr Co. Will close 111 

seosou June 'Si, and opens again early la tbe 



iicmhtiilc clown : jjattle Ulchnrd, riving rlugs 
and concert, and Howard Honhetir's group 
of trained dogs, ponies nnd goals. Working 
people: Lou Hogardus, ' muster of canvas 
Assistant*-— Charles Coiilirup. Herbert Hrld|e 
and .Mmk Porter. John (ling, train Ikiss: 
Pet Olng, assistant ; C. W. cnles. car iu- 
siiector : Arlliur Chase, »lw». \V. Jules,-, nil^y 
( 'rusetiberry uud Charles (.'imrch. VV. ■ N- 
Wltliutnrsh. stipcritiiendent of stock : William 
Hands. ■ porter;* Ike Davis, groom; CftOrlns 
Thompson, cook; assUti-d bv Isitu Burnei : 
Iltjwtud A Iionliciir, geuenit mpiiflger : J. It. 
Honhcnr, tri-nsiirer; A. il. RnniiPttr, advahie 
ndJiiMiei- : Penrl rtuutieiir, oRlce iNNistint : 
Vern Stevens, bill poster ami progrHmmer. 
Husiness hns been phenouienally good from 
tbe day wp left tbe Winter niinrters. . 

Paw. Pfjhino writes: "Ihtve rsceuily pur- 
chased n sit months old Hon, which I hnre 
placed -iu eihlMtlon wltb the Al. F. Wb^ei^r. 
Hhow.ju I'onjiiui'i i'.-n with u dug aiid Utah, 
nil Hi one cHfe." 

ai.ma Aikev his Jr-lDll the Miber Stock 
Co. fot iead-i. 



us. ft a had iiu every totjM and ei-erv fnot 
of convns, nad.coiitd easily accommodate 
IH.'KM, nurd yet »e were unable to nnd rotun 
for t be crowns. Al dinner Colonel C-sly rtdjaM 
the ls*ys to iiiienlk>fi nod said : "I know Jon 
will ngiee wltb me when I suy tint It will 
is* hard for us to pin front liuly. The wild 
West has traveled mil given performnucei-lii 
more countries than ouy other orgaiilsWiiiMi, 
Iml It. I'l-umlrierj for Italy lo etfeed nil foreign 
coiiutries In the warmth of her welcuine to ih 
nnd the vslue of lier pnlronnge. We itlll 
hare uthers in henr from, as we go to six 
more countries before we return to our 
own beloved home, but they will have to 
yet a lively move on' lo beat Italy." 
Kvery man In Hie Wild Wool snloyed to the 
fullest extent the tour of Italy, and honestly 
regretted the necessity far quitting tba coun- 
try. Dnr season began eoriy nud will clbse 
late, as, we do not expect to llnlih Ritrppe be- 
fore November next. Col. Cody Is In tni" best 
of health and spirits, nini IiIh shooting from 
hoenehnck is as good tills senson as ever In bis 
life. Kvery member tif.the orgunl7atlon Is 
In tin** fettle, nnd the best of humor prevails 
Infill il'rei'ili.m. All will be gin d i» get tionie 
next Full, hut you i-ouldn't get a mail to ipilr 
now, and miss I his mmihoii'm (ravels, eips- 
rleuee nnd Hlghts. The colonel hns been made 
lbs object of. lunch personnl al tent Inn from 
dUilugiilsheit jienpi,' of ur living In Italy. Tbe 
king prcseuiiMl film with n handsome gold 
cigarette ruse hertrlng ihe roynl nsoioginui 
tiixl cresi In ovrr :iim illaiaun Ik '('lie link- 
of (Jennn (liucle of Hie king) govs It lot n 
linndNiime chroiiaineter watch With the ducal 
ciest nnd ftionogrflni III dlmnduds aud ritldes. 
Many oihsr handsome and valuable souvenirs 
hnvfl ricen presented, anil the colonel will have 
it mimi heiiiilifui dlspiuy when be returns to 
Ihe Slotes. 

NVikm fiiom FIN.-CM Cjbith,— -This. Is. wir 
fourth week iml, mid we bnv** hnd ifo-.o 
weather and good ItuslncNs. Itccornilon l»ov 
we liirund them nway nt lioi h performnnceN. 
Wi- 1 1 o v ij a Itnild of fourteen pieces, lieiwli'd 

hy Cnns. Coons, nud Mr old friend. Mr. 
Ilftker. Wi* receive Ikts t'liji Kki.iaiii.k every 
week, and l be ghnsl iiIho entiles ilhiilltd every 
Humbly ami presents everyone wllh un en- 
velope. We hnve a troupe .if n |k d.i-pj, which 
MP Kroni fnvnrlirs: tweiity-nve liorses, sli 
(ionics, nnd three donkeys. Kverylaidr Is 
well, mill «e look forwurtl to u prositerous 
Hi'llSoii. thn- riiMler Is ns follows: Thoa I." 
Flint, (owner and fiuinnser : Al. (irciilt. IiiihI- 
iiess Imitiiiin-r ; HrlTntli>r N'ewinitn, cniu-eri 
nm linger j bonis Movliin. one srui Hcrolinl : 
Mr, Miirmy. coiuectlnb : Ackernmn mid Wei- 
sir, Itntid imlnncers npd inprMb- performers; 
Iltih Hordoii, mtii II Ih r 1st ; Mr. Newman. <-|o*mi ; 
Marie tpqrp, Irarpew mid rings ■ Karl ouil 
his irlck in-.vcle net. It. Hordon, side nhow 
mnunger, iisslsled by Mnrte (Jonlon. 

Him.t Kiv Kaiii, m-wi rh> Juggler, has re- 
Joined ■ he ntirtiiun k llnlley Show, after a 
tour of fourteen weeks oil tile Kellh elretill 
Ho In Itonkeii solid until Feb, II m-t opeii- 

liig Dee. :; nt Keiih's. Hosinn. ' 

Iltmm FROM HoilBTV I iln [■H. — Dii Moli- 

dny. May i!K, SHininrl'M Hoclriy CIrens nniMieil 
nt Sprlngllehl, O., fur the Itenelli of the K. 
of P. Lodge. Nnlwlthslnnding Hie hielenieiit 
weather, people were turned awn v. titer v* 
tiling Is new, from the rnsrene la the dress- 
ing top. We parry a lOfifl. rouml ion, with 
two Mtft middle pieces. The roster of ths 
show Is as follows: Coiiki-Tm laiff Clrciw, ibe 
Hiittirlf Fnmlly. triple trnpew nnd ■ llornnii 
IndderH: Wooley and Piers, nerlnl triple burs : 
Hen and Uwls. novelty ladders • Hlin-lali- 
nnd Cnrllale. double wire walkers ; Itjirtouc 
t-nbtortloiilHl : Hnmuyon, ciuuil swing ; Manuel 
Itonifiti rings ; Wr Islii nnd Cooper, harrel 
Jumpers and novelty bur: Stapleioii olid 
chaney, lint spinners, runt Juggling and hoop 
rolling: Cfliironn nhd Alhln, nnnClers; Unr 
[Oh. single imps: Cnrrlgnn nnd llttyes, sting- 
Ing nnd dltiu'lng comcdliitiH ; N'oxou Sisters, 
slngprs nnd dancers, and Kli-by nnd Hntilih, 
KniK'linhaiil clowns; Prof, Then. Stunt, bond- 
mis't-r, nnd the following musicians : Paul 
Llebnn, F.nrl Inmn, Arthur Andersun, ('ban. 
Monroe. J. If. Morgan. Anlonle llpsnee, 1C TV. 
Nehrf, Mlltc Ouln-e. K. C. ICggeh ClJfforrl ^sf- 
lerfli>o, nnd ,1. M. Dro«-ti. c. i:. Cinnoahas 
clirtrge of Hie Midi' show, ond nrrlas u 
40xiiift. top wllli an SUft uotiBle deck 

S front. tV Softlet; Clnns will show In 
lliti, . this week, tut tbe benetlt of tba 
r. 0. l. A. M. r.od|«. 



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THE. NEW YOEK CLIPPER. 



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Pawnee Bill's Wild West 
and Great Far East Go. 

WANTS 

For the Brighton Beach Engagement, 

HIGH CLASS AND NOVEL ACTS 
OF ALL KINDS. 

Troupe of atrangc foreign people, riding acts and rldera of all nation*. aeniatlonal exploit*. * 
mechanical feature for a free exhibition, soineihlnB on the order of the limit or Auto-Bolide; can use 
nvfl or iJx more Arabian tumbler*, a troupe or Jspuiie«e performers, b troupe' of lOex-U. 8. cavalry- 
neo who are thoroughly experienced In the monkey drill, a well drilled troupe of zouave*, a Galling 
gun drill, or any well drilled military organize! loo, ft fife and drum corps, one more lady bucking 
noMe rider, trick .anno experu, and any new or novel performunee"inultaolB for anouldoor attraction. 

For the Museum we want a number of rurioaliien and novel performances, Albinos, spotted people, 
long haired tadlea, a fat woman, young and good uwklng, must have very elegant wardrobe: a good 
colored band using some lady musicians. . . ' 

The above attractions are wanted for a long Reason, including the BRHJHton BEACH PARK 
engagement, which will be the most pleasant eMirajrcaieiu ever offered to performers. Tbc Living 
camp will be the most perfect ever constructed, trie bathing and other seaside Bports offering all the 
inducements of a sea snore vacation. Address 



Or ma per route 



PA wnke biil. Room 14 v. V. Theatre Building. New York, N. V. 
LethlsUsae of CLIPPER. ' 



SPECIALLY ENGAGED BY Meesrs. Thomp.or. A K*%*n*iy 
FOR SIX WEEKS, AT LUNA PARK, Oon«y leland, 

MARVELOUS PASCATEL, 

THK BKAI BRUHIMKL UYMNAST, FrcneiitlnB his llnlelied ■•ml -SrtlHtlir Atrial A ct, abpuurt 
Inn In difficult tjinnwtlu feats. July anil late r open, 300 Easl inn hi., N. v. City. 

ANNOUNCEMENT TO PARK MANAGERS. 

THE BIJOU MINSTRELS, 

A REFINED ATTRACTION CATERING TO LADIES AND CHILDREN' 

BAVOKNK, K. J„ HOSPITAL CARNIVAL, Big UK, Two Week., Mac a. and Jane 4. 

Have week .11 MK II Open. Wetk JUKE IK, Wilmington, Delaware. 

Week JUNE 39, Potl.rllle, Pa. HOMC OPEN TIJ1K IK JfI.T, 

GRAND FIRST* PART. 

YVERKH, the Ureal .Tuggler. WOOD M eTOV'K, Novelty Musical Ail, 

WARD BROS., Dinger, and Wooden Khoe Dancer.. 

THE HI JOT COMEDY POUR, singing Comedy AM. 
For time addre.. J. w. 3iKl.NO V, 114 Wnl ia»Ui St., N.w York. 



EDISON KINETOSCOPES, $75. 

AND ALL Tilt LATP.8T AND MOST 1.3|- 

I'KO VKB MOTION P1CTDRB 

MKIllTfKN. 



FILMS 



3 CTS F P o E 0T . $27 FOR IS 
4 CTg £. $35 FOR IS 

FILM AT 6c. TO Set.. PER FOOT. IV- 
CLUDINC MANY FINE FEATURE 
FILMS. 



B. F. KEITH'S 

THEATRES AND VAUDEVILLE I00KIH8 CIRCUIT. 



Keith's Theitre Boston, Masft. 



KeJtb'H BIJou Tbeatrc 

Ktjit.i'H Theatre. 

Keith's Theatre 

Keith's New Theatre 

Kelt tin Prospect Theatre. 

Keith's Theatre 

Keith's New Theatre 

Keith's New Theatre. 

Keith's New Theatre. 



Boston, 31as». 
Providence, R. I. 
. Pawtucket, ii. I. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
.... Cleveland, O. 
. . . .Columbus, O. 

Portland, Me. 

. Manchester, N. H. 
Lowell Mass. 



PftTHEP„WLAY.nKc 
LUBIH PASSION PIUY. K 



l^'JK 



.ooo Slides fiffT 
eet and Posters VllV 

* OAUMONT PASSION PLAY * 

LATEST AND OSRATISTFdll PHOTO- 
GRAPHIC 9.1 AI.ITY. STAUE SETT1NU, 
RKALIHN OF CHARACTERS AND AR- 
TISTIC EFFECT. IT ID A REVELA- 
TION (NEW ONLY) i.lln FEET, »!I»T. 

HABBACH'S BABflAIIS: 



• T» BDISOW 
SCOPE, (SO. 



VNIVER8AL K1NETO- 

— »115 EDISCN EXHIBITION 
K INET08COPE, »!5 «I00 SELIli POLY- 



SCOPE, JHIV-— - DIHSOLVINCI STEREOFTICON 
AMI OFrlORA'Ml. 175— -STEREOPTICON 
AND MOVINU FICTIJRK MACHINE, Ma 
---»!« HUN RIVAL LIUIIT, 110— ilia BnlliHT 
WHITE LIUIIT. tlS.?n— ACETYLKNE JST 

AND (JENEItATOIt, tT.M ELF.I TI1IC SONO 

STEREOPTICDN. SHI..-.0 SDSO STKBE 

OPTICUS, ACETYLENE, .23.50— HEW SONO 
SLIDES |PER MET 10), S5--M. P.. AUJDHT 
AKLE LIMN, }7.5iJ— EI.KCTHK LAMP AND 

RHEOSTAT, JN.-.O -CARBONS, '; AM) 

.'.112. PER 100. w.v. SKHPEVHBE AND 

POSES SLIDES (RICH COLORI9.U , K Al II, 
SOe. 



Of 



♦<>*>%e»%S>l%rtr%<r% 

BUND KOH UATALOOUE OF 



AlSt 

J. Slides. 



! BARNEY GERARD 

WRITING FOR A LIVING AND GETTING IT. 

MOW READY TO WRITE 

\l FEW BURLESQUES, AND VAUDEVILLE ACTS. 

ADDRESS, 131 W. IM NT., N. Y. 



SAN FRANCISCO DISASTER 

Lecture od Ban Frauulsuo tiro aoil Kunhquake, with ulldes from negatives made bv our own pliutog- 
lapher, t lion on ttiePauttlu Ooast. The Lecture jrreseiits the factB connected with this disaster In ■ 
stylo thai is unsurpassed, and the slides are worthy or the lilgh reputation which our house has 
achieved, and will steadta-lly maintain. Price, 20 colored, 16 plain, with lecture, $18. Send deposit 
with order. Olrcuisi-s desorlpflvo of set, and oofitatBtM Mat of additional slide* mailed on appiic*- 
(icu. Moving Picture Hlrnti, looft. ranorauiln View of RuIuh, %u\ imu. Camp Lire of ItefugecB, %Vi, 
Beware of cheap slldos. 

\\, B. HOORK, Mar. storeopt tcor. and Film Rxuhange, 106 Franklin St., Chicago. 



Latest Film Lists and Supplies. 

PICTURE MACHINES, STEREOPTI- 
CONS, OXY-LITHB OAS OUP1T8, CON- 
DENSERS. CONDENSER PROTRCTdHK, 
REELS, LIMBS, (lELVTHE, CARBONS, 
ETu., ETC. 



WE BUr FILMS AHD 

Motion Picture Machines 

1S1T PBICE8 PUB FOE HIE 600D8. 
tTIHDainiT JH rtl 80S Filbert St.. 
MMUM Kill. PHILA., PA. 



BIJou Thmtre .Altoo.a. rt 

Kermin's Maryland Tbe.tre. .baltlmun*. m,i 
Buffalo, x.' ^ 



Keith's Itoyol FrlaccBB Theatre. London, Kng. 
Kiitb A Proctor'a Union 8q. Theatre.N. Y. City 
Keith A Proctor's 234SI.7rhc.tre. .N. Y. City 
Keith * Proctor's 5th Aye. Theatre. .N. Y. City 
Keith & Proctor's 58th St. Theatre. .N. Y. City 
Keith A Proctor's 125th 8t. Theatre.N. Y. City 
Keith A Proctor's Theatre.. Jersey City, N.J. 

P. V. Procter'* Theatre Newark, S. J. 

F. P. Proctor's Theatre Troy, N. X. 

F f . Proctor's Theetre Albany, N. Y. 

Harry Davis' tlraod Opera House Plttsburg.Pa 

Chase's Theatre Washington, D. C. 

Grand Opera House Syracuse, N. Y. 

Also Booking- Cor 30 Park, and Seashore Honor!., 
Performer, will beneflt a tkeni.eJveo Jby^keeplnK_ lb!, ofoee Inform..! >,( 



Shea's Theatre 

Sbea'a Theatre 

Cook Opera House... 

Temple Theatre. 

S. X. Poll's Theatre.. 
H. Z. Poll's Theatre.. 
S. /.. Poll's Theatre. . 
S. •/,. Polls Theatre.. 
S. '/.. Poll's Theatre.. 
S. '/.. Poll's Theatre. . 
H. ?.. Poll's Theatre.. . 
H. 'I. Poll's Theatre. . 

Savoy Theatre 

Colonial Theatre 

Empire Theatre Peterson, N DD .i 

Empire Theatre. Uoboken, ,\' |' 

"Valentine Theatre t, Toledo' li 

Treot Theatre Trenton, n' i" 

The Grand Wheel log, w. V«' 

Henderson's Music Hall Coney Island 



......Toronto, tan. 

.. .Rochester, N. y 
.....Detroit, Jllch! 

. . .Worcester, Mas,. 

.... Hartford, Conn, 

''n , !S.' , " en ' Ko ""' 
..Bridgeport, Conn. 

..WIIkes-Barre, r2 

...Scranton, p», 

..Fall River, M», s 

.Lawrence, Mass. 



Ihelr route and open time. 



B. F. KEITH'S BOOKING! OFFICES, St. James Building, 

». K. HOOOOON, Booking M.nagor, 

*Vi to SitS St. James Ilull.llng, NEW YORK CITY. 



WANTED, 

A LECTURER 

To Travel with th» L-argeo-l: '4rilmatod 
Advertlelng Outfit In th .-'orld. 

A Man who can atlract and hold the ndenllon of n atreet crowd. Hf Hat b« or 
good mddre.ii ami aobar. Idberal calury a ml HHtw I to th« right man. .Ipply 

.. . *. ., — r ,-., «..._.. «__»_ «__.. York; r 



ml once to 



H. 8. A., Room 100, Ollaey llouir, New York 



All Artists tinder contract wttb DERDE BROS. IbHAIi 
MINSTRELS report for relicarsalfl June 18, 10 A.. U.. M 
BARBER PARK. BELLOWS FALLS, VT. Flcaia 
HOknowledge call hv letter to Dc Rue Bron., Wiadsor. 
Vt, until June f; '.Per that He! I owe .'alK Vt. FOR SALE.— lfi Red 811k Bats, 16 White Np.\,- 
marhet Parade Coaw, 5 Black Silk Il»t«, 5 Red Newmarket Parade Coats. 4 Red Sailn SlnRer Coc- 
tumea (court Htrle), 1 White Hfittn Interlocuter Costume, » Maroon BwhIIoivIhiI Uoau, 6 Pstr Lodi; 
Blnck Satin Pauts, Ureen Satin Vcnta, 1 First Pixri Setting, Including 1 Solid Blue Satin Drop, \6rU; 
SYellow Satin Leg Drops. IftXM. 17x26, UxSS. Tlieiabove property Is Id flret olaaa condition. 0o<- 
tuuieBall made i>y Ci*rl K.BinpniaQn,Coluint)U8, 0. Reason for Helling— aliow ei|ulpped entirely nev 
tlirouRhout. Address AS PER ABOVE. 



FERN LAKE PARK and SUMMER THEATRE 

MOllKltN IN EVERY PARTICULAR. THE ONLY PLACE OF SUMMER AMUSEMENT 
IN THE CITY. CAR LINE TO MAIN ENTRANCE. 

Wanted, BEPEBTOIHE, COHEDY, OFBBA AID DBMATIO C0IPAIIE8. 

Two In Four Week Stand. Must l>e First Class to get the money here. 

HAFER and LOVE, ManAgen, Fort Scott, Km. 



CHARACTER ACTOR, 

Man for Juveniles, Light Comedy, etc. 



Kfllif-urattli, .luly Ktfteeiitli, 



JKWBLIj KELLKY llniaior., Kuoxvlllf. Te«n. 



150 LAKTEIU' SLIDES OF THE SM FRMISCO DISASTER, 
50 SLIDES OF THE ERUPTION OF HIT. VESUVIUS, 

(vo Httdes each or Ireland, Hair, Homo, Switzerland, Franco, faiiffiuiHl, Germanv, America, Ele. Lecture 
Sets on any Ruujeot made to order. MHklug alldusfor lLI.UHVRATED soiSGS m;Hpeetallv. ^pointer 
(ouaernor Latitern Slides: By gcltlug your slldeB dlreut from tliu makeryou mive itiedealertt'eoiU' 
nilaalou of aooul 40por cent. Prison: Plain. 9DU.J Finely Colored, 36«..eauli. 

UBO. J. (iOLDTlHMU'K, siatv W. UTth SI,, Naw York. 



II GOOD MUSICAL FARCE COMEDY, 

Good paper. Uoiuplere route hookcri. Hair or wliolr Inlerext for mile, reaBouaide. Addretm 

I'urt- of Klftw o> Kiliniger'r* Nrw Atiiitxnlant Thfiiitre. r¥««v York City* 



Culhane, Chace & Weston's MinstrQls, 

NINTH season, Mau \\\\<t can and will lend B. auit 0.. Comedy Musical 'Jomn. deublu bund; Comedy 
Acrouatlt: Aul, SinsiUig and hauulng Team io do Endn, Miislclanx who double B. and 0., singers ror 
SqIoh, Singers Tor chorus who double loan*. Hliow pays liofel and it. R. Furnishes wardrobe for drst 
part aud parade. Musidsus do not blat'k tip. 8eanonopo»!» July 11: reliearsaH uno week prevloue. 

13U8-13TO lIRDAHW A V, If. V. CITY. 



WANTED, VAUDEVILLE ACTS 

To know that Raviuoud"" Autbentle %'audev|llo Directory only corns n per year, tueJiidJug . 
monthly supplopieiila. Noacl should he without If. 

THE U\»MO\DlO., nsUNnll- ht.,C'hlei.tjcn, 111. 




WESTERN DRAMATIC AGENCY. 

.Managers wanting reliable people lu all branches of the theatrical pruresiilon. write. Otllce open frtm 
10 to io. Desk room for ManHgers. r2T U SallP St., near Madison, Chicago, 111. 

LKB MACK, Hxiklnn Aft«nt, 



1 am good Sinner and Daneer, sod or wooden, and tlo Dutch. Hero's a chance for reoogoded Per- 
frrmT 'o get sober, hard workleg partuor, or will work In 9 or 4 Act. Correspond e nee strictly eon- 
fldeutlslt address OBRMAN coreotCUPPGK. 



HR 



WANTED, 

A FIRST CUSS 

RING OR TRAPEZE 
PERFORMER, 

MAN OR WOMAN 
Not weighing over itioib; seasou of 40 weeke. 
Call or write to I.ODM J.0UERWARTU, 

Bridge Hotel, Bowery and Dniancy at., How York. 



GBO. ML. 

FENBERG 
■WAtrrs 

II MflTOl F1DFLB. 

ALL UNES. 

state all OiHt toiler, enclosing nltolois etc. Nuue 
but the be^t need answer. AddrosM 

I'lJK uroailway, New York. 



ALVIN 9 KENNEY 

COMEDY RING GYMNASTS, 

Now Booking for Next Season. 

Booked solid uuill July 14. open for Unrlesijiic Week June a-'.*, People's rark, Excelsior Springs, 
Mo.; June lO-lo, Topeka, Kaus., Alr-O-Donie. 



OHUtTET 



WTED, 



If 



I 



ENT. MUSICAL AC 

m 

O. T. CRAWrottD, (injny Tlioalrt. Si, LauHMo. 



t 



"SWEET ELENOR," 

LATEST SENTIMENTAL SONG. 

A auccesa every time sung. Don't take our word for It. Orchestrations and prof, copy free in- stamp. 

IlllHOIS MUSIC HOUSE, 205 Chestnut St., Chicago. 



FOR SALE, 

NEW ILLUSION 

Latent Kuropeau sensation. KlrM appearance lu 
a Leading N. Y. Thealru was hi-adliner. See par 
Honiara from the Inventor, 

li. UttlMANN, MT> Vf. ;imii &.. New York. 



FOR SALE, 

Black Top, 

15x60, ".villi pules; slao Isrut' tinunor. " 

M. II. KVSIvELT. licisoiilliai,, Ne» Yurk city. 




A well broke, gooit sUAPtu IHItKB.vilK 
IIORaR Ailrlress JKItRr MollRAlll, lam and 
Oberokre sir.. Ml. I.out*. Mo. 



At Liberty for Orchestra 

Competent and Reliable CLARI0NKT or r'LVTK. 
Addre^nT. H. Htl.liKi:. l!> WurtliAve .Hudson, N.Y. 



WAMTISD, EIGHTEEN GIRLS, 

for VMtdeviiie Aut; give age, height, weight; send 

tihoto; urate If you sing or dance; color of hair. 
tKAN V. IM Urci'kBnrldgo St.. Ft. Wayne, lnd. 



WANTED, SINGIN6 MD DANCING MED. 

C0MKDIAN. 110 and all: $3 extra If you play 
organ, other GOOD People who <:an change for 
week, write. Money tare. L- H. <JiM.>pvr. 'rrvy, Ohio, 



WANTED, DRAMATIC PEOPLE 
EMU SPECIALTY PEOPLE pSffUM. 

«|eli.i t '«* %| |» 4 AT I I'M : -HK1'," 'J "ONI) MllirTKKS." '* 
mbxvm vj^»iTiarjm.m imia ? wbkk stanhs attiiaotions. 



sni-ipii i; weeks, opeuliigJulyj. 



ReticarBalsJuuo 11. State all first letlor. Adnreas' 

(i.lSi'AHl) BROS., s Vlt ACUME, «. I . 



POP CORN 



BRADSHAW CO., 



HIGHEST 0RADE SB0WK. 
By the pack, ton or oarloiA- 
Also 5 and 10c, pic.iflei. 

13 Part Place. New Torlt. 



WIGS 



WILLIAM HEPNER WIG CO., 

bKADIffG WIH HAKERB. i , 

Largest ntook In Amerlua. Wigs made to order. Foil line of palnta, 
powders and cold cream, Send for eatslogue "0," to either place. 

1H WEST Seta St., IS. Y. ;lu hlcago Opera House Blook. Chlcaf. 



SONG -POEMS A 



ND MUSIC 

PUBLISHED ON ItOY ll.T \ . 

write Htisk- to> your words. Introduce ami 
POPIH.AH. MUSIC Pt7B. CO.. Stalta 014. Wo ° l 09''p«artMir'ri « t„ < lilcngo. 

ACTORS SOCIETY OF AMERICA 

Kembois or the soeicij are ruiuettcd io make sure mat ihelr comut addresses are on "It;. l» 
Pttolos. Send In II. ». baprcsB 8tutw. w, p. 8TONE, Seorctarr, 111 West <otb street, Hew Tori. 




DP 01 



YANKAUER & CO., 

HAM'IAI-HItlillS, 

156 WEST B'w-AT, H. 7. 



SHEbl.ttl 

POfOOBH 

H 

WH01EBAIE. 



Horse and Pony Plumes 



For Show parade*. Horse and Poor Acts, Adverttilng P" r ' 
poHfL«te.. Send for price li«t. manufactured hy „* 
M.H(!HAF,MH8, «120U llctropotllan Ave., Brooiljn^V 



SI6N0R RAFrAELE VENUTO muM 80l ° HMP "T 

kraut, vs. HHIiailUU fBUUIV, Atldress care ot NEW YORK M.IPHK 



JUNE a 



THE NEW YGEK OT.1BPER; 



44& 



TOM HEARN 



( Arrived in America with on© 

Something to Talk About ]week booked, now playing? 

I my eighth month, solid work. 

(Acknowledged by Ohioot and Sinte the 
Funniest Act in America. 

,Mr. Osoar Hanimersteitt, 
j said to some of Ills friends : 
j "Isn't Tom Hearn the fun- 
1 niest aot yon ever saw P" 



Critics 



OSCAR HAMMERSTEINS 

Opinion. 



WHAT 



..Musicians.. 

On all instruments, to augment the Largest Real Music 
Band in the Show Business, 

The Carl Hagenbeck Greater Shows 

Mention lowest salary, and bo ready to join on receipt 
of wire. Address C. Z. BRONSON. Bandmaster, 

107 f.b.i Madleon St., Chicago. 111. 



TO MANAGERS AND AGENTS OF HIBH CLASS AMUSEMENTS. 




L 





20 FICIC BERBERS, TROUPE OF 20 

Specially organized and managed l>y the Original Sle llaasan Ben All, and uow .-.laying limited engage- 
ment of 'a weeks with Mr. Paul Rue/,, Director of Oiympia Theatre, Pari*, France, original native ran* 
lie. Singing, Dancing, remarkable acrobatic Tumbling, rontortlontata, e<iiilllijrlnt<s gun exercise*, 
strong pyramids, wonderful horsemanship, combining realistic exhibition of high standard, will he lu 
America JDW90- Address all communications to s\v. HASSAN HEN Abl. 

Knropean Agent, MR. 11. B. HARINELLI, ParlH. THE LUNA VILLA, Coney Inland, N . Y. 



PALACE THEATRE, 

Sydney (». S. W.) Australia. 

HARRIS SKINNER, . . . Manager 

WILL RENT OR SHARE 

WITH KIHKT CLAM 

Repertoire Companies 

(VAUDEVILLE OR COIBDV). 

Baglueti Booming. NpiendUl Prosper! 
for Good Attractions, 

Cable, "Hauthl, 1 - Sydney. 
Special fuil* ran bo seen at Cf.ltfPSEn 
OlHco. 



NTBI), 

COMEDIANS 

FOR KUMMKH IV MILWAUKEE. 
OOOD MEDICINE PBCOPUE ONLY. 

Willi- quick, PRANK CLOUD, It I. -by Home, Milwaukee, Wla. 

~ SEASON 1306-077 

ROSABELE LESLIE CO. 

WANTS COMEDIAN and SOuBRRTTR With Specialties, BF.AVY WOMAN, MAN FOR JUVENILKH 
ami LIGHT COUEOY wllh SpeMnlliefl, SKETCH TEAM that can play parts, l-oug season, opening 
July 'in. Address SIM ALLEN, Mgi\, Suite MA40J Broadway, N. V. 

"^WAaWTOlT^tor - 

GUY'S SUMMER SHOW 

FIDSICIANS, TO DOUBLE STAGE; 1EFEBT0IBE PEOPLE, WITH SPE- 
CIALTIES; PIANO PLATER, DOUBLE BARD. BB dfor», in*. 



D PEOPLE WANTBD AT ONCE. 

ANDREW D. McPHEE'S BID DRAMATIC AND SPECIALTY G0HPAH7, 
Under Capms. Can place at once, for long Beaaoi., Summer and Fall and your money when due, 
Juvenile Lending Man, also Man fur Characters anil Comedy Old Men, Genteel Heavy Man, Comedian 
Diat can Sing and Dance, flood miecialty people that c»u chatige often. LeAderor Orciiestra, must 
be able to arrange musli;. CORNET TO DOUBLE STACK, CLARIONET FOR BAND AND ORCHES- 
TRA. I pay boardand transportation after Joining. Sober, reliable, experienced people who have the 
wardrobe and can' make good only wanted. Always* room wlilnome of my attractions for good people 
Three more Circus BUI Posters. Three weeks' alienee a polite negative, will advance ticket* to Juiu 



front Buffalo, Chicago or St, Paid to responsible people. 



A. D. McPHKB, Keglua, Hank. Can. 



RELAY THEATRE, cwsKJGR 

25 CENTS FROM BOSTON. 

WANTED, June 18, and later, VAUDEVILLE and NOVELTY ACTS suitable for lady audience*. 



TOM OIJvL,E>IV, 



f I N N IO AIM' 



p-n i 



NO. 



THE KnaiHO TIMEN, lt.c. Iie.lor, K. Y., May JIUl 

"But. the lilt of the evening fell to Tom allien, premier Irish MouoloKlat. Mr. flllleu made his audience 
laugh wtien the.v were ahallng and Rill verlng Willi Hie cold that nuceaallated overcoat* ami wraps." 

YES, I KNOW ROCHESTER IS A SMALL PUCE, SO IS YQHKERS, 



AOT OP MIBCRIT. 



"JAMES and DAVIS* ■«■ 

Prodaclng their Screaming Farce, "TBI 0AB1E8IE HCBO." 

The hoy. who lauffl. ana err wt.ll. II." evuculenee .er.ain*. 
STKEFLKCIIASF. PIEK, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., WEEK JUNK 4. LOOK IIS AVER, 



IV 



EHTI1VG, 



U DVK RKATOIt H IIAMWITH PAVILION THEATRE, MONDAY, JUNE ♦, 10O0. 

WANTED, all kinds of Feature Acts. No Aot too large for thlB house. Lew Hcarn. send addrc.u. 

II. ). LAIIKIN, Proprietor. 9I1> FEUS; Hole Manager. 



AL F. WHEELEE'S NEW MODEL SHOWS. 

wanted, Performera with two or nor* tunu. One more itrong B-ilit 
Coras tnd Sober Worldngmoii. Addrati For Bonto. 



WANTED Al (VIOLINIST) DIRECTOR AND PIANIST. 

Must he a gentleman and capable of playing high clam musical specialties and arrange otbcni. 1 tot) 
Weeks cllv stand*, under canvas. Make I Mow. Pay own. Write or wire all onlck. CAN USB Al 
HlNOmOand DANUII.U COMEDIAN. DR.QKO. LESTER'S Bid CITY 8II0< LIOONIEB, IND. 



THE DANCING VIOLINIST (wftf^an) 

" G HE ATE 8TI MUSICAL-SURPRISE IN YAUDEVU.L.B." 

At. Mtterty next reason for vaudeville or company. Add. «0 West 48th Street, N. Y. Cliy. 



WAWTPli DI-I TATDf F DDAFPOHfAVIaf Q making one night Manila, to carry our Hue of 
vt an 1 LU, ULulaBlib rnUI LOOlVnaiiD. advertising novelties, which are Hnlii.ioj>riig- 
KHifl, slur.- healers, Hnniware Men, flenerat MerchnnillHe Dealers, etc. Outfli conMiMftof an aksort- 
wem ordeBlgno, pur iinlti rouvenlcni Mlmpe torurry. f&oqprr day can e»«liy he made Itf giving 
the bnalnesa a few hours of your time each day. jiUTLKll MFO. CO., Cincinnati, O. 



fELTINGE 

■**" FEATURED 

I PALACE ■ LONDON 

A o. H. HARRAS, Personal ligr. 

N IW. 8. BkN THAM. 

Wa.tttt, (or "A lEBSBieEB BOY" CO., 

OPENING AUG. 1, 

ACTORS AND MUSICIANS. 

flood Woman for Heavy, Juvenile Woman, Al 
Heavy Man, Juvenile, Light Comedian; ChatH'iter 
Old Man. All actor* must douhlo brass. Musician** 
of all klndfl. State all partlrularn; send late photo 
if poHBlble. Addretu 

GEO. P. SWEET, Slorin I.nU*, Iowa . 



WANTED, F-OFJt 




Now playing six weeks 1 engagement in Olilcsgo; 
small Troune of Ponies and Dogs or oilier Animal 
Acta, Singing and Talking Clown*, ifinttloiuon 
receipt or wire. Addreas HARRY i.atiioua, 
frOS. 58 Dearlioni St.. Chicago. 



TRICKS 



Central Vaudeville Association. 



VAUDEVILLE ACTS OF ALL KINDS. 

No act too good for tills Circuit. Some aalarlea asked sre loo high. Stale loweat Id first letler\ 
Three (3) Siiowaa day. ROum open ail Hummer. Kieinsive houklugror the following iheatren, ijjjw 
booking for Summer and next season: Grand, Haul Hon; Orplilura. SprlugOeld; Urphlam, Manatleld ; 
Orphlum, Portmnouth; Orphiiim, Lima; Urphtum. Newark; orpfiluui, Marlon, 0.; Orphiuna, Chilli 
cottie ; Orphlum, Plqua; Orpliium, Zanesviiie ; Phillips, Hltrlimond ; Bur.Uunule; DIJou, Wheeling ; 
Auditorium, Parker* burgh ; Summer i'ark, Huntington, AhIii&uiI, Ky„ MRyovlllo.Ky., Van. Weri.o,, 
and Mt, Vernoo, O. Can furnish all kinds of attraction, for Theatres, summer Parkl, Street Kalro, 
carnival* and State Fairs. Will he pleated to hear from managers desiring Vaudeville acta. Addreaa 
GI'M BUM, Room mi, Baalinell Annex, Hprlngflt-lii, «. 



All Ihe l.atf.t mid Bm*t. 

TOST A COMPANY, Ml Filbert St.. 

(EitabUshed 1BT0.) Pnlladelpala. 

New, Enlarged Ulnitrated Catalogue. 



ilD, COLORED MEN 1 ill 

All linen. Singer* and Itancero, lien for End*, 
ijuarletle. Musi lie llrat clnaa. State Jimt what 
you do, uo more. Full iiarilrnli.cflrJrai Ictn-r. Low- 
est Halary. Kummer'ti work, Idg park. Par own 
(•oard. Also wan* Ohlong Tent, ooxito pimn pole 
top, first clanr4 condition, cheap; aino four lenitlH 
Circus seats. Address quick, wire or mall, J. K. 
000UR1CH, No. 1431 feroadway, care of v, H. 
Lithograph Co., New York, N. Y. 



W A W T £ D, 



FULL ACTING COMPANY 
FOR STOCK. 

19MM Willi BpflCtalttes, ciukk. 0. L. BREI.AND, 
Manager Hv.ng»tiin Park, Jackaon, MIbh. ' . . 



WANTED, 

fl FEW U3EF0L PEOPLE FOR SUMMER. 

Can furnish First Class Repertoire Co- for Park or 

Summer iimum. Would like u> huy complete 
T*-nt Outat, Address 

■ ¥. HDTCHINS. R-oachdale, Jnd. 



AT LIBERTY, 

LEW H. GORTON, 

CHAIlACTKKCOMKIMANl .:.'. . 

EMOCENE MAXWELL 

Ueavlcs, Cl)uraciurn r lieneral BiihIocbm. 
No. JJ08 ]ht Ave , Weil , Uci- Ur Ku plds, luwfl. 

COMEDIAN, Wllh Speclaltlos; CHARACTER 
WOMAN, and PICTURE MAN Who His 
600. Electric O11HII, ' ' 

Ian 8ecttr« long engagemitiil wlt.h (Janipliell'i Me 
Clri'iill stork Uo. Atldrein FRANK (I. allUBU., 
Week of June 4, Clairllcld, Pa. 



AT UBERTY, 

MISS EFFIE HARDIN. 

Operatic Sop., late of KsterhrookTrlo. for lllgb 
Claaii Singing or Musical Act, Mp«. Comedy or 
Opera. Also III. songs'. Addrens 

Care of Brady House, Utnaconlng, Mo. 



WANTED AT ONCE, 

IOE BAILS BIB VAODEVIUE SHOWS 

UNDER CANVAM, 

GOOD AGENT, PERFORMERS, IHISICIilNS, B. 2 0. 

JOE UAH,, (Irolou, M»m. 



WANTED- 

Unit plar (lull 



For M n pi Wort, LOUD B1I5- 
• IKIIS aotl COMBDIANS. 
Mum pla; miliar or Banjo. Team or .loele. 
Oiil. good people, write, rati) VLANKNER, 
M. ))., III). »., Juliet, III. 



EMPIBE THEATRE, 

ASIITABU1.A HARBOR, OHIO. 

Wanted at once, Stead; Stage Manager, Tor Sea- 
son. Wire or write a t once. ___ M RS. N . II. FOLBY, 

PROF. PERRINO 

KINO Of AM, I.ION TIlAlNUnfl, 
WIUi Al. V. WlKtltr'i Miw Moon Uhowa. 



Paoifio Coast Amusement Co., 
SULLIVAN and CONSIDINE, 

Owning and operatlllR M Flrat Olaaa Vaudeville Thealraa Kanl, Norllivrral. uod Wear. 

n* A » m t u .r> at all nines, i'ihst ci.ahh auto iif am, kinds 

W >V^V JL JiVl-»» thai ran didlver tin* gooila. 

SOLE BOOKIMn A0KNT8: BERNSTEIN * IINKBN, Fundi} " 
OKAS. WRJIY. suaAtuerlran IHiik lliillil. Healtlr, IVaah.: 

ARCIIIKI.FVV.IU Kdily SI., Ban Francd.ro, Hat. 



I HOI IIU. UrillCT HIT' JCVfVlir., 

, Fumllv Tlirnlri', lardh St., New TTotk Cltjl 
1.: cintls. u. BROWN, « n. Clark St.. iiik.goj 



WANTED AT ALL TIME8, 

VAUDEVILLE ACTS 

— — AND— — 

BURLESQUE WOMEN. 

UIIAB, H. WAbDUON, Palac* Tlioat, ., Bo.ton, 91.11, 



TUB 



.. 



GET MARRIED" MACHINE 



HAH FrtllYKU A VVIJVNKIt. IIIIIIKIl Ml W. IJIMrRIIIATR IIKI.l VK1IV. 

<r. at. zirvirviEraiviArii, a e. i^th St., M. V. 



All mn»t donhle lu liaoil. MDMIOIANSfor IIANIIiuid oROIIKiTKi. « wreka. linen Aug. it. Perrorm- 
era aud MtialHlftna ailclrran to JOHN lMTrFN,Atilt'iK,n»,Mm.. Ail Iccuck liitfiiijitlerfoW.il. I'I.ETOflKK, 
Manning Avrnne, Torotitic, IJatmdu. .IFIIHT KIIOM KKIIHV Vft„ 

PATTKN AND FI.ETrllEH, Ownera and Maimgicra, 'is:\ Uannltiic Ave., Toronto, t.'an. 



WANTED, FOR SUMMER STOCK, 

Leading Man with MS., and Dramatic peotile In ill Hnm, or r.-tmpl *ic Repetbilrn Ntook Cn. faaH he 
mo good. Pull particulars tinrt letter. MOHKV. 

j. T. HumE, Mgr. WONBEBLAND PARK. WICHITA, KAN. 



There's a Home in Old Kentucky. 

SK NEW SONO Ot** PATH08. 

Deillt ntf<l to The K«nlu< k j Ilonis CnmlrtfC- Prnfusslonal eoplmi and orelinatratlona 
■ent on rvcelpt of program and lOrculii itostaice. 



d ll) ri'iili* iiomIiiui i. 

KAHTUN PI'Il. (7(„ »47» Barafon A *■«., Nt. Loud, No. 



JaW.GORMAN'SCIRCUS. 

"W A. TS *P SI T> , 

Ulderawlth or wHlioutrltiuHtoi-k. Kobhou i'. wei-kx. All wek ataiidK. will huy Trained TIQl 
Stock, MeuaK« liornej*, Trained Dug*, etc. Also Hurt. UoumlToii with inliMIr*. 

_^_____ J- W. GOHMAN, Wt DoytslOfi HI., itoaton, 



SAN FRANCISCO DISASTER. 

Original Slides, •& In net, partly colored, with hfciure, M.W. Viuir money hank If uo) Jum as rood %i 
any set made. Beware of high prln- sildea when rheiip are JiihI as good If not better, 

FOKK AMI HKRPK1VTI XK 8L.IBKS. j 

Artistically colored and blocked out, w els. per slide. Over iiwmibjcetH tonelect fmtn. A crackerJai^B 
lot of lllniH for «ale,prlc,eH from three to nix i'uuih per foot. A lot or f nature lu this tut, send for llsl «. 
they are free. 0. I*. UtJM. A CO, »bk, ftitliHi., ciil«ago,Ml. 



PEOPLE IN ALL LINES, IMMEDIATELY, 



f„'. r BRENON STOCK COMPANY, 



At Ami. r.iHi I 'mrli i nilitu, 
l*a*ruKaulM«oi.-aii«-B«iB«f., Mt*i, 

rJALAItIKH fllfAKANTKKI. HV HTRKKf HV. 00. 

MiiBt.ciieahie to Join on wire. STATE A1.I, tlrHt letter. Send phuujH.' No time for leiiglhj cor it*. 
loWFKKH'KNCAOKMK.NT. Addrcw ™ T } 

CIIANDIHHHK.Vin. M - «<• «,..-. «rr»nf on, ni-- ,,' 



spot) tit 



AT MUli UTV AV'l'Kfi ^\.s%iu 1', 

THE RIVAjt%jumf 

PRI.IX and MAY. All Around Slum Performi'm. All good, relluMr iierlot went, writs. AddiUc.a 
FELIX Bl VAII II, li;a Hiirvrv Alretl. WLnltlnktui. i lilliilelpnla, F I. 



!*? 



•~r- 



SING "MY MOTHER'S SONGS'"' 

THE ORBIT BOMB SONO. SUdM How Heady, 15.30 Per Sel. 
Bend immediately 'or copy. HCIII1IIKRT Ul'HK.' PUD. CO., Auditorium llldg.. CIIICAllta, 



MAlVAGBRSj» 

Lei aa furcl.li A BAUD, ORCHESTRA or PIANIST tor your company. Good poilllon. for g.ljd. 
mualcUni. UHAHPTllN'a HOSICIANB HORKAI,', A DmrtKiru Hi., vuicagu, III. I 



AT LlDBltTI roil NKXT SMAROIV, A OOOU I.IVF. ACT. 



TOM. LOTTA 

^BKffal 

frMaWi«?ISWBrBBrBi»M«ll?1riy^ IIVI.AND, Hie Vooftgtlft 

Bawn Manipulator lu Hie World, Home Aifdrej»7aT*,raSTOS<r Tfft.tdlfrwo , tWtirm. 



The 3 HYLAIMDS 



446 



THE N3BTW YOEK CLIPPER. 



-1-4- 



JUNE 9. 



All Hontca Muit Rrtuk Cat Hot Later 

'-J ' ■' -■ . Than MondAy. 

nil A MATH:. 

[Adam*, Mamie (Charles Krobman. ingr.)— N. Y. 

city 4*. 

Allen KltK-k— Tnciimii. Wash.. Zfl. liMiefldlte. 
"As Tolil In Dip Hills" (Win. K, Minn, rogr.) — 

St. Paul. Mini 1 ., a-D, Mlnitniimlln 1010. 
JHniu-he Hair* (David lielneeo, mgr,)— N. IT. City 
- -A. Itul.-iliiltc, . 

Beuilianli, Mnnv Sarah (Wm. 1". Connor, mgr.) 

. rrAttMlltlc CJIy. N. J., U, Philadelphia, I'a., 7, 

, Hdttfotit. Own., mat., «"'i Sprlngflcld, Ha**,. 

8. Boston l). Providence, It. 1., if. N. ¥. City 

^liTSS I . c . - !-. . . . 

HtnwD, Klrk^ (J. T. Macauley. Ultfr.)— IIbIKmi, 
mar.)— SciUlii, Mo., 

4, JiiiU-fl. 



R 



urrte ijiock (Kdwln Bitrtlc, 



io-2'i. 



Brown* tinker Stuck— Mil waukee, Wl 
'-nlle.1,^ , ,« v 

Byroil Stock—- NlHikHttP. Wash., 4-Anir. 18. 
•■Brown nC Harvard" (Henry .Millar, mar,) — N. 

Vipy -i "• Chicago, III.. 10. liiilcSnlic 
'"Bedroiir* floppy" Lincoln J. Carter's — Chicago, 

III.. :|-Mi. 
"Banker's Child" (Harry Shawion. nigr.)— «ry. 

niil, H. Jink.. 0, Lake i'restuii 7, (>|rth»m 8, 

lluivnnl II, Madison 11. Pipestone, Mltiu., 12, 

tlarwljabtt, H. I)Hk.. Ill, Marvtiall, Minn,. 14. 
Carter,, Jim. Leslie (Durld BelRacn, mgM — Pmtl- 

dcrice. R. !., 4-0, Worvealer, Mas*., 8, Holy- 

oke 0. " 

UrtMHiuii. Henrietta (Maurice CampM!, ingr.*— 

Denver, With, 4-U. 
Cradoc-.Nprllle (Clms. H. Neville, ingr.)— Cum- 

iKTlnnil. M<l.. 4-». 
Carroll Cntucdj (Ion Carroll, mgr.) — Hoilon, 

W, Vs.. 4-0. Clarksburg 11-1(1. 
"ClKiinmin" (Uco. H. Brennati, tugr.) — Pltislmrg, 

I'a.. 4-0. 
Dbtey. Homy K. (VV. N. Lawrence, mgr.)— N. Y. 

Lily 4. iliileJJiiitc. 
Unre, Jjiiic (I5dwa.il II. Halter, mgr.) — Montreal, 

CM., fl). 

"Dora 'Thome" (C. s. Sullivan, msr.) — Lln-r- 
. tuoro Fulls, Me.. 4. Canton !.. Dlxtleld 0, I. Is- 
lam Falls 7. Brltlglmt 8. Snuford 0. 
Fischer's Theatre Stock (it. (J. Welch, mgr.) — 

Uvii'Tf. Colo.. .I-July H8. 
Farnmii HI nek (Win. Pamuni, mgr.) — Cleveland, 

O., |, Imlciliiili'. • 

Fawectl muck (tieorge Fawcclt. iu»r.)— SI. I'muI, 

Minn.. 17, Inii-fliilti'. 

' Fulton Kit .j-.' Hifii'k— I.IihtiIii. Keli., I, linlcrinilr. 

"Kaeiory tllrtV <Clian. K. niancy Amuw. L'u., 

mii-M. )— BurTHlo, N. Y., -I-U. 
UhkIwIii, N. (.;, ■ k.ui^H c;ij, Mo„ 7-0, Denver, 

Coin., IIIK. 
UlaiT)', VhiisIiuii, Slock— Del roll, Mk-li., 4, litilrll- 

nlle. 
liHTtird-ilarilnK— lll(MHi]lii)il»fi, Wla,, 4-U, CiiiiH- 

vilio u la. 
"lilrl ritny", (Jtilin TcmjiH-Uin, mu;r.)— N. Y. 

Clly 4; luilnlnlle. 
"liolil Flelili* <rf H mn «a"— W. Y. City 4-0. 
Hiiiiilllun, Mdinl I Unij Iihiii k I.miniIiiI. iiicrH. )— 

Uliliiwiuil. Vt„ 4-U. HltieHliing 7-0. Norlli For- 

I'IhIjhki 11-ltK CiwcllJMU. 
Htitu StiK'k IM. A. linn), iiiitr.)— Klk RnnlilH, 

Midi., 4 ft. Bay in Clly 1110. 
Hfii'lfi'^m NttK'k t\V. J. & It. H. Hemlerxon, 

nigra.}— tWwi'ln. In.. I ». \Vi>al Cninn 1I-1H. 
llllliiniii, May. Kl<H-k (Ivniexl Siimabrl, mgr.) — 

Km-kiw BfHi-li. Vii.. 4. liKlplliiltc. 

Illi-klllUh-HH-M'y ll'nllili \V. JctlkK, lliijl.) — Itock- 

rinE ill., ,4-o. 
Henlit Utimttf Hlm-k (Rlller fc 1-'(iukIiiiwp, innv.) 
'.— fl|li&tZ P«- ** Vttn»rr. N. Y., lilt 

Hunter- llEtidfi>iM I'luyi-rti — Hart Ton), Conn,, 4- 

.ruly 14. 
Ik.iui.t iw.-.ir-ii ! Kt.H'k— S|irliiHlk-lil, MafH., 4, In- 

deOnltF. 
Ilmlfunl tfl'N-k frjHiilr-1 Harlfwtl, mgr. ) —Clef e- 

lanit. 0.. 4. imlHIiilif. 
Hen Klguk (U. C. Hen, int;r.)— Clcvvlaml, O., 4, 

ImleUtiltr. 
Ilolileii Ih-ua.' Xtin-k— lletroil, Midi.. 4, Itiilpflnlli', 
>l(illlii|£HWorlli Twlna (1-l'w (IIpmwii. mgr.)— San 
■ Atitnrlu. Ti'X.. :t-0. 
Barrey. Krunk J. (lira. A. KulllTan, Iiuh. uigr.) — 

CMtikllf. N. Y-, 4-ii, 
"HHr li. Hie lliK.nih" (Tin- Klrke l,H Suello 0*, 

mgra.) — ciili-nieu, 111., 4. Itiilrlliilte. 
. ''lrlali I'awiilirokei-H," Muck ft K|wira' — SI, Jc-tui, 

N. p.. 4-0. 'MM riul- 
"ln h tYmniin'K Power" (B. 0. AnJrcwa. Iiub. 

iiibt.)— N. 1, Clly 4-ft. 
Jeanuitt Bl± Stuck (TIkm. Jcuvona. mgr.) — l<e«ch- 

hurx. I*H.. 4-11. Apollo 11-10. 
'■JiwlHitt tiliiiiikliiH" — Unvaoavlllc, Ciin., II. (Iran- 

lV.7, : , 
hiKiif. .Jtoneiie (Sh-ih'1v. KliJiimuu & Co.. nigra.) — 

KnxtfcWl. Mi'., fl. CHlniH 0. St. .lolin. N. M. 7-0. 

I'te'IerKluii 11, S|>iliiyUlll. S. S., 12, AmlieiH 

i;i..l)NJir«>- 14IH- 
KIimt JCiiheily K«.— SmH«i. O- 4* 
KfflMoH Driuiiiilli: l,Mn& Armilil. mgr.)— WhIit- 
' -Tllle. M#., 40, .. . 

Unu'cnu-Snuw Stw.'k— Mrmiihla, Trnii., -I. lurtefl- 

nllp. 

■l.lvintst.iu M-.fk--Tnlntn O., Ml. 
Lrujlira'ComeitJ' (K. II. HrKvuy. mgr.) — OWtown, 

Mc. II), Npft-nurl II III, I'UtNHi'lrt.J l-M. 
"Mom uml Hie Mihim'." Kaaleni I Henry B. Hnrrl*. 
• mgr.l— N,i.Y.. Clly 4. ladeJliilte. . t , 
"Llttii uml (lie Moiim'." Wealeni iHeiiry B. Ha rein. 

HiKf*, I— CI|ICH|iu, 111,. 4, Indefinite, * 

"IJifl*. Oulemtr' HlHiikK a MacVltly, nigra, ) — 
ii TorfMlU»...Oiui., 4-t). Monti-rul U-ltt. 
Maim. I.inih. mill I'liini I.iujijhii IHlinbert Brrw,, 
niL-rfc. f .-rhj.iiU", >■■-- 4-0. 
1 MrltlHfi Utihe,.^,, -Jl, : HMrliiV{ uigiv!— riHUitirg. 
I'a.; 4'H, -'■, v,,:i eiiils. 



VMli filial ffaTh n«r.)— 0l*l Town. »le., I 

jfi'-tiTaii it BSWrl «, CMlat>i o, rort ralrteia 
11, llotilton 12, Wnodatock, X. 11., IS, 14, lit. 

Juan 15-Hi. 
"Uncle Toui:» Cabin," Slptwn'n, l!«tern (Uraet 

bH iRgr.> — Bay Hl*fc. W. /.,■'«.,, 
"Unde tWm CaHn." 'Ccrry'ti — pnUBott, la., 6, 

rtrk/i>hii:s 7, Dike Fl, Truer 0. 
Van Dyko k Katov {f. Mack, mgr.)— Davenport, 

la., .i-::o. 
Vale, Xotilap. Block (Travera Vale, mgr.)— Syra 

enie. N. v.. I. Inriprlnlle. 
Wnrreti, Aet^Li, (Stock— Inillanirwlla, InJ,, 4, U 

oXlnlle. 
H'lnnlnier BroB.' Own (Frank Wlnnlnger. mgr.) — 

Ot-orito, WIm., 4-U, Knranaba. Mlt-h., 10-17. 
Warner Ojtnetly (Ben It. Warner, ttigr.)— Mc- 

(Jiejtur. bu 4, ItHleflnlle. ■ . 
WMartN Htixk (WoodwHrd A Burger.", ngra.)— 

Hii'iii cttv. In.. -1. InilPltnte. 
U'allncp TlK*Mtre (Dnliln^ky Broa., mgrw. ) — Rock 

Hand. 111.. 4. JmlelDltE. . 

"When Wntaen l^)?e" (Shlti fc Nallianmn Amuae. 

Co.. mgrn.t— WnWMorl, N. B., 4, KiTilerlcton 

I, Cliataam rt. Syd : ie.v. . >". 8., 'J II, Ulace Bay 

IS N.-rili Hydney l;i. Antlgonlsh 14, Tlclou IS. 

.TogdliiK Mini' 111. 
"Weary Wlllk* Walker" (Hpll* A Natlianaoo 

Aouae. Ok,, mgM. i— Newport, Me.. 4. Dexter r.. 

Duter 0, liullforil 7. (Ireenville 8., Karutort (lie 

tt.Mlln It. Mlllltiueket 12. fttl r-alrffeln ft, 

Carllwv 14. Uraml Falls. N. B., IS, WoodiitoL-k 

l "- ! -Li/ 

■VMCjUn 

Ahifrn D|Nern (MUlnn & Sargent Atwro, ajgrH. ) — 

Hilton. X. J.. 4, Irttlettiille, . t 

"Alcattk*" I J. K. Hickett. mgr.)— Chicago. 111., 

24-/uly 14. i, 

Butler, llelrn May. alii! her Maml (J, I,. Rpabn. 

mgr.) — Oatventon. Tec 4-Sent. 12. 
"Bespar rrlm-e" Opera (1'. A. Wade, mgr.) — 

tliUtHlrtQ, Tex.. 4-IH. 
Carle, Rlctlaril (Cliaa. Marks, gen. mcr.)— Bwtnn, 

Mim., 4, liKlerliille. 
Cobap, Ce... M. {Ham II. Harria, mgr.)— N. Y. 

City 4, Iriiledulle. 
CaMlnu 0|»wa (Uravea A Adile. tngra.) — Chalta- 

iioogu. Ten n.. :(-». BlrmlngbHtn. Ala.. 10-10. 
ClmmlH>rlalti and Ills Band— Bingham ton, N. Y.. 

4, InileAnlte. a 

Canatlltii Jubilee Slngerc (W. T. Carey, mgr.) — 
DitiKOR. Minn.. 0. ClarkBclil 7, Morton 8, 
Franklin 0. IndcdJilte. 
UoflTay'x Itbara Bnml — Clnrlnnatl. O.'. 4-IH. 
Diimm and kla Bawl (Frederick Pbfnnry, rogr.)— 

Montreal. (Jan., 4-].'.. Rngrtaj, N. Y.. 10 22. 
KlKber'H Open (Joliii C. F I slier, mgr.)— Bald- 
mure. M.I.. 4. Ittdentilte. ■ 
KlaHier's Military Bud (Cha«. M. Kluber. mgr.) 

— New Orleana, l.n.. 4, lndeflulli>. 
"(Jltigerbrend Mnn" (Rraden A rplera, mgrit.) — 

Chicago. III.. 4-10. 
HMM S<tiiiire Onem (l-'rank T. Klnltlng. ingr.) — 

Wuerlliif. W. Va.. 4. lu.lcHulu-. 
"Hi- Honor |bo Mayor" (Wm. Raymond Kill, 

ngrJir-N.. V. <1ly 4, lodennltc. 
lin(ifrlil Oiient- (Oarrlwnl k Turner, mgrK.) — Ah- 

hut-y.Park. K. J., 4.;lnd*l|nlte. ; 

Klltle« Bawl (T. I'. J. I'ower. togr. )*-Krle. Pa.. 
0-.8. ...... V 

I.IImtnH'm IUmI- n-.i-liliutcFii; D. ('... 4. Iiulennlle. 
Mar. 1'ilni -I 'ii/irU'- Frnlinian, mgr.) — l<onilnn, 

Kag.. 4, Indetl tille. 
"Man from Now" (Benry W. Savage, ogr.) — 

BpMlnn. auBBkn 4, Inilelltilje. 
»r|dH>UDi 1)|a*ra— Himokljii. S. Y.. 4-:;n. 
Royal Ojaji'B— D<'i MoIiipk. la., it fndelliilfe. 
Rural Art Mere Baiid (JoMPfib f>e VII©, mgr.) — 

uatim-.rr. Mil.. 4-Kent. 111. 
"Kiwalle" i Mxim A Zimmerman, nigra.) — Phlla- 

ilri|ihla. I>n., -I, Imteditllp. 
Hi«>vari Opera— llovhewier. N*. Y-. 4, liidetliille. 
sii.fpi- iind hi. Ilrooklrn Marine BanV— Brlxblon 

Jjajaek X, V., £ Meilllle. , '. 

"Sfielal VVhlrl" (Kluiliert lltw., ingra.)— K Y. 

city 4. hiifrrlnife. . 
a ;s ltd fail Klmr" liretiry W. Savage, mgr.)-- C*hl- 

viipi, III.. 4, EiMlPtlnltc. 
Tciu|>1pIiim. Fay (Kluvr A Kilaligt'r, tnjrra.) — Clil- 

caKu, IB.. I, ludetlnlte. . 
"Toitrlata" (Kliuhert Bros., ragr».) — Btwton, 

Mat*., 4. IndoBnlte. 
"Three tirairea" (Lyman B. Olorer, mgr.) — Chi- 

catfo, Ml.. I. iiidennllc 
"Umpire" (M. II. Hlnger. mgr.)— Chicago. 111.. 

4. Indefinite, 
wiiu. Mhxlcni (Juhtt ». WIIIm. mgr.)— vickbburg. 

Ml"-.. 4-.L 
Weler'a. John ('.. Military Band— PllUlmrg, l'a., 
4-lfl. 

m m.i-:!4(ii n AND VAi;t»i-;vji,i.i:. 

Baltimore Beaiitlca (Sol Myers, mgr.) — Plillndrl- 
!■:!,:. Pa.. 4-0. 

Bfiwcry llnrlpiuiiipm (Joe Hurllg, mgr.) — Brook- 
lyn. 31. Y.. -t-H, Balllimtie, Md.. 11-10. 

Ilonra VaiKk'vllle |W. H. Horn, mgr.)— I'arla, 




Thi Poilal Telignah-'Cible Ctniany (incorparaUd^ trtntmiti inrj dtllrsri thlt niiiiqa lubjiet tolht le-.ii itii Mndlthsni *rlntiit on li< ti«c< of Ihli blink 

Lynn Haas May^21 -.- : - - -' ■ 

CWE Harrifl 31>et.31 St WI MM ,211306 



*Son»where 4 at tlie.tym'AuditoriuB-Tlitaijrc^was-iiver 
sensational success [lit ; applauseUaSideafcrfirig'^aUo 
you have the 'song suoce93 ; of yourcarecr^*jhe v Vuth"andlnotliiiig 
out the truth congraixLlat ions '. 

J.AldrichjLibbey ♦ 



Me.. «, Danfortli 7, Hayne«vlll* 8, Wytoplt 

iMlt. 0V- - ■■• -;- --■ ~ --■ —.- 
Parker, C. w. . AtBueiemPDt (Cramer A Tylfr. 

tn^r». »— CiCi-it Bend. Kan.. 4-0. 
Paln'M ■*I.HMt Dty K of 1'onpelt"— Clm-lurifltl. 0.. 

I I-1KI. 
P«weri«. Mr. and KM tfi .1. Power*, mgr.) — 

Brtsiol. Va., 4-0, I'ocahmitHH 11-lH. 
Ku.viiKHid, II. S. (Jack Weal, tngr.l — \Vmikcnria. 

W'N. t-O, KliPlairgMli 7-IO, MHOItoniK- II I It. 
SeieugalH (Walter C. Mrn-k. mgr.)— Marlon, i>.. 

4-0. Cppei- KunduMky 11-10. 
Koiillirrn ttlgajiaajuiii (II. P. SIuir|>e. aaja*.!— Tully. 

N. Y.. 7. Uryden 8. (Irotim 0. MuravlH II. 

I'lihw Sprlngn I2.Klbi1dge Kt. BHklwlaaviI)c ll. 



PTOTICE TO COICRSSPONDENTS. 



Our theatrical corregpondenta art hereby 
nottflrd that the credential now held by 
then cxpltxd tin fwn l. They are requested 
to rtittim thr.M tu this office at once, for 
renewal for Hm-lDff7. 

«■» 

KEW YORK STATB. 



AT MODERATE COST. 
A trial is the most convincing proof that the materials and workmanship 
are high class, at about half the price other tailors usually charge. Order 
your garments, and if you have any cause to think otherwise they remain 
here. Special lot of the new blue serges in sclf-siripea and overplaids, also 
thirty styles of fine imported cheviots. Suits to order, $25. Coat and 
trousers, $21. May we send samples and our illustrated booklet, "Ele- 
gance at Moderate Cost," to your address ? 



BROADWAY & NINTH ST., NEW YORK. 



MyriM*' Harder, Htm-k. 

Wjgli. ugtul K'enfcl . 
iMnrk* Man tT»m Mark*, mgr.)- 



„. Southern (I.allinore A 
Keitkhk. la.', I -32. 
in Marka. mgr.) — Hancock. Mich., 
4-D. Caltmiet 11-Ht. 
MatUi-p Stock iW. U. MatUee. mgr.)— St. Tlm-maa. 

'»nl., 4, liulptlillle. 
Miilier Slti-'k (I'hll Maher. mgr.)— Bellow* Falls. 

VI.. 4-H. Wlillehall. S, Y.. Il-Ul. 
McCnllimi Biwk IW. B. MiOiUiim, mgr.)— rorl- 

laiul. Me.. 4. 'Imlennlte, 
Mitchell StiH-k— lJincaMler. Pa,. 4, ItideHulle. 
Miikiv SliH-k ItmhesiiM-, N. Y.. 4. llidi'UtiltC. 
"Mallkaa"- Ph)la*>lr4la tl ra.. 4-n. 
"My .Wife's. l-'ituiHx," Wcsli-rn (W. McCiiWHn, 
■ ■ mgr.i— Mlnneniadih. Mian.. I* 
•*Uf Frltinl lliwnii" iW. J. HolmPH. mgr.)— Lake 
PtaeW, s. )*., u-i». 

Nrlll Sloek (.laiiiea Nelll, mgr.)— Rochester, N. 

Y.. 4, Indemilte. 
Neiv ICiighiinl I'lHjcia (llniyliam A l.apolat, aagH.1 

— CiiuilirlilKP, N. Y„ 4t>. Keewvllle 11-13. 

Uv\ lei 1 4-IH. 
(llier. (iiiirui'- N. V. City I. Imlennlte. 
"Illil CluHiOH Man,* 1 Itowlnml A Clirrortl'a (Dave 

Sevnmur., natr.W Chlenun. 111.. U-», Milwaukee. 

Wis,, IJtltl, W««m<H CllllN. 

ridii"'. Mnlad illniry V. Wllliird. mgr.)— -laek- 

Mtiitllle. Fla. I, hiiteUiillr. 
fay 1 1 at Sluient ((*. S. Paylon, mgr.) — South Me- 

Alerter. I ml. Ter., ll-IIO. 
. rpiiiclil-tiyiixene. ICL JL I'entclil. mgr.)— Kuox- 

villa*. Trim., 4, Imtelliilte. 
rrliiRle. .lolnmle- poittiinil, Ore., 4-l», 
'Trim* t'4in|i" IW. X. LawreniT, mgr.)— Clikago. 



111.. 4'ja. 



'. intr 1 1 - 

mgr. ) — Tvi.i"['«li. 



Rentfrnie, 



"I'n^maatvr'a liiiuglder"— N. ^ 
Rlihle Tliwlte (C. I). HeKw, 

Rpntfimi's Jolly PatliftiiderH (J. 

mitr.i— ■Miw'Ti'iwirt. U. ( »-!«. 
■•'Royal Slurp," Kant, liitnlon A Beimel t'« (Col. 

C. W. Itolierta. mgr.l — Ingeraoll, Can,, ll, Paris 

7, Strutlor-I 8, Slmm- V. 
■•Hip Vim Winkle." Weatetn, W. A. KIIpi'k— Wal- 
lace. Ida., 7, 
"Rll» Van Winkle," SontliiTii, W. A, l-;iler'a— 

Amariilo. Tex.. 0. CHianaliUr 7. Pallitirt s. 
••Riinawav Match" (Percy C. Peek, nmr.l— Tlitm- 

deroga. S. Y.. 6, Wlillehall 7, Rutland. Vt., 8. 

Beimttigton D. 
fiouthivrll, Mirjorle (Dim J. Borrla. tngf.l-- Wanli- 

limloiivllto, N. Y- (I, t'.anlltier 7. New I'alta S. 

lHn».ctt l», Mmlnlhi 11. lied Hnok It, 1'lnP 

PlHltnt 13, Tlroll 14. Cairn 15. 
enithcrii. Chuuiicey i Roland A. Oal«irn, mitr.i — 

CrldHboro, N, (]., 4-U, New Bern T-D, Wllmlng- 

(on Ili'i 
FlandliiK. tiny, t^medy (l,m-kett ft standing, 

•lUirx.i- WRtdihigiim. P. *'., 4. tudellnlle. 
Htliart SttN-k (Ituliili Stumt. mgr. )-— Mliineiiitollx, 

Minn-, I. Imlcnntlc 
H«hIh Tlicalre (M.i.k Sivaln. nrgr.l— Kenltle, 

\Va«Ii.. I. Imhtiiilte. 
"Struggle fur tlnld" I A. J. W»a«ta. ingr.) >— Ma.ll- 

aim. Sel'i-., 0, Norfolk 7. 
•'Scout*!* Rpcenae" iRtcp & fSmley. nigra. * — 

Aninrlllii. 'IV\.. tl. 7. Can.nm City 8. Ilerefunl 

IVUro. S. Mc\., II. PorluleM IS. RiihwHI 

i:!. 14. Ilngri'imiil C>. Arfcsln Id. 
Tyler. thti>llt>. Htnft tCtnreme T. Bnyklil. ingr. I 
WaahliiRton. i» ('.. -I, Indpllidii-. 
. ghtakatv RIM, Hurt ijllnrll Broa.. mKiHj—Snlt 

Lake City. U.. 4, indentilti'. ' *~~ 

TeRit<e.-«t nnnnatlc (J. I-. Tempeat, nigr.) — Hat- 

, ueia *'t»r* Wa Y±* *■»» 



■lex., Mk 

l.yienm Theatre Stuck llurh-ki]m> (i;in»=. K. Tay- 
lor, mgr.i— Waaiiingion. U. C, 4, Indennltc. 

Rnuaway tHrtu (Peter fc>. Clark, mgr.)— Baltl- 
■aiirp. Mil., 4-0. . . , , 

Snlllvuti. John I,. IFnink Hall, mgr.l— Virginia, 

Mlllli.. 4. R, t.!oh|iiet «, Wnablnirtl. Wla., 7. 

. Vnnn'a VatnlPTllle [Wm. II. Va»o, mgr, l— Rye 

Beach, 1 V., 4-0,. Satin Rqek, Conn., 11-1U- 

■OIIITatMlA 

DmiKWttV— Pltthlajix l'a... 4-ilt. 

nnanflly'a, Tommy (Jat'k W. Slokes, mgr.) — 

I'ltrhtmrg. Mu-k., 4-n, Ilutlaud, Vt., H-lti. 
Hasknesa k Koi'n (Roy li. Kox. ingr.) — Doe Run. 
Mo.. 4-n. Hereiilanenm 7-0, Feaina I1-1U, 8te. 
ilenetlrve 14- HI. 
New York (it. I* Silver, mgt.)— Virginia, Mtnu., 
(1, lirui'l Ra(dda 7. BlnddR 8. 
ly^AT HHOWH. 
Bamtitn & Ballpy'n — Trey. N. Y.. K, Rutland, 
Vt., 7. Bitrllugtwv H. Moulueller. D. Hidynke. 
Mhn>.. l.l, Witlertairy. Ctain., 1*J, Bihlgeiiort 
US, New Haven 14. Hartford l.l, SprliigueM, 
'In-. III. . 

BtnTalo Bill*., WIM Weal, Col. Wm. F. Cody (Fretl 

B.' Hlltchliiaon. mgr.) — Vienna. Austria. 4-14 
Bonbcur Bi>m>.'— Idtienil, Kiui,, «, Mnide 0. Buck- 

HH 11. (ireetialiurg 1'J. Harilainl 111. 
C«n|.v;i Broa.'— lliirtlngloii. Nehr., 5. Wake- 
Hell tl, !,:• Mara, la.. 7. l.uVerne, Minn., s, 
Wnrtliluglun 1). Imi^' :i, 
CiiiiuuIuh' Wild West— Woreeater, Haati., tl, Fitch* 

hurc 7. 
Kly'a. Ceo. S. — AIvi. Iiul. Ter., tt. I'umdl :> 
l"i:i-l iiiiK'i A Sella Hn»>.'— Kenton, O., 4. Ft nit • 
lay 5, aaUiaMtjr H. Adrlnn. Mh-h.. 7. Oddwnier 
H. linshen. hid., tl. liullaiiaimllK II. Markm IS. 
Pern I::. Lufnyrtte 14, Kankakee, HI.. 15. 
stmlnr IH. 

Flan'*, T. J Caldwell. N. Y., 7, tuteruu 8. 

Xnrthvllle ltt. 
OnlIiDLii' liros.' — Huron, S. Dak., (I, Lako Preston 

7. Miltltatai 8, Canloii 1), .Scotland 11. 
tJay'a— Toronto. la., tl, lowden 7, Wheatland 8. 

Calamiw II. 
HiiKctilaH-k'h, Carl -Alma. Mich., tl, Greenrllle 7. 

lirnitd |tH[ild- v. KaluniaUNi 0. 
l.rtcky BIlr^.tMmplK'll. Nelir., 0. Unlsitd 7. Hll- 

ilreth K, WlUm It. 
Lmvery Hnw. — KHitala. Pa.. 0, l.ltlti 11, Man* 

helm IS. Pine U-smjp 13, Treiwmt 11. 
Metleiu'h- -Pontii, Nel>r.. 4. JerTeiMin, S. Dak.. 
r>. Wfdrtrld, la.. H, Akron 7, Hawarden 8. Hml- 
-.i', S. Bale., li. Kmnx Onler. la., 11. Hull 
12. liiwii i;i. l,c-tt>r II, rmvliHwuit l.'t, Vulley 
Sitrlnga, M. Iiik, lit, 
Ma.'kay'H, Anilrvw— Akmo. (I.. 4-0. 
NnrrlK A Howe's— Seattle. Wat.li.. 4-U. . 
raivia?e BtlPa WM WM— (Mwego, N. Y., 4, 
WnterlQirn 5, Itome 11. I.lltle. Pnlla 7, Aiu-lrr- 
■ in 'u ft. Troy li. PoiighkeeiiKle It. Brighton 
Beach 14, Ittdehntle. 
RIiirIiuu Hnn>. '— « Heuii. N'. Y.. d. Bradford. Pa,, 
7. Warren S, Krle l». AKhlalnda. (>.. II. Oil 
City. l'a.. ! J. Sharon i:t. New Ca*tle 14, War- 
i-c '. i't . IB, MaiHtleld lit. 
It-iliiiiMHi'n. John — ilatcftmrg, III., II. Burlington, 
la., tt, Fori Madison 7. Keokuk 8. Falrnehl 0, 
Cpiilertllle II. 
|HMH'< Frank A. — New Bedfortl, Mass., II. Law- 
rence 7. Attle.l-iro S. Wori-ester l», 
Bllrpr'a (Rett Sllrer, nurr.)— Altona, Mich., 0, 

Morley 7, Howard City 8, (Viral 0. 
Sun BroK.'— Pendleton, Ind.. 8. 
T«l. Wm.— BelBeW. Va., 70. 

Waxhtniiii ft Op Alva'n — New Britain. Conn., 4, .1, 
Wlllluiaiitli: tl, 7, Norwich 8. n, titxt Loudon in, 
It 
Wnllaiv'a. M. K.— IMtutnwa, la., d. MiiM-atlne. 7, 

lha-k 1-1: in I. 111.. K Daveniairl, la., 0. 
WheeleFa. Al. r*.— Free)a>rt, Mf.. », Brunawlcll 
11, Bon'iloliihaia 11!. tlanltner f.\. 

nisii;i.i,A>i:tn *.. 

BiMtm'k'K Animal Arena (Frank C Boatock, mgr.) 

—Conor iKlaml. N. V.. 4. Indefliiltd. 
Barton llnw.' lllwlun Shon- (Matt Barton, mgr.) 

—Seliciie daily. N. ¥., 4-Juljr 4. 
Criilkaliank— Fort Keni. Me.. 7-0. 
('...i I,.- i'Mim-m tii-tcv itriv. S. V.. 4-0. HlekiTlllp 

II hi. 
th-»n*la tumi Mt..iitiT- (tl. l,'i si.f. mgr.) — 

ihlaiink. Win., il. Huxoti T, Besucmcr 8, Wake- 

Iklil *■ 
lla^ea'. Mor'.aft Pictures graita A. Moore, mgt.l 

—Otta«'». nai., 4-H. Vnungslown, N. Y,. 11 in, 
glarU'a »i<evUUy (Al. Uirll, tugr.J— Hojltiw, 



Hnffnlti. M (he SIht IP. C. Cornell. 
tiiKDHger) Jessie Rons telle and momhera of 
the Kfock comiwoy iiruaenl, week of June 4, 
"Tbe Frisky Mt*a. .foliDBon." "Mislresu Neil" 
wax well rttaged nud palronlzed. 

i-vrtfsi 1.1. LniigtiElii, umnager),— ."Sliull 
M> Korglve IlerV* Is the uffeilos 4 noil week. 
'Jlie alock reodered "Ifiaat l-vum" In a moat 
acceptable. niHiiner, and. drew (airly well lnwc 
week. , Two ■a?i-foriDam , e!t are given dally. 
Ijyman Howe's moving pictures are Sunday 
fPKtiircs. 

Cosvkstidn Hai.i, (II. L, Meet-h, citstn- 
'llan.. — Creatore'a Band did well May S7, ul- 
tiHingli Creator? was too HI to apjiear. 

Siiha'k. — The list week of June 4 includes : 
IlnheiT lillllnnl uml ioaipany. Id "As a Mnn 
Nowk;" Ray Itoyce. J, A. Klernnu, Wluonn 
Winters, Qunker City Quartolte. John hdiI Ber- 
tlm (Jleaatm. Tony Wllaon and Auioraa Sla- 
lera. Maraun't wyrherly niado it profound 
Impression laat week. 

A.'Mit:.Mv IP. c. Cornell, manager).— "The 
Faetory tilrl" 4 anil week, after wlitcli (he 
theulie closes for i lie sea sun. "A Little Out- 
oimI" did fairly well. 

[Mi-Mum; (C. M. Bagg. mHaagpi). — The 
lafByette Stock Hiii-lestjiie Oft. holcla forth 
fmm now on in the Dog Daya. Included In 
ll rtre-: Rea trice llni'lowe, Three HI mans, 
Strickland and DukeHhurv. J. (.'. Hart, (Tltas. 
Barrett, Wm. Williams, Hrtna Aleene, Janet 
Jjiuiuiit. letter lloa-ard und it rliorus. Tin; 
Utopians nod fimip amaleurs did nicely Inst 
werk. 

Linn's Muskum. — t.'urrenlaiine'irnnceKHre: 
Mtirlha and Hoey, Muy \cllson, I-IIIUui Dmig- 
las. I'robaaro, and Chna. Wilton. A heailly 
show tif nil uiillonu la nn added feature In 
curio hall. 

Atiii.khc I'a uk (R. If. Mni'llroom, inn lin- 
ger). — Notwithstanding cold weiilhnr, the 
itinny aitrai'tlims here Ijave hevil getting Iheir 
nun of alieiiiion, and Hie various rvocea- 
j-lona nrc meeting wlHi fnvur. 'Pbe Nelson 
FHrimiii A.crobttl'K Rive exbllilllonai In Troul of 
(he grnud Himid. In Ihe iheativ. week of 4, 
are : Rio Bros., Short and Shorty. Chas. ft. 
Lttwler and daughter, Tops and Topsy, nud 
Tom (.IHen. * 

N'orutf. — Hsinuin & Knlley'x tlmia did a 
tiulistaiillal Hfteruooii Inialncss, nnd turned 
t.inni Kwity nigh la. -May. -H. :n. The eKlillil- 
llou met Hit einectatlnns,. ...W. .1. (Vllnaru, 
orhrlnnlor i»r tni* "valet ayslpm" alore Here, 
la fretiitehtly seen In a winning vnuderllle 
aketeh. and la it Shea Inioklng for week of 
June *J7>, In Ihe sketch. "A ltotnuure of Kll- 

htrtiey." Dr. Frederlch ('. Prless. well 

known In Hie profession, died ^Et>, after nn 

opera t Ion Margaret. M. Hrennnn, raolher 

of ( 'liaiiiuTv Olirott, died at her home here *i8. 



l*>kel mitt Warder, t.eo.' A. Hardtnaii, Oal- 
Inghcr mid Reyaulds, tbe Li wood Co., and 
Wolff Hrna. 

Si:a Hr.KKY.y I'akk t Rerl L. WIIkou, ruuni- 
ger). — r'llly-fuurlli Iteglmcnt Band (local ) 
.1 ,11;' 8, 



M1NKKHOTA. 



Allinny, — At llarmauint Bleeckcr Hall ( II. 
It. Jncotis, mamtger) Summer slot-k was he- 
gun with considerable aucecss May llH and 
week. MellKinrne McDowell and his com- 
pany o:ipei>red In "(Hsmonda." anil gave h 
lirllllHiH presonlutlon, to large inidiein-pa. 
Melbourne McDowell. asslstHl by I, inn.* Nel- 
son Hall, will prevent. June 4 and week, 
"Jdt Toacu." at iKipiilar prices. 

I'iniciini's ( Howard Orabam, realdent uiati* 
nger). — Bill wi*ek of 4: May Vokes and cotu- 
tuiny. Neff and Miller, O'Brien and liivcl, 
Willie Weston, Melville Kills, Kil. and Netlle 
Masse, Hettlnn and Rrockway, aad Ned Way- 
bui'ti's "llaln-Denra." 

Al-tko. I'AiiK. the MitiTsor to Dreamland. 
between Albany unit Troy, had a successful 
aliening Ifevorallou Day. Between ^r.,000 and 
:n»,onii people vlalted the park that day. 
several ■*(■ inc largK atlractlnns were not 
<|0lte ready, but Manager Max Rosen Is 
hastening every realuri* lo speedv completion. 
Tbe l.orjdoller Band nnd.Weedon'a Hon art, 
at. the theatre, are ihe rhlef attraction*!. A 
change of progrnninic every woek at the the- 
aire Is promised. 



Mhineniaolla. — At tbe Metropolitan Opera 
House (L. N. Scud, malinger). Swrdish Urn 
mafic Chili May 'J1-'A0. Nat C. Cnodwln, In 
"The tjenlua." precedeil by "Id a Blaze of 
Clory," ,'il-Jnne '2, had large bouses. Week 
beginning June 3. and during the Summer, 
the Ferris tilix-k Co., their Hrxt presentallnn 
being "The (Jreat lluby." "An American 
Cltlzeri" 10-10. 

Bwot; Ol'CRA Hot. st; (T. 1* Hays, mann- 
get*). — "When Knighthood Was la Flower' 1 
nid Well laat week. "My Wlfe'a Family" 
3-». "As Told In the Hills" lo-lti. 

I.vckum (I. C. Bpeers. manager).— Ralph 
Stunrt Stock, Co. laat week, la "Confusion ," 
drew fair housea. "A Stranger in u Strange 
Land" Juue a-1), "Monte CrTsto" 10-16. 

U.mquk (John Klliott, manager). — Bill for 
4 and week: Yardman, Dunn Francis and 
company, Swor and West brook, the Cutnp- 
bella, .Claude Austin, illustrated boiibs and 
motion pleturcs. Fair bualaeaa. 



St. PbqI. — At tbe Metropolitan Onen 
Hottae 1 1,. N. .Scott, manager) Nat C. Good- 
win played to very large audiences May lift.- 
Ml, and plenaed liiiinenselv. Florence Sioui 
nod the Ferris Stock Co., In "The (treat 
Ruby," had very good husineaa Ill-June ., 
concluding the season at inls house. 

QUsii tThen. I* Hays, manager).— "My 

hi.ecTitti- Park, Klnderbook Lake. Albany's W|fc*« Family*' plaved to very good bust 

Summer rescrl. opened for Its seventh sea- ness last week "As Told In the Tltlls" .'I-'* 1 . 



una on l>i*nratlon Day. with complete Hiie 
cess. CnrllandMIHIary Rand gives conrerta 
dally and Sundays. The rustle theatre opens 
with big vaudeville features 11. 



Jamentorrn — At Ihe Celoron Theatre 
M. J. Waters, manager i Ihe opening bill, 
May '-'8. Included : Duryea and Alortlmer. in 
"Tbe Impnsler:" the Three Mareenoa, McCrea 
nud Poole. Johnny Johns. Cburlotle tieorge, 
and Labelle. Hxceltcut bill and business was 
fair. 

Nirt-KS.- — J. .1. Waters, (lie new manager of 
the Park Theatre. Is local manager or the 
Samuels' Opera House. *. .The Itoval Vienna 
Band hut been engaged lo give concerts 

Uinnighoiit the season Rlngllng Bnia.* 

drew anjieara In Warren, June Ttw 

Celoron Theatre lina lieen painted aud rc- 

noi'iiied ibrougbont for this season I,y- 

tran Howe's moving pictures bud S. B. 0., at 
the Armory, _S. 



-At Ibe Lyceum (M. IX Wolff, 
ilrwarl Oiiera Co. hnd a most 



C tic*.— At the Majestic (Wllmer & Vin- 
cent, managers) Frawley Stock Co. la draw- 
ing big and will remain over another week. 

DKWkv Mush* ||a i.i, (David Barry, mana- 
ger).— This week: Ed. and. Merrill Russell, 
May Wilson, Mike Scotl, May Plane, Kitty 
Anthers. Kane Sisters, Hellea Ryan and 
Mamie Cnrtere. 

Utica Park (Scram & Donohoc, mann- 
gent). — Dancing ami ramni*, 

HUHaTR Pauk (P. A. Bnker, manager).— 
Dancing and bund concerts. Tlie dancing 



Karnuu 
June 1. 



drew n large 
Bailkx's Cittcus drew big 



Rut/heaU-r, 

hiuniiget')' l hi: _.. 

Hiisp|rl(iits iiitcnliu' May -8. Ivginalnga Sum- 
mer seuson uf light opera, at tioptilnr prices. 

Tlii- Itmise was .lammed to the doors, anil nnv iitni ■.—.-" =-—-"ii ■— ■-- 

Ititslocas was big Uiroitghout the week. "Com- pa ^ A ° T n K \uJSJSS Ham C <1 1 
thy" was given a praiseworthy presenlallon. aJSS jnrtL ? 1 
The. excellent cast did com mends Lie work. ai 
Kdm iVsM'i, tbe prima ilonna (a local i'i- 
vlrlte): l.iiina Watson. Bessie Knlrhalrn. Wm. 
(J. Stewarl, Kdgar Temple and Ueorge W. 
Leslie made most emphatic hits. The chorus 
Is large and most admirably drilled. Tiki 
much praise cannot he. given the directing of 
Sell! Klmonaon. June 4 and week, "The 
Chlniea of Normandy." , 

N-VTinsAi. (Max I in i' tip. manager).— The 
Nrlll StiH*k Co. gave a partlriilarly line pro- 
tltit'tlou last week, [ititilug nn 'The Ama 
xoos." to large returns. 



Triii*..— At Proctor's (William H. tlrabnm. 
resident manageri the vaudeville snjsou 
closed June ^. and week of 4 Mr. -Prnetnr'R 
Fifth Avenue Dramatic Co. will open In 'Lady 
Windermere's Kan." 

1-TCBUM (Burns (Hllam, manager). — The 
stork company played to big house* last 
. week, In "MlKtresa Nell,** second week. BUI 
rcdythe Chapman rt,r 4 RQa **«--■ "The New Magdalen." 



■ !)■■■ jIUHI 



Nelll. Marlbel Seymour. James Nelll and Ueo. 
Hloomt|tiesl did merllorlous work, and are do- 
serving of great i»ralse. "If 1 Were King" 44). 
C'.MtK oi'hha IlorNK (J. 11. Moore, mana- 
ger). — The Mcwre Stock t?o. Imd, de«erredly 
big hmlsert Inst week, putting on "By Right , 

of Sword," In line Ml vie. Bertram LyHell, | n • n fhe then re pavilion the progrnnitue Urn 

- r . week Included: The Marvelous Howards 



Mem plus.— At Hopkins' 
(A. B, Morrison, manager 



Knat Knd l'arl; 
rowtls attended. 



Ihe lend. Ki-nreit heavily. Kfrlo Hext, At- 
tlutr Ittil ledge and Otis V. Forbes gave excel* 
lent Htippoi'i. "I>ura Thoruo" I ■.', 

IIakkr .J. II. Moore, manager). — The 
Tt vnll Muslml Comedy Co.. last week, scored 
hwivlly. In "The Belle of Now York." Lrlith 
Mlllward. In the title role.- was a picture, 
unit she played the nat-l well. Colt Albert- 
son, ilto npw tenor, his tlrst appenrani-o with 
ibis t*ittu|iany. Rudolph Kuck closing Mar **ll, 
made n most excellent. Iinpression. Allan 
ltatnaal and Jack Henderson aa usual, mado 
Ivtg nils. "Tlie Telephone tllrl" 4-9. 

Ontario lUnrn Park (Jus. Clancy, amuse- 
tm-iit illreclnri.- -The furtunl opening here 
iiccurs June 4. 

.Ii.k.n IIavhn t'AiiK tit. I-.. Wilson, ntniin- 

Sir).— This .i.oiuit ifoi Hw n r l opened to throngs 
ftT -S, and seems n» popular as of old. At 
(lie i»pcu air tht'ittre Juue 3 aud .week, are; 



The nouse will he dark week of It). (2MC** 
Fawcett's comiHiny .will begin a sea>>on of 
several weeks' ditrctlon-on 17, not i-onclnrlin^ 
until aomi> time In August, when the house 
will be closed for decornilag. 

Orphhu}t (Charles Frerck, maiiHger).— 
Business was good laat week. New peopli* 
week .if -I: Bailee, Johnnson and King, 
Helen MIgnon. tieorge Barrett. Jnrrelt ami 
l.a nnse, Clara Norrls, May Sawtelle. the 
Samuels. Addison and Livingstone. Those 
who continue are: Henrlette Roberts, Mar 
Crawford. Dot Hederlck, Kmma Moson, Sad'e 
Manning. Xherestt Kemp, Flo I'attersou, nod 
Lou Doutbilt. 

Hjipirb (A. Welnhohu-r. manager). — Busl 
nesB was rery gisid laat week. New pgapff 
lor week of 4: Mahci C'arroll and the r>« 
sons. Tin <se hold J ug over : Vera St it a I ry. 
Debbie Vedder. Muy Brunswick. Vera lioraln, 
Bertie Van Hnuk, I.llllc Harnett and the 
Great Dcnby. 

Mkxtios - . — Payne Avenue, in the eastern 
part of the cltv. bad a carnival and sirwt 
fair lusi week that -was well attended. Tbe 
cnirrtainment irouslated of high divine. 
vaulting, ihe volcano. Hie AerlHl Bishops, Hnd 

plHlform acrobat le acts Wonderland, in 

Minneapolis, received a big Impetus In M- 
Maul patronage, bv the opening of the iblrd 
Intentrban line of street cars last week. An 
tbe lakoalde reaorls will receive a big WW 
In attendance bv rensnn of tbe nice weather 
lhat we are enjoying. This will apply '" 
tbe parks a* well, the weather hliberi" b^' 
Ing been unseasonably cold and miserably 
wet. Tbe lakes around the Twin Cities are 
full to overflowing, many of tbe features ;ii 
Wild wood be4ng almost inaccessible by reason 
of (he high water. Historic Mlnimhalm halls 
has re'elvpd a wonderful Impetus by trass'* 
of Ihe unprecedented high stage of watpr. 
Lakes e\"erywhei'e arp ,mit of their banks. 
■ ' ■ — 

Dnluilt — m Ihe Metropolitan. I.. SMmo\ 
gave one lKi-formnnce of the new \ tdn \-n 
"Faust." .tune :;. Mabnra's Minstrels ;«. J"- 

Bum: (Joe Mnltland. ronnager).— BUI 1 IW 
4 and week: laurel and Moiitbern. Hen »■> 
vey. Kohl. Eld ridge, the FishiTa. Morey i<oag. 
Jbs. Mi r.ollsn. nud the moving pictures. • 

Noteh. — Tbe ground where the Metmp" "■ 
tan Tlieatre sUiitria was sold to the \Ms.-on-m 
Central ll. B. Co.. as they nave lajitgnl «*" 
blocks for a depot. The bouse will '** tl,rfl 
down next Fall. Manager Marshall says g* 
will have another house. nnrlestpte ami 
vaudeville will lie the style of perfonjian e 

Ivan .'...[tingling Bros.' Circus will ue 

ere the latter part of July. 



CONNECTICUT. 

Hart ford At Parsons' (H. 



Pars-Mr. 



■ « '" "~J« L.T' *"" -••-- —■*......, ,.» , ,.,h m OS, fvl 

ITH.vwDnH. Cnroy «ncl ILivwoo.!. ^1. Ij, ff . tii 

reniT. Count He llul, «ni1 Hrmlipr. tt'nliliind 

nnrt JVi-hla, uml M.e rv.r mipitltir kln-Mlrom.. 
»»<"» l"«« K'liy S. Ummon, uimrn- 

S").— "TUp Jinn frnni Mrslro" ilrtw noil. 

All 111. inprntuTH ,,r Ihr KtnrV bhvp .,r|.'-..- ..B.,...r... — u rw mu w '■■•-, „„ 

linn. Tho oulrlonr nltrnitlnns am unlrpl. nmnmnrl Ihe Hmrter-Braiiford PInyE" pr . 

nntrmil/.pil. For wp.k o( June :i, "Whpii *> p i»lntlon of "Tb. t'nwbny Hurt Ihe Lndj; "A. 

Wp Wi-rc Twpnty-nn,.." in pvpi-v w,y tMllsfactory last week. !««■» 

June 4-H. -„,... 

l-«.I.l-» (L. B. Kllliy. mnnagpr). — I ™' ■ 
Slock Co., «-hlrh Is an eiceptlonnlly gowl "f. 
E«ve an Intelligent Interpretation ol » 
T'lney Itldje." ilnrlnn Ihe pust «t»" 
i-ell„nl bualnera. "The Charily Ball, ■ w ,'i" 
Maraarvl Pitt and Campbell Htratton In me 
leaila. 4-n. 

&A«MtM & Haiixt'a CIICUS IB. 
Foot Ov.nn Ilau (IV. H. Ellnworth, m«n 
njeri.— linrah Berubntilt. in -t-aBl"", "• 



Buior <R. M. Sliilnhack, manaKer).— "The 
onvltt a IlaoichlPr." laal tveek. played lo 
fair tiiismrss. and the performances pleannl 
A, nn nddltlnnnl ntirni-tlnn. plrlttrp. of t n ,, 
Snn Pt am aa u dlulaler were nlTPreil. Mar 
llnh-tiinn'H vatnlevllle 4-». 



I«m„ylllr — Al ChlllHwie Park Itealtlt 

ll. n. IVrnehi. mnnageri the Peruehl-tiTn- 
Bene Co. conllaucs, and bmlneia remain big. 



June- 9. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



mi 




WANTED, for Season 1906-1907, for the SINQIEST, 
1 



IDEALS 



DANC1EST AND QIRLIEST SHOWS OF 





Maitb«B«»4jr«o Keuear«,Jnl>-IU. 
- Early and Long Season. 



THE BEST PEOPLE IN THE BUKMiUUE BUSINESS! 

SO CHORUS OIRUS, GOOD SINGERS ANQ DANCERS. 

All Wardralie FurnUlu-.l. Highest Salnrle.. Afaa < itatKDI \\s SlNTICfl ASTS, hk i . i » n ir.ASli euiri ttsitll* li: vi>l ;lt v. 

Empire Circuit Office, Knickerbocker Theatre Bldg,, Mew fork. 



THEATRICAL HOTELS 

1 «nd 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

PALAOB HOTEL 101 V. Cl.rl St., CUIcafo. 

•uoieu, IS per MB wltn prints bam, »J. 
{5iEaS«{,too. IT. B. HUMPUKET, Profit 



THAKALCJAH, 11S-I1! K.ll, K.T.,Ot. Keltl'l, 

xctA. or Hollo, Dewey. Rooms Mo., IKS., $1, 

»UO i»Vi tlM to 18 TOt W.D.HA-HKlOAJl.Prop. 



WANTED dUICK, for JAl'K PEI.l.on'Sauil 
D. M. ROCKWELL'S Undent Mcdli-lnr Show, Hot 
Song and Dance Comedian. Cbauire fur ivcev. 
Otber useful inrdk-tiie people. Joe Hrjiiin, write. 
Fellows. V llofkwcll MfiI. t:o.,Liirav,i;liirk Oi... Jlo. 



WANTED, for III.- LOUIS liOKTV lilt! TKNT 
SHOW. Opeie* Alb/. -Ja. rllnl-ll:, OlrN, Lnilvr.nitiir- 
ilmiNi-. Slack Wire mid Trapeze Act.; also li 1', 
or II. Send Dilates; will return. I.mv .jt'in v . 

■'II CLINTON AVE.. N. RmliMtr, X V. 



OHHli 



I Wabash * Madison, CHICAGO, 
0. 0. Vaugliac, Prop. Strictly 
hum American plan. $9-15 slnfjte; 
Ir-ii . double. YandeTHiepatromge invited. 

"~HOTKL ST. DENIS, VM-V.tis West Market St. 
Indianapolis, Jnd. Convenient to all tliemri'H. 
jjest LltUe Hotel 111 Indianapolis*. Actors' Raien. 

American Plan 
B10I.KY A .IRNNlWlS, ITon*. 
S Clark St., for. Ontario, Chicago. 

Hates. 60, 76 an d $1 gg 'lay. j ' i ro gfl ptr week . 
"SoTiisAV. Mat HI., N. Y — First Uttw Board 
mid ttooinn. Professiomal people. itccoiiiiiiQd;.U;d. 
Kate-- *7.r>oto $15 per week. Beautiful roirround- 
iuffs Near Central Park. All conveniences. 
Au d r e^ WARREN. (Telephone , i»ifli R Riverside, . 

The Oarrlok Hotel 
107-109 8. Thirteenth si ., Philadelphia. 
■ plan- Rooms Ji per day up. Special rates to 
the profession. Within walking distance or all 
principa l theatres. A. J. FRElliUb'EK, Manager. 

1«W5 , BTABT 1» SHOW BVSIBTESS. 

(CoDTricritcd),^dl[rereDii)otJkr*,ioc. All klmJaact. 
uOBPifj^ajCHWJ^bo: s\ l-jth^t^^i^ra.. 
"ffoWTO BBCOME At ONTOItTIONIST. 
Front and Back Bending, eaUi trick Illustrated 
U 5f. Morphet^ Soft ool, 83, N. liith St., P hl la., P a 

CLOGS.— Bill IlQDJor. 373 Belmont Ave. 
Hpledan, N. J ■ near Peterson, tlieotrleal Clog, 
maker. Orders promptly Wled- List free. 



COUNTRY CMfD, Half an hour nut, cnin- 
mutation KM. Open io receive wale guest:-. 
Excellent table. Tennis, (.■ roquet re, and ball Held. 
BjivUng alley, billiards, et«. TurniH, two iu room. 
fioaweek; single room from *io to %u. Apply 
M r.BANCK Kit, Koom 70', f.and T East tv<l St., City . 

~cmri;s musicians wanted o,uit k. 

Rirltoiie, Tnha.Tronii'one.Alto.C'irriet, Ciarloiii't, 
Strong Pluyers and tiood leader. Sluhl reiwU-i-H. 
Wire all. Llheral, Kan., JuneS; Mend. K«i..»: 
Bnrkllu it., nreeiislmric V£, llaviland IX BOV 
IIRCR'S tlOI.DKK U ASCOT RAlUtOAIi SHOW*. 
TIiommvImi wrote, write itifulu, ami give unit' roc 
reply. KemeiitiMT **»■ ««• »wuy out W.-sr. nam* 
ei|ilfpmeut mid g r.iiiimo dni linin on Hie road. 



WANTED, LADY HKTWKKN Ju AND :a, Til 

ravel wllh show, ro ax.-'lsi In ■•tinreri and jiiagli- 
lllo>loiin. send pliuto and full descrlpllou of neif. 
No ulijeullou (ii widow Willi in i eiiiunilirMiie. 
\a<ux engageinent to tin* riglil ope. Addft-sH - 

r mt. rw. U. M eg |.|,an. Chlldresa. Teias- 

LKiriHKll AM) OFFK K AKIUKKII 

.u Liberty. Experienced money'geitcr. Drew 
nud InnV i lie part. Salary or perct'iitaife. Tell all 
In nrsr. Nu rlckfL". Not a perfbriiier. i>«Hid street 
eo_rnedlriiis, wrire. o. il. Kearii.Waili—iowt^W.Va. 

WANTED- By all Old Rsialtllalieil Uale (juar- 
letle. Seeuud Bass lliat ran plat Plauo. I/Mig mm> 
wu In lliucoitrert Held, ouaw'etle booked hy Hie 
H'-r l.yr.eum finreana. Audrey atonre, 

J. 0. MOBY, »aJ Irving Ave., Syracuse, N. V. 



WANTRD-flood It. F. MaD. Husr- >>e red Hot 
ael worker. Show under ouivas. Hat uiid afeep 
on loC Swell ouUt. Best arcr-tiil))odalloii<i. 
other good pt-nple, write. (1KO. LA VKT IK. Marvin, 
Kim., week June -l; Ligan, Kan., week June 11. 



WANTKJJ-Yaude'vlUe People, Al Sketrli 
Team, S. and li. Comedian who can deliver the 
goodf),SlstcrTe&m<i,H«>iit)reiteH,Plaiio Player wlio 
can read And fake. M. 0., write. Silent or Nov 
eltv ivrroriiiers.Cnruettiai. Viol) u and other Mil 
sleians. Alt io join i|iii<-k. TicVelsr If I kuovr yon 
No ilci too good. Can place a lady or gent III. Song 
Hiugerif you are good. Work under eauvas. Slop 
ut hotels. W. J. MANSPIKI.U. Cak Hill. Ohio. 



TUEATKB. Kf. H. MaLSat. at 3. 
•b\ vii) hklamuo prewata 



"tuk uiki. or 

THE UOLOKN 
W KHT." 



BEL1SC0 
BLANCHE BATES 

in a ;<iay oT'4D by 
UAVll) BKLASVO. 

PASTOR'S 

14th St., .3d Ave. 

UOUB 

30 CTS. 



CON 

20 AND 

TDK MIMIC FOLK 
SKI. HIM .1- OIIIIVINI 
THE HOI.IiSWtlKT'H.S 
t'KAWKulUI.V MA.NNINt: 
ASMf: OIIAN, H.Kit 
LT.MKH JKHOMl: 
HtDIKHWUri 



TOMJtEIHTII AI.UOND 
Mil I.K.I IIIIKIlKAt-.V 
WKSTHN SISTKHM 
FI.ATOV * IIUNN 
HAHSKS A STtlCKWKI.I. 
MIKII tlngOKDYK 
THR .m'AUrUrll 



IE PEOPLE 



IN ALL LINES. 

Preference given in rlioxe who Ironlde Iu urasn. 
Send full parlletilars mid lowest salary In llr»t 
leirer. Management imys Iwanl and traveling 
pxpenses. Tiuii Sl-Uvhii and Tom Wilsiiu, w rite or 

"''"' BOYD BDRBOWS CO., Volbacb, Web. 



I'AIITVKR WAMTF.D -CONTOHTIONIST, 
for Aerial Contorthm - Ari. Must do frontanJ l-iirk 
lir-ndlug. Welglit not over IKdb. Oneillat can do 
a lltUe hand to Imud hnlanclng preferred. 

H'H. ALBA UHH, Revere I huHe, 4'hh-ngo. 111. 



VEvrRlLOUMfOI TAUGHT, For lerms 
Adlress Prof. Ltugermau, Palace of Ainonemet-t, 
T^agener'H AVhlti- City Park. Binghaimou. N. 1 . 

TRE WCJT WOBBtPVLDHICAtp 




Professionals. 

Speaking of LearyM Alley-wuy, -u< iriin ..-. mti- 
nlclatn siild: "I'ropeny pla.ved and snug, Itiai 
Hong will make a iilr auywliere.'* Another mini 
(a chumpi said: "Winn yood In Hie d— n ililug, 
anyway?" Send niea pottlal ruril for a "profe^i" 
copy, tun ii over mieeor iwlce, and guess which 
class v«»ii helouif In. u "* up to yon »■ 
UIIAN. II. ItlMMf 

Mld(]let4t\«'ll, (iimii, 




Desires to correspond wliii aTiieaire Unnaifer to 
need of such berrire. Experienced Band Di- 
rector, Fine Library, Tearn I'mun. Location ro he 
ptrmaueur If BatWaetnrv. ^ew England pre- 
ferred. BAND DIRKCTOR. 

, . Crist Hiork, Alliance. Ohio. 



MOW BOOKING PARKS AND FAIRS. 



"ELGIN STKitKOPTlcoN,"rorHong Illus- 
trators, lecturers; full size, ♦lii.RU; seiMlforcut. 
_KL01N STER. MFO.C IL. 3*28 XlmhallSt^.Kjgljn.111. 
IkODOBRS, Heralds, and all kinds of Hniall 
'" HtotT. PRESS SHOW PKINTERY, 
JohiiiOulinrK, P*iinu. 

AGENTS— lj;gliimate Hiibstliuie for Slot Ma- 
cliiuoa; paWuted; geilsnt alstit Curjl. Good ter- 
rttory open. Parllcnlara OlSHACO-. Anderson. In d. 

joel's theatrical house, m west 

41 St-tnearB'way. Joel's ppectttb are: chile Con 
C*rne,l.'ic.,25t\; Speggettl. 16c; Plg'H Knuckles 
and Saurkraut,U5o.: WeiBli Rarehiis, afic Mori 
reasoniible and (test restaurant In N. Y. town, fi 
grades of the tlnesr.beers. Always crowded with 
leading show folk mid newspapermen. I.ook for 
ifie Kletitrlc Sign, "JO EL'S." from It'way and Jl^t. 
MUSIC COHPOSED AND AIUtANGED 
for any instrument or number of inner amenta. 
Bongs, words and music, sketohes, etc. send stamp. 
OHAtt. I,. LEWIS. 438 KichmoQdSL.OlPOlnD atl.O. 

WANTED, 11. F. Sketch 'IVaiu.alwi 11. B. Come- 
dian (single), at once. Camp Slop at holds. All 
useful people, write. Also Canvas Man, than! 
Amateur Singer and Dancer wanted. Add. MfJR. 
PERSIAN MED. CO., I'lne lUlik. '.Teen Oo„ Ta. 



WANTED-To Join on wire. Al TRAP DRUM- 
MER. Long. mire, wason, itiulur cutiviw. Silent 
Aeiaand ihe Bust Medicine TalentdouliMng Brass, 
wrlle Prof. J. H. I)K WOLKP, Oregon Indian 
Med. Co., fi.v> K. Alain Street. Norfolk, Va. 



WANTED, for (ircer ASlar Shown. Ilnrltono 
Player. Boas (lauvaa Mao, Seat ami Light Man. 
Hi- Hostler, a Conlnter Agent. Lithographer and 
Billposter, ItaiiDer Man and Cook. Addretts all 
letters MGIi. Kl». QlMll.lN, Downers (.rove, 111. 



WANTED Q,UICIC,Clanouet,TroinlKmetiiid 
Trap Ilriiiiitner, tor White Cllv Orchestra. Long 
eiigagemeiit. UTJOlMP .week; 7 nlghls, 1 mntliiee. 
Wire CHAM. f)Altl»KBR. 224 North Royal Ave., 
pori Worth. Tex ■■ No tickets unless I know yon. 



PUR KALE— Al a bargain, 70 I'liicsl Colored 
1-aiilern Slides or the "Creation:" also a \ stlxe 
Poriruli Lense. Ail. I'. 0. Box W7. MarliKim. N. T 



WANTED, Tor IIEO. M. IIUNPY'S Kloating 
Theatre, Musi dans (prefer those with Snidebakrr 
instruments), Comedians win. can Coinede, Rami 
leader Io net as steward. Musi have Southwell 
liimilcdiagau, write); Soutiretle i-nimidpnf nmii- 
aglng illuhig room. Several shrewd stale room 
Jleteetlri's riuiihllinr hrass. I.usig rainy season 
Hoiilli. Tlekelx? Yes. Clarloneis not wanted, H 
lam TUB Heed Sccilou. Adil.Shuwneetown, 111. 
P. S.— Can use g ood CYnh-li t-onieiliiin. 

■ MIIH MaNllll WlKE.ailN. BUS. Pre* 
fer oue who plavs piano or duea specialties, 
Slekdy work, week standa. Pay J'Otir own. 
Stale all and lowest rtainry. 

JOHN Q. RAK. Belgrade. Netr 



THE LAYING HkONS. The only noveliy tmll 

gains In iweuly years. It Is a big laligli and a 
iremeotlotls w'lnosr. Doll Rafek Men, wrtie. 
nere.'g ihd tieveistamusemeatdevlre. If you ure 
ufter big mnnev sod a real novelty, write milck. 
BFHR BROS. HAM flilena_flL, MHwaiikfe. WK 

WANTED, Al td. LertDftr and i Dice W.,i k- r, 
to work on percentage. Musi he good niolie>- 
geiter; we bring the people and +sp-ei )ou to sell 
the goods. Can iisi>h. sod 0. Comedian, oue who 
aloes Dutch preferred. Ed. Hart and Charlie t'arr 
wtlie. Yau Bureu A St. Pierre, Itumas, UkJa. , 



Acts Wanted. 

SINIJ.K AN1I DOUHI.K IIOKCKK.T HALL AITS. 
11-t.rt.f HCIH lliat ean elialute OI'K.V TIUF AKrKK 
JUNK lu. ALL LKTTEKS ANSWKKKIl. Add. 

FRANK CUSTER, Mgr., 

AMK1I1C A.V CONCERT t.AIIUKX, 

Mftyvr. t\»l.e, i'anton, olilo. 



MDSICIAKS ADD PERF0RHER8 WASTED 
For BENO A AlVOBI'S Combined Shows, 
Cornel. Bttrltonr and Slide Trombone Bayers, nlxo 
a Uootl Contortionist wlio can no Home nlher net 
or play linti'H. All must tie sober ami reliable. 
MiLiiiioeineui iioyslionrtUiKliriiiielxirlittioit. l.'mu 
.ensoo. SHOW OI'KNS JUSK l'>. 

Atldreaa KH. 51. RKMl, Kinikitkxe, HI 



WANTED QUICK, FOR 



1 



I'eople In Alt Lines. S|inelnltles urn) Ihiubh 

Itiiiid given pref. HIM* Imvesl. Mu-i iunk< 

good. IniHuuiteti-iicy closed llrsl relieursal. 

AtMltW K. A. H.iiTtugloli, .Mt. Ciirmel. III. 



WANTED, 

Mil GENERAL BUSINESS MAN, 

To Manage singe. To u competeiil, —lu f iiuni » 
pcrnianeni engagement Is asaured, 

Si, 1,. KIN.HKY. Napoleon, Ohio. 
I'. S.— Repertoire People, send permanent ml 
drew. 



BLACK TENT TIME. 

Have following used mm new Dlack Tents Iu 
stork: itxfis, ii!x:tO, 1BX41, 20x4U, liixtw, inxoa, 
18xii4. tSXftl, SUM, Jl -\'W, ■jrxdU, 40.VSU, tii-,. fraiik 
and Spring .Motor Pianos, folding Organs. Mega- 

S hones, l-jinalioraiir lop, wire teg Lunch Cmmler 
tools, I.iknj huldTiiK Olinlrs. SemlNir Kri'e Sample 
Book let. It. II- Armltrtister. H|irlt)glluld. Illinois. 



FOR SAX.E OR TO LET. 

Park Ave. Opera House, Mecbanicville, N. Y. 

The owner, having changed his bustnes<', will sell 
or let the atmve house, doliip; u line liuslnes.i. fur a 
termof years, and mi reasouahle terms, hwsesslou 
at otiee.' Address 

( . It . SIII,Kli:i<. Sf ri -iiiinlevllle, N. Y 

WANTED QUICK. 

NOVELTY MAN 

That enii rlirttigeror one week, in her nsefir peo- 
ple, write. Also oKOAN PLAYER. Teni abow. Or 
II. O. MCLVEY, New alilfurd. Wlonetiago tto.. Ill, 



Wiflted, AH 'Round Comedian, Soubrelte, Med. 

peupie that can elmnge far week. Long Nemum 
sliow never closes. Muslfakeorgan Drunks' So. 
BILLV KLlKf). Northwestern, (melda to., N. Y 



For Sale-Magic an J Picture Show, Fealuring 

Frisco ni.ii.lcr. Al for henem., or opera tlott'e. 
Complete sIkiw only Sat; worm *h's». circular for 

StHmi'. tleO.A. Itlee.J llllilltrwootl .%..AllblirU.S.V. 



jsjn Round Tup Cauva., with 3 mldille piece? 
oue ait I. fiat Cat. Addrw BIN HK0B.. 

xu Btiinniit St., ioielo, Ohio. 



K. Oil 1 1 Ml. 
MAT. TDIIAV. 

Mumiliiilil Slaitk 




WANTED, 

CHORUS MEN 

THAT 

PLAY BRASS. 

Apalyln iier-oii ur by letter io 

BUSTED BROWN AMUSEMENT CO., 

Kiilekerhocker Theatre iimuilny, Mhw Yor k. 

DWARF JOE DAVIE S, 

AT UltERTY APTIIIt SKIT.Ii). lllMKDIAN. MRP- 
TURKIC ulitl I'AIITH. Address, null) &e|il. la. "A 
Trip in the Moon," Lima I'nrk, Coiie> bdaud. N. Y. 

The Only 



Ot Hlark Claaa Vao.levllle Tk.alr.a, 
H. MBVKKIKl.l) JU . PIIIS8. ; 
MARTIN BKL'K. flKNKHAL MANAI1KH. 

Ill Appllcu Ui:ii» for Tim. Must be AMrtMM 
to C. E. TIIUY, Uooblnc Uiuam, 

MalNllr Tf.ntre Ilnlltlln«. " 1 " 



Ut 



r's J 'x- Museum 

at all time, i.mso i'houihiks, 



-1MHL _ 

Trained and rHre autmals, uoveltles or over, do- 
■crlptlon for uurlo UalH and Theatre. AddreM 
1. O. AM UKKHON, Manager, aa au o»«. 

THE SID ONI AS, 

!■;.'■■ ,i .- at t li.-, i Summer Home, 
BERWICK, Kl»fi Co., Nova Miolla. 



BERTRAM MILLAR, 

47 W. !flth BT„ NKW VOKK. 



HARRY HOLMAN 

IN VACDHVII.I.K. 
»OK<IM, PAKHDIK.S AMI HTOHIBL 

THE SAGES, 

IIYHNDI'IHTN, PAUL AIJ.I.N rUOR Mgr. 
Buck lioiae afier live years of sufeess Hi Kurone. 



dlnffffler, jtsaisiled by MBIB. NKL.MJ. 

NOVBLTV .ill stt A I, ABTIBTE, 
"TUK LAUY WITH TIIK CLABIONKT." 



INTER MTIOML 
illTISTEN LODGE, 

HEETHMS HELD EACH THURSDAY EVE- 
NINO AFTER PERFORMANCES 
it 1EBBA0E OAHDEI, lew fork, 

SHIl, St., ..ear Third At*. 
ALL FEKPOHHKKS 1NT1TKD 



Cill Brown 

Address AM Ashland lllock, I'liieng.i. 



ADGIE t Lions. 

NOW TOURING ENGLAND, 

CLARK and GILMORE 

•Ar t WKKT :a.lli St., XKW YORK. 
»i OKRRAItU ST., 1.1 »N* HI IN, Vi. 

TAFF VOLT A k ROBERT O'MEERS 

Ait 1st* wnniiUK^oi'opeiiu lime write. HllLllllg omm 
lime and terms. OrttUe, "A44QWI1 ,** M WI IWI II< 

THE SHREWSBURIS 

(IW ARCIE and LILLIE . 

RftNZETTA and LYMAN, 

A <H)I»II laAIIIHIIllNtl ACT. Mil 1,1, WDllKIMI. 
P. N. I'ewnred here. */• 

ORVILLE AND FRANK 

Are ii.-irkui/ tliK week for MR. SIP KI'HON. CHI 
CAt.O. H.I.- MltS. (MtYII.I.K wiiliisdmlv Partner, 

Ladies' Ward rob ist. 

HHghiiy Worn OOWMR for the Stage and Htreei. 
KsialillshcdlHfl. Mrs, A. FKCK. 

217 in ii-- Islaml Ave., Chlcaro. Ill 



Wl SALE, STOCK CAR, 

Sultiible for Tl-avi-lliiK Show. Sl/.e, -Cifl. long, 
Hft. Wldr*. 7ft. IllKli. .\ihln 1 --. 

A. II. U., IM). Box jlSkCjOB, I'arkei-siung, W.. Vu. 




Song and Dance Queen, 
AT LIBERTY fUR SUMMER AND COMING SEASON. 

Mullcil Comedy or Burl«i|n.. Pliyi I'at Is.'JJJ 
lilrejoi all mall t ■ \ r '' 

_ • aiat nAli B MJy(iKV| iieiRju. M.Mit. ■■ 

Just Full of Ideas 

A SKIAI.I. III. nil IS llll.: HI'. Ilillisl,: 

REMICK'S, 45 W. 28th St. 

EO. ROSE writut 

. ■ ; ■•< " ■wm 

ACT 



LOOK 



FOR RELIABLE PEOPLE. 

fMi-mlle., I Alixiilalr lilioek- 

uiil. oil Hie ,.»■)- laitewl llllw. 



AT I.IBRll'I'V roll SI ll.'ll.ll, 
O O. MolWEOKAIM, 

I'llAIUCVKIl AM. I.HIIIT riialEOir. IIIKIII 

MI'KIJIAI.TIKH. ; ; ,5 

r*BRLE KINCAIO 

JUVENII.RS ami HMVISE3 
RellnblQ, experienced, ,ood ufanlrobc. Slocl: 
preferred. Adilre.H 

it. u Mi'Ur.CHAN, Cartlianc, III. 



repebWre people 



AHO 



MUSICIANS 



Kor Harper's While Ql) Show, ntilghl htalids, 

I. Muling Mmi ami U'ontitii, I'liiti'iieturs, Jin eitiu-, 
Simhrelles. Man with Scripts. I'hvowii lintel. II. 
and 0. igniter, (inniet, ttiar., Iiiirliuue. Tmiiiiiouis 
and ilriinis. Nonarades. Uuod salarrniidloiigseu 
soli for uuiHlcliiiis lliat double t-Uigc, Tickets, hoi 
uiiihI know you. Kelivtirsiil *hu*<* here .luuo M 
Fred Harper, 411 I). IllgliSi., IcAkHVM t'lly, Kb, 

WANTED, FOB 

IHE SHDGKEY SllCL CO., 

Band mill Orchestra. Man for Alto, in douidu sea- 
ODrt violin. I'eiipc wlio ■ In si^ciit'tii-s nod play 
puns. win. 1 . You mmtluako boodnr.voii will lib 
closed. No ftorM sdviiuced Just luttt (iun'oilli 
•if the Ali^bHl Winters, Adi|n>s 

TII L .SHUCK KV STOCK l.'O.Jt'Hi' Hill, (I. 

SCENERY FOR SALE 

Have 4u Drops timf one loud of nil k Unit of Dal 
siuir I hnl I wlMh lo dispose or. Alhn tfood ntnill- 

lloii. Tell » mil yon v. ju,-, nud ir I have It you 

enii gel same al « Imrgiilu. Address 
' u. P. IMTSKK, l-ioSliortsi,, lliirriHl'inv, Pa. 



JUST OUT. 

"I'LL BE WITH YOU IN THL 
SWEET BTE AM BTE/' 

A Sohg Hint Will IM rul'ever. Hneriul |ii1ce )., iill 
Music Deiiterw. ClKllltdK (!. tlKilTKIi, 
l'jf*l lliiinpioii, ruin). 



WANTED AT ONCE, 

CIIAHACTER WOMAN ANO NAN WITH SPE- 
CIALTY, MAN TO DOUBLE TIIOM ■ 
BONE OK ALTO IN BAND. 

fltlter people, write. Volt Itlilal ili.tible lin,.'. 

...i. ..,-,. i>'\\ i, tn 1. 1 n. ii « yra , ,,.,.. k, ,. 

NATURAL CfJKlOSIT Y 

Kill UU.NK1' I.HI.ANU, t.llllN'1'ltV 1MIIIH (in 
lirilKII IIKIIIItTN, MlMMUT|:|i I'ATAIIUNUN 
INDIAN i.lANimS. nltli . Iill.l in her arnlK. 
Sliitnl. reven feat bill. I'erfecily iiininoillli'il ami 
|,re.erveil for all lime. Ilnuilred. .if rear* old. 
Si'tnl for .le..i*rl|illve,:lrei|,iir. p'tolo noil price. 
• ll. w. imlwkii. ualaalM. s. V. 



FILMS 

I- 1 Hi- Ii-'nI maker*! ;mv «.ulv >••).( here. vht. : 

Cult.-, Ilt.^hipb. Vil,i-i:i|.h mill Mellen. We 
■ire dulv nntliiil'i/eil jiLimts in l'lilliidelpliln 
Tor llu- nhovc 

Tower's t'lHiieiiiKi-npIt, with |i.-rfect Tnkeup 
lievleennd nllliilN'AI, Klreprimr Mugii/lue-.. 
Is the ilinchlni- of uiiichllies. ntnl we ure the 
ilgenis here. 



1 906--AT LIBERTY- 1 907 

Htmng Tuba flayer Tor IIiumI, mid III eve r Tru line 
Df I'erformllig l*t*gs. -■nl.lr.-H. WAIT HILLS, 
Slo. :i)-JN- Hrnjtd SI., Treuloli, N. .1, 



FOHDA. S.T., CA81B0 IU8IC HALL 

Mug" LiuJi's nud Slater Temim Wanted at nil 
time*: l*o lo four weeks. 

JOHN T. tJRlFH|THJProp.»lld Mgr. 

WANTED, iii a First Glass UndersTAader and 

llntlil Balancer nud Ring rVni'ker, a Plral I'bm* 
y .inner, or will nork In a bill act; Atlilrop* 
TIINV IIIKIII. KH. care of KRW VHRK (ll.ll'l-HH, 

Canvas Theatre 

i nil mi: mi o.v rKUiiiM.11.1:. 
Heal, 7U.' Alio ;.uff. It. T,. 160; an. Wail. Aildrein 
Na'SBlT BtUMLLfi, ri UIBUll Are,, 1HU0II, hlcli. 



Wanted, Piano and Trap Drums . Salary $12 

jot week mill hoard. HeaNoii stJirls June t, emlti 
rtept. 16. Nullme fnrei-irretlptiDdeiiri'. . Must he 
A N».l ineu. up in "titnd'iril -uiir. Wira al onte. 

iJHK f. KMBIKKU W^ilillngliio. M, ('.. 

WANTED, LADY rALHiSTS 

Korn iiltfifson. All Miitiiiiicr'-wiiu.HiHr t,'- \i.tiiip 
and nirriii'ilve mid know lie w io gpiihi- ii'mMf?. 
Writ f or wlrei|illek. JiirnesWlhoii, sn, 14:)] Mmsd 
way, cure if. s l,"hmfrnph<?u , Net* YoiK, \ Y, 



While we re|i re^nl nil Hint 1st guild III new 
llltichhle* olid III ins, y.'( We uflen Hike 111 

irmle U u>ids of older iimii.'v uiid lUmm we 
offer nt tmrKiiln iirh'e.H, for quick rein.nnl. 
W> ineiith.ii a few t.'m'ilm - harkiilus. bill be- 
fore do-Jug -o «e wun i In siiy : "\Ve never iid- 

I'Hs,' for ■■tr.-.-t linn which w«> never had. 

If run 



Wanted, To Engage Rep. People for 3 Nigtil 

HlHiids. lfyotirMi'liii4kegoii4|dun'l UMr, Htah- 
irrnu dusimdulliea. Nn hoozers nui|teij. otieu Ori. 
1,'lXi. AjJress 0. Ni HARRIS. AUJlty , NcL-r.vL ., 



vct.f.i. 1,11 c.ir.l ,,(„. Hi.,, n » •- •>.-.. «. 

If Villi sec mi llrtlcle nilvel'tlxcl by ,1.. IVP 
bnee It, iilnl II I* exuellv n« l'e|iii'Henled. 

I'ltntt. lit 7,-. pet' fie.l : I'lllcKell Tlllef. Idffi 
rbllil, - *'.»., Ill ry r,.nrlHlil|i. liblinllH 1111,1 i'iiw- 
Leva, llrenin iff Hie llncelriiek l-'leml. .lea-el 
lloble-rj. ricMcrler. |.llv Hnvera, Train lloli- 

le-rv. Ml I He. 'I'lic Waif, snip tbul Bun, 

lllller ill IhWWMA Seven AucH, b'lre null 
Kllllnri, fie, ele. All lieHilllnel-e. 

A line Bert of l''lllll. Ille.llt 1,111111 fl'i'l. In- 
,'lll.llllK Heel. ftUMIII, 

tc.lls«iii*M |-ni«r«nl Jlmlel 1tm0, riroiiil-iiii-w 

cud n.lm.lele. Willi 1 Ileal.- I.IKHI fe« ol film, 
Inl- JI3I.1IO - I )_ ' -. ?.'«;;| jj 

KilMnir-i KiMMrbJ Medcl lllllil, new null 
c,.lll|,l.-le. Willi n IUi-1. I.I leel of I'llm, for 

jl.Mi.ini. , , w 

rimer's I'liliiel-umnpll. nnuiiMi- Willi MP8II- 

,111,.-, :iii,l UK iv. Willi u Heel, I.UIIU feet 

of l-'llin. Tor IITIUW 

Kdlauu'a 'IW Kill Hill l.m Model, eoluplele 
and Ilk.- neiv. Willi I .mm (eel ut Mini aud -Jri 
Slblfa. IHHI.ini. ■ ■ !-■-■**(■ ■-. 



HnUll'a AcelJ-lelle llllllll, «-llll l,ntll|l, new, 
$11. .Ml. 

Snlll! I lliiMlrnl.il--. mid I.c-iiiici-k. Iiwe'a ulie 

r..c ami « spion.ilii ri,.re«aioiiai mfrnu.il- 
,.' uiiliii -iw., lank -.ynt.ni Acrijrleiiu 

ll.lllll. colfi|il'-le;Blnl lie new. fur fllt.fil). 

lirlit-XelHim l-'lglii, iieiv.on o llc.-l,,*:..).!!!). 

a r.-w Cub-inui i.iiM Umpi.lcit. aj <;t.r,o 
caelr. Sleet Hi- Lninpi, W.IKI Meli; pAlnlliie, 
lOe. |.ei'.lli,-et,.nll colora: CrtlionM.HuM, 

rcinant, et<- ; Couilwueri,- the Bern laabovted. 
iix mr $n.no: Cov»r .am. hwf>TMM| 
nny fm-iiH; Hhi-fwlutB, any voltane; 'rolencope 
Leo3 -for nnr inaehliic, Scieeiin, Ullile CuaM 
null iti-ueral Suiipllei,. 

I-ai«on'i llnern Kf "I'Alialli'Al.," In mo- 
tion |ilctntv«, nal.i3M.fn. Tlley ire lie now. 
We iilTei- llli'lll Inr alMl.lHl, on two llMlll'Jl 
Heels, wllli ,-ntn nml prlntlim timllei'. 

rlwniib'fl Huolludll. will, llllH-ll Comleiiirr, 

,<„iii|il tut 

rlft'illib'H rt-.,r,-nsluiiHl Hleiv,i|illi',»ll, tin licit 
■limb-. (3MW, 

■ACMMUM Wl> III. US WANTUU 

I'ri.iblcl Tliey Arc llie.lt. 

LEWIS M. SWAAB &. CO., 

:i:in Hiiruso tVh, " 

l'IIH,AIll-:i.l>IIIA, I'A. 




Bi atl Just mr tho pre<4s. Tbti IhIkJiUShi ana 

HA H '"'si vriruh-vlllMni.ti-rlMleiri!i'pilLunat 
IIVIVaNV I'ltltK. MoiiolOirui'H.iikelc.fii'a, 
PariMlles, Knd diiKH, tinms Fire (laggllig, ele. 
I'ltlUK, tide, hints Nos. 0, li, 7, N. A I .'::., A li> J 

is.oltHror lijatij aftirstns. hUb hanks, 

Vi li I'llie St.. Provlileiiee. ft, |, 

WAN TPD V H H 

SNYDER BROS. & HALL'S WILD WEST, 

MiHlelaiis.dornel, luti'llim.', Ilohlde lit Mills. Illher 
Mudeiaiis, write. A»o wunl I'errnrf tiers in till 
(inert or Circus null Wihl Wed IhihIuchs. Addrfsa 
IIAMLKIl, tllilo. Miisiclmi- iidilri'HH 

.1 K. H.lTKSllV. Mi.ni! Lemler. 

1 III'Lir ■ IIIM'Ml ,0a I1VKICVIIOUY. 

flillUpJl.llIill I a trc-iiiM. wilh> for whoie- 
■bfj cahllogr"! Hie lalcnl l'IU/1's, N'ovelllfrt Hinl 
Vurttrl Tricks, IINIVKRIAI, KIPI'LY i:tl , \T1 Lit 
HiillnHI , l-'lllr-rtgo. IMiltillslicd lswi._ 

-r^ A nil C? ron" lease, balk 

V/\tVv7 UK STORAaE . . . 

i ItFtutlr* and Alt'-mllou* Made. 

NEW JERSEY CAR fORKS, Passaic, H. J. 

<:'A.m:h a Nil Willi's. 

Iilliuense u<Borlliii'lil. of I'nlies, K in vt-.n, l-lm-li 
tlouds. Jewelry, Jan I'ainsoh, llmlirellaM, Fubcjf 
Wlllps. etc. ll.K-VKIiAM) CA.NK VH.. 

(lutaloiruerree. Dlevehttid. Ohio, 

MUSICIAN WANTED. 

Holn libiriiilielllHi. Par Hie Snlillcr. and Nudum' 

IIimiic Han, I. Adilr. Alll. II. lllltlll'KK. Until. 

loaslci'. Luck HO), HI. Iiniii K. V 

Wanted to Buy for Cash, 

Hti'um Merit do'llouiid or Miniature Itallronil uml 
i-litiiH. Ad iM Loliigu'jil riinuiiig order ami ctiei-o 
foreuh, I'll^K KH! foriAlklil-on.-HJ .ajj| 

Al Libctly, HARP SOLOiSUnd ACCOMPANlS'l 

l--iir lulu i-i "i in ti.--lra. Ti:.,ci ur locale lb or 

New li.il. I.IIHK1TA A. I)K I.O.MH. 

■« IV , Will Hire d, Si^w Vntk OUy. 

SAN FRANCISCO' EARTHQUAKE SLIDES, 

I ImveWtrHiiiillie 'Krlar-r. i:Hrih<|llliLWn Hides, Never 
lined. YVIrlselllol (ut Mi.':,. Urub lliese <|tiick, 
.I..IKNKINH IVlii tt'tilniM SI. .Milwaukee, tVin. 

Hall for Rent 

' l''ni* fleljen t-HHli. Flue I'lutio. 

OOaSWlClLKJiu, 30u First Ave., New York, 



448 THE NEW YOEK CLIPPER. June 9 

THE GREAT BALLAD HIT 

SINCE NELLIE WENT AWAY 



GREAT MARCH SONG 

DEAR OLD DIXIE 

(WHEN THE FLOWER OF THE SOUTH WORE THE GRAY) 



THE BIG SUMMER SUCCESS 

TAKE A TRIP TO MERRYLAND 

Cv MAHONEY and MOHR (Writers of "My Name Is Morgan, But It Ain't J. P."). 
V— Great Waltz Chorus. >'- ' t 



THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET 



Sung, Whistled and Played Everywhere. 



THE GRAND OLD U. S. A. 



(Great Patriotic Song). 




YORK MUSIC PUBLISHING HOUSE, 

1433 Broadway, N. Y. City. 



June 9. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



449 



THEAMEB1GAN PRQJECTQGRAPH 

Fl BEPBOOP FILM PROTECTOR, 

T n e only xmcUne that will act fli ;ker, even after 
years or win*- 




I, PtOIIKLRSS. ' II. FLICKEHLESH, 
The MactLne ttat Is Entirely Not. NO IS- 
FRIMJEMKOT on any other machine. We will 
prot«ct 70a tram any lalta by a wrlttea guarantee. 

CHA8. E. DRE88LER & CO., 

145 Eaat SM St.. »«w York Cl«y. 




"UNION" 
Malleable 

Steel 

(Ma Sow. 

U1I01 Elititw 

It440itirtolt 



STAGE 

SCREWS 

11.25 pir lot 
$2.00 pir lot 

YniUpi BttlpBUQl 

llaMilCo., 

eiieigo. 




ITSAMONEYMAKER 

every time, bat 700 will 
never know It if 70a never 
try It. Catalog tells all. 

K1HGERY MFG. GO. 

108 E. Pearl St., Cincinnati 



LHllkollne Tlghta, 84. JO; Wonted 
I Tight ■. S^.tiO; Cotton Tight*. 
ISI.TIO; Stlk Tight-, from 93i.eS apt 
I Shirt • to match, all aam« price 
I si tight.; Pomps 95 ceata; Gait- 
I era, $1.00; Elastic Supporter*, 
I 91.00; Cloth Supporters, 35 cents; 
[ Send for catalogue and samplea 
1 of tlglita fr«e. Voaltlvely a de- 
posit required. Satisfaction guarail- 
teedor money refunded. SPIOER BROS., 
Lincoln Bldg., 1 Union Square, N.V. 10 per 
c:, prof, dlacounton ail tights and shirta. 




tb; ■'.«!*- Bend tormjbeaattfallylllnitTateil 
book aspltiilnf matbod, alio pleMru. ic.n.1 of 
pHTi,*Aon.ft£treiiei*b<>l>i*ebefom* efficient ihroo.fi 
m- traJnlui — m»U*d FREE. Addrua 
Henry C Ickac School ot Ac ll og, IK KkaWI Bait. Cttlcsji 



The Hcjss with the Goods and Lowest Prices. 

Oar 1MW STREETMEN'S 
CATALOGUE Ib how 
ready for distribution. 
Wiite for it today. You 
cannot afford to be with- 
out » copy. Hailed free. 

LEYIK BROS , 

Est 18*8. 
30-32 N.BIXTB STREET, 
30O. tier IOO. TKRRE HAUTE, INK 




[UNIFORMS 

BANK, mUTAir, HINSTKEL OBTFITf 
CUIUVAL COS., tISQEKS 

And AU Other. 
Sal be UltlK. lalta OH tult* 
Special Motion CIvcd (be Prituiloi 

Western Uniform 60. 



* 21 4 e. CLARK ST. 



CHICAOO 



Ooron WANT HILITARY GOODS? 

BAJP EN1 FORMS, ABUT 01 NAT! S OTT8 . 
TDI8, SUNS ul EIJUIPUEKT OF EVERT 
DESOElmos. rrom Ooreniment Auction. 
So matter wSat /on wont In that line I cut 
■ - 1 - It. Haw or second band. Bend for 
B.B. ABRAHAMS, 
a South St., Philadelphia, Fa. 





Flia Uaglcal Appartas, 

ILLUSIONS. TBJOKJ, lie. 
Grand End of Oaatorr. tolly 
Oloitrated. BOOHCATA- 
tOOOE, ao., treo OT stall. 
OatAlogno ol Parlor tricks Ma 

MARWNIA A CO.. aaeaV, 
«J SLzth Am, B. T. 



BLOOD POISON 

,F0R WCRE.THAN TWENTY YEARS 
we bare nude trie euro of Blood Poison a 
specialty. Blood Poison Permanently Cured. 
You can bo treated at bono nuoer same 
guaranty. Capital! MO.OOO. Wo solicit tbo 
most obstinate cases. If yon have ei- 
hiuated the old methods of treatment and 
still bate aches and pains, Mucus Patches In 
Moum .Bore Throat, Pimples, Copper-Colored 
Spota, Ulcers on any part of the body, Hair 
or Eyebrows falling out, write for proofs of 
eixes. loo-pago Book Free. 

COOK REMEDY CO., 

11 11 MiMnloT«mplt f Chlcigo t III., U.S.A. 



un rrto STATES 
. AND rOREICN 




And make you a fortune. If yon have a 
PLAY, SKETCH, PHOTO, ACT, 
SONG or BOOK that la worth anvthinir, 
yon abottld copyriarht It. Don't take 
cbanceawhea jou can aecare oar s**rr- 
Ice* at niual! com. Setidfor our SPICW. 
OIFER TO I WtMlMS before applying, for 
a patent) it will fay you. HWHOOK on 
patenU sent M£L We advise If patenta- 
ble or not, TRT.E> We Incorporate 
STOCK COMPANIES. Small fees. 
Consult ub. 

WORMEUC & VAN MATER, 



Cnl—.ls CaarrWM 1 PaitatCe-lw, 

wammtqn;d.c 



PHILADELPHIA 

Reached best by the 

New Jersey 
Central 

klADlVG SYSTEM 

nun inn awn an Of the noes 



astTlmr BcKbBilUa 

Sopcrb Dlgtarg gfTTtea 




POPULAR HITS. 
Corer Handsomely Illustrated. 

We. per loo or $7 per l.ooo. 8 different books. 

Samples 100. A. LONDON PUB. 00., 
719 Willow St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



THE HTTRBAY 00., 




CIFtfCUS CANVA8E8, 

Po le, and e tale s, agAT S.rla ra. Etc 
■LAOi nmioi show FADrrnraa. nom 

AID BAATIIBS FOB STREET PAiBB. 
Ateata (or HDD'S PATXNT C1KOTS LISHTB 

.111, WamUanoa ja. CHICAOO, ILL 




SHOW TENTS 

For Clreoaes, Will Weal Boon, Black Tents, 
Cudr Tops, Flags, Kldd * Baiter Llfhts, etc. 
8.B. (or IS oass price list of second hand 
Teats. BAKSb * LOCKWOOD MFO. CO., 
Tth Mi Wyaadotta, gaaaas CttT. Mo. 



United Stair. Teat and Awning Oo^ 
Randolph and Union Streets, CH1CAQ0, III. 




CIRCU8 CANVASES. 



■LACK TBKTS Onr Bpeelaltr. 
HUE .BOW PAMBTUIOa. 



J C.GOSSCO. 



M. R 

4 



KELY 




MANUFACTURER OF SHOW CANVASSES 



J Last. Sleet HO. and trader 
Blaw sad Second Hand. Writ. 

TUI CHAHLIS P. SIEDEH 

tot aid tvmmi co.. 
SaoeeeBcra lotlil.w. Hobls Oc- Tent Deft, 
Detroit Bag and mi. Oo„ Detroit, anon. 



Mrs. L. Scheuer, 

Evening Gown a specialty. Befut Dinner, 
Garden and Reception Oowu at rxoderate prtcei. 
In the Gentlemen*! Department we carry Full 
Drees and Tuxedo Rnlta, inverneM Capei. Prince 
Alberta In Ooati and Veata. flpriBg 8uta and 
Overcoats, Ealn Ooata, etc. 

Remember our Store*, 924-eM South St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Onr Branch Store for LadiM' Qooda 
only at 818 W. MnUbenr 81, Bald more, McL 



SIX M0NTH8' ENGAGEMENT 

Plavlng every night, at union prices. Can oae Solo 
Oornet,Trap DrumH, BflatBaae, E-flatUss8, Bari- 
tone. Enlistment in the army for three yean. 
Good chance for promotion for good mtialclatw. 
Only lobcr, reliable, unmarried men need apply. 
(JR9AHE TOKSIBI.LO. Bandmaster, 
2eth lafaatry, Fort Bam llonaton, Texas, 




Get the Habit. Go] to 

Quit 

CLOTHIERS, 

UNION SQDABE, 

14th Street, near Breaelway. 
279 Brulnr, near Chambers, 
47 Cortlinat St., neu Oreeawlch. 
12Stb St., corner TUrd in. 

IEW YORK CITaT. 



Nothing gives that de- 
licious feeling of absolute 
cleanliness to the mouth 
like 

S0Z0D0NT 

Liquid, Powder or Paste 



HAS NO ODOR, LKAVKS 
NO ODOR. A perfectly 
harmless cream that re- 
moves absolutely all bodily 
odors. Does not close the 
poTes or soil the clothing. 
Endorsed by women of so- 
cial prominence as being 
IN DISPENSABLE 
TO THE TOILET 

For fifteen years 
Pirsplrodof has been on the market and not 
one unfavorable comment has been received. 
We guarantee entire satisfaction or your money 
back. Ask jour druggist for Paratplrodor ■ If 
he does not carry It, send 25 cents for full size Jar 
postpaid, or In order that you may Judge its 
merit we will mall KRKE SAMPLE with Inter- 
esting booklet on your request Write to-day. 

BROOKS-OORDOrf CO., 
7T3 Gram-rcy Building, NEW YOH K . 



CROSs^- 




FAMOUS 
■ THE WORLD OVER 



THEATRICAL 

PRINTING & 

ENGRAVING 

Stationery, Tickets, 
Contracts, Cards, etc 
Book of Cuts. 20c 
Siaee Money 15c 
Trick Cards 5c 




Bet of 12 Pictorial POST CARDS 16c. 



RED. 



WHITE. 



TENTS. 

SCHNEIDER TENT CO, 

.0 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. 

DETROIT . . MIOM 

J. I.. KELLKY, Bfgr. 



BLUE. 



BL ACK. 



Spangles, JLOO Per Pound. 



Worsted fights, pair. 2.00 

Plaited Bilk Tights, pair 2.60 

Beet Silk Tigli:s,r BM 

lucb cotton tops.1 B,w 

Calf. Thigh and Hip Paddings. 
Gold and Silver Trimmings. 
Send Deposit with order. 

THE BOSTON HE t. ALIA CO., 
387 Washington St., Beaton, Haas. 




Learned by any man or boy at home; small cost 
Bend to-day so. stamp for particulars and proof. 
O.A.Smith. Box 0. 20*0 KnoxviUe Ate-.Peorta. DL 



ROYALTY PAID 
ON 

SONG-POEHS 



rtoXEta ■rjnc Pin. CO, GncJ 
■t Mi.Ulta. BHs.. CSkai^, Bl. 



M . BTRA88MAN 

ATTORNEY, 853 Broadway, New York City. 



CANADA. 

Ottawa, — At Britannia on I he- TU7 (J. B. 
Hutchison, manager) the bill last week was 
cood and drear crowded houses, with Patch- 
log Tiro*.. McCarthy and Spencer, E. T, Ca- 
rnally. Rurtin's dogs and moving pictures. 
Bill week of June 4 : Plmm-Ilomm-B-r-r-r, 
Krancllle and Lewis, Pan teeing llros., and 
moving pictures. 

Note. — The Canadian Tneatre Managers' 
Association opened Its first annual conven- 
tion In the Russell Theatre. May 28, and con- 
tinued 20, 30. The delegates in attendance 
were: A. J. Small, Toronto: C. A. Pyne, 
Woodstock; J. W. Cowan. Toronto: F. R. 
Brlsco, Chatham ; S. Soloman. Toronto ; C. 
II. Wilson, St. Catharines: F. X. Korman, 

Suebec; J. D. Metcalfe, Halifax, N. S.; A. O. 
ktlnner. St. John. N. I) ; W. A. Rdwards, 
Montreal: A. Brandentverger, Stratford: I. 
Shupe. Gait ; R, H. BraoTbura, Peterborough ; 
T. J. Naylor. Desennto; 0. B. Shepherd. To- 
ronto; S. E. Carman. Belleville; F. I. Ritchie, 
Rrockville: A. R. Louden, Hamilton; V. C. 
Johnson, Brentford ; D. A. Mclntyre. St, 
Thomas: Q. L. Hlgglns, Ouolph ; Frank Ford, 
Berlin ; J. B. Linton, London ; Peter Corman, 
Ottawa : John Powell, Barrle ; A. B. Thomp- 
son, Orlllla ; D. B. Bmnalgao, Kingston. The 
convention elected officers and also saw the 
minister of customs regarding custom charges. 
Hon. Mr. Pnterson. minister of customs, prom- 
ised that the changes suggested would be 
given careful consideration. The following 
officers were chosen : President. A. J. Small, 
Toronto: Brat ties president, W. A. Edwards, 
Montreal ; second vice president, D. P. Bran!- 
Kan, Kingston ; secretary, J. E, Turton, Lon- 
don: treasurer, J. W. Cowan, Toronto; ex- 
ecutive, C. A. Pyne, Woodstock ; R. II. Brad- 
buro. Peterboro; F. II. Brlsco, Chatham; C. 
II. Wilson, St. Catharines; P. Gorman Ot- 
tawa: A R. Loudon, Hamilton. A dinner 
waa held In the SuBiell House on May 20. 
and was a most enjoyable affair. At tbe close 
of tbe convention, as a alight token of esteem, 
Peter Oorman, manager of tbe Russell, was 
agreeably surprised wten tbe members or tbe 
association presented him with a handsome 
gold headed silk umbrella. It was decided to 
hold the next convention In New York, June 
17, 1007. 

—■■ -■■s 
St. John— At the Opera House (A. O. 
Skinner, manager) the Kfrk Brown Stock Co. 




closed a two weeks' engagement May 26, 1th 
a good performance of ,T Dangers of a Great 
City," to good business. During the ™ 
pany's engagement big business ruled. 
24 (Victoria Dav) tbe company gave 
performances, to 8, R, O. The Connors E 



City," to good business. During the com 
'On 
two 
Stock 
Co. opened a week's engagement 28, present- 
ing "Lost Id the World.' 7 Eva Scott, Nick 
Judels, J, J. O'Donoell, tbe Murraya, moving 

Slctures, and Madame Flower, "tbe bronze 
Iclba," furnished specialties. Madame Flower 
was specially engaged for tbla engagement, 
and deserves mention. Repertory for reat of 
tbe week Included : 'Tie Little Heiress" and 
"The Country Girl." "The Irlsb Pawnbrok- 
ers" 4-0, "When Knighthood Waa in Flower" 
7-0. "Sweet Clover" 11-14. 

York (It. I. Armstrong, manager). — The 
Gage Stock Co. closed Its engagement May 
20, wltb a performance of "Charley's Aunt. ' 
The engagement waa terminated ten daya 
earlier than originally Intended. "The Con 
vlct's Daughter" June 7-0, "Fablo Itomanl" 
14-16. 

Notes. — Ed. Birnstead Jr. Is business man- 
ager with the Connor Stock Co., and, as 

usual, Is hustling Kirk Brown received 

word while here of the death of his grand- 
mother, at McKeesport, Pa. 



London. — At the Grand (J. B. Turton, 
manager) tbe Chicago Btock Co. closed a 
week's engagement May 26. One ot the last 
bookings of the season waa "A Royal Slave," 
June 1, 2. 

Notes. — Manager Turton left for Ottawa, 
to attend tbe convention of Canadian theatri- 
cal managers A moving picture machine 

may occupy tbe Grand during June Sam 

i-oughrey, of tbe Grand staff. Joined tbe E. S. 
Wlllard Co. here, as stage carpenter, for the 
rest of the season .das. Bfner, of Ben- 
nett's Vaudeville Theatre, Joined "The Holy 
City" Co. here, aa stage carpenter Man- 
ager C. W. Bennett Is In Montreal.... .Owner 
Harvey, of Bennett's, baa about closed the 
sale of his theatre to tbe Bennett Theatrical 

Enterprise Co E. C. Home, of New York, 

a builder of playhouses, was In London last 
week, going over tbe plans for the remodeling 
of Bennett's Into a ground floor house. He 
was also shown plans for the houses to be 

built In Ottawa and Montreal No shows 

will be put 00 at Sprlagbank Park tbla Bum- 
mer. 



Toronto. — At tbe Grand Opera PJouae 
(A. J. Small, manager) week of May 28 
Madame afantelll English Grand Opera Co. 
drew packed houses, and closed a successful 
season for tbe house. 

Majestic tA. J, Small, manager). — 
'-Fighting Fate" drew well. "A Little Out- 
casf* June 4-0. 

Sum's (J. Shea, manager). — A good card 
and packed houses last week closed a very 
succcBsful season for the house. 

Stab (K. W. Stnlr, manager). — Parisian 

Belles and San Francisco earthquake pictures 

played to packed houses laat week. Btsr 

Theatre Stock Co. 4-0. 

■ i » 

COLORADO. 



Denver. — At the Broadway (Mrs. E. V. 

McCourt, manager) Henrietta Crosmau, In 
"Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary," la the bill 
June 4 and week. Nat C. Goodwin, In "The 
Genlua," follows. 

Eutcii'b Gardens (Mai? Elltch-Long, pro- 
prietor). — Tbe lira: week's business was large, 
tbe stock company giving an excellent pre- 
sentation of "Cousin Kate." "The Other 
Girl" 8-S. Walter Clark Bellows la directing 
tbe productions, with Harry Btubbs as stage 
manager, and Frederick Paulding as director. 

Bmpibb (J. B. Clifford, manager). — Good 
business, and tbe audiences were pleased with 
the stock company In tbe two burlesques. 
"Tbe Sultana Favorite" and "Tonopab," laat 
week. Kate Coyle Is a favorite. In vaude- 
ville Rlcardo, "the Master of the Wheel," was 
a feature. 

Cubtis (A. R. Felt on, manager). — Busi- 
ness was better last week, "The Price of 
Honor" drawing good bouses. "Midnight In 
Chinatown" week of S. 

Novelty (Henry Lubeiskl, manager). — 
Last week tbe Summer season began at this 
bouse, wltb almost record houses. The bill : 
RIalto Quartette, Christy and Smith, Jennie 
Van Tour, McDonald Trio, George Jones, 
Bland and Ebr, and pictures. 

Crystal ( 0. I. Adams, manager ) . — Tbe 
feature of last week's excellent bill was tbe 
Great Alblnl. Good business ruled. Others 
on tbe bill were : Seaman, Adams and Rog- 
ers. Nellie Macgulre, Entile Chevrlel and pic- 
tures. 

Notes. — Manhattan Beach opened May 20, 
with every Indication of a record season. On 
tbe evening of June tbe theatre will open 
wltb the Augustta Daly Musical Co., under 
the direction of J. C. Duff, In "A Country 
Girl." On the night of 1, at the It road- 
way, the members of Mrs. Margaret Fealy's 
school of acting gave an excellent perform- 
ance, before a large house. A, W. Plnero's 
"The Magistrate, wsa cleverly given. A 
ploylet, "The Porch Climber," written by II. 
k Rogers, a member of The Denver Republi- 
can staff, was one of the anappleat shits on 
society seen on a Denver stage In many a 

day Two large audiences saw Mm*, 

Bernhardt, at FJItcbs, May 24. 
« i s 

SUM! M. FuLTo.f, of Leonard and Fulton, 
writes: "Mr mother died suddenly May 11, 
I was called home by telegraph, but she bad 
passed away before I arrived," 



HALL'S 
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ren ewer 
renews the hair, makes new 
again, restores to freshness, 
gives new life. Stops falling 
hair. Keeps the scalp clean and 
healthy. Makes the hair soft and 
smooth. * Sold for 60 years 

For the whlakeissn.it moueUehe we make a Dve 
known ultDOKLHGIIAM'S DIB. It colors In- 

it* fitly 4. rich brown or • soft black. It. P. HALL 
at CO.. Nashua. N.B. 




That Horlick's Malted Milk Is the beat 
snllk-rood for the baby Is proved by 
thousands of heal thy Infants eveirwhers. 
It ts purs, rich milk, so modified and en- 
riched with tbe extract of selected malttd 
■rains as to be easily digested hy the 
weakest stomach. Ready at a moment'a 
notice by almply stirring In water. No 
additional milk or cooking Is required. 
Very sustaining for nursing mothers. 
A healthful, Invisorating food drink for 
everybody, from Infancy to old age. A 
glassful taken hot before retiring induces 
restful sleep. 

A .ample, vest pocket lunch case, alio 
booklet, giving valuable recipes, sent 
free, If mentioned. At all druggists. 



ASK FOR HCRLICKB; others 
sue Imitations. 




Horllck'. Mailed Milk Co. 

Racine Wig., U. S. A. 
London, Montreal, 

Kngiind, 




JUST RIGHT AFTER DINNER 

Trw Th Am 1 Ir Tn:l CSQ<t bUT Ctale- 

lrj iaOUl leuin yoor neighbor, 
hood send us ten csnta for a sample 

{soket. Any Jobber will supply itore- 
eepers with CTilolets. 
FRANK H. FLEER k COMPANY, las., 

Fluisdelphia, U.S.A., aod Toronto, Canada. 



VAN P1.BBT, 



4T WEST 981k STHEET, «BW TOBK. 



450 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



June 



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TJsed by the theatrical profession generally. Of (treat assistance In vocal practice. Will add decidedly to an orchestra. The above cut represents only 
one or many designs. Siyie 5, coals sw.oo. Contains one fonr-ociave Bet of reeds Htrongly voiced. Height to top of keys, 2fL .'.in. When closed Ib 28ln. 
Jong, uio. high, Ulti. wide. Weight. 341b. Boxed for shipment, weighs HOib. Write direct lo factory. 

ESTEYoOROAN COMPANY, Brattleboro, Vt. 

MORE THAN 3110,000 ESTEY OltO.INt • MADE AND BOLD. 




r—MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES-) 

FROI TIE 150,000,000 ST. LOWS WORLD'S FUR 

Wi Bought tin OrMt St. Loult Eipnlllon, and otter )ou at I kind ol Sipplln ll Very Lew PrlcM 

NEW STRIP TICKETS 

13,000,000 Ticket*, printed for ni* at the 
Exposition that bare never bee n Died; pot op 
2,000 to a roll ; consecutive ijr numbered. Denom- 
lnntlons: 2o, Ho, 26c. 60c and OompllmeDtary. 
Different colon. Price per thousand, in small 
quantities lfio. in lots of 60.000 l«e 

INCANDESCENT LAMPS SMTiffi H 

These lanipa came from tbe Bxpoalon. and were need, bat are teited and 
are lervloeoble. They aro eight candle power, 100 to 110 -voltage; put op 2SO 

In ■ barrel, price each Se la am.ll quantities, each 0c 

100,000 lame as above, brand new. In full ceaa Iota. each.. 10c 

fiO.OOO oew, 16 candle power lamps, each llo 

UO.OOO Incandescent Lamps, oaed. natural colore, ruby, 
, sreen, amber and opal. Are teated »Qd are serviceable. 

x Price each lOo 

80,000 mnie as above, brand new, price each 80c 

5,000 HARDWOOD FOLDING CHAIRS 

made of aeaso&ed hardwood, with the beat malleable Iron fittings; simple 
In construction. Strong, durable ind comfortable. Will not warp; aro far 

superior to any other make; brand new. Price, In dozen lota 10.00 

SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGE QUANTITIES 





I, OOO UNIFORMS 



FOK BANDS, HELP. ETC. 
Kabkl. 11.00 Blue Serge, 95.00 
Write for oar Bpeolel 600-page Catalogue Ho. J 678. It contains a com* 
plete Hit of all klnda of Electrical Buppllaa, general amusemeDt material snob, aa von 
are ooniisntly purchasing. 

We btve for aale Fire Hoae, all klnda of Ftre-flghting Apparatus, Electrical Supplies. 
Flat", Busting. Furniture, Household Goods, Oommlaaarr Boppllea, Plumbing Material, 

We are conitamiy buying 



oerT, a: 
rial nt 



HherlffV and KeeeTvera* Sales. 



CHJCA^OJJOU8^WRECKIH^ 



ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, PREPARED PALMS, 

FLAQS, JAPANESE LANTERNS, PAPER NOVELTIES 

FOR STAGE AND LORRY USE. 

We constantly carry Id stock a full assortment of ail kinds ot Artificial Flowers, Foliages, Grass 
Mats, Prepared Palm Trees and Plants, Japanese Lanterns and Flags of All Nations; In fact, every- 
thing to beautify the stage or lobby, fend for catalogue and price list. 

^ DECORATIVE PLANT CO., 716 Broadway, Haw York. 



SAN FRANCISCO BOOKS. 



10 PASES AND COVER. 
BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. 
SPLBVDIDLY WRITTB". 
FINELY PRINTEP ON GOOD PAPER. 
IAHPLK, 10*. 



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Oasrt with order. 



HENNECAN A CO., Cincinnati, O. 

ID ORKAT BHGLUH VAUDEVILLE PAPER, 



TNE 



401 



aud TMBCA.TR 

itxrckxicl, 



EW, 



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at vi 
Ldon, 

rOBBIOl, .CBIORlPTIOlf!, . ... 8a. M. PBR 1 BAB 

rROFEIIIONAI, ADVEHT1SEMEHT1, - - la. M- »ln«l« ColBma ,l..l 

NSW TOEK CORRESPONDENT AND HEP., IDA CAIU.E, OFFICE, 70S ST. JAMM 

■LOO. w.«r* tBtwtl twMnf trill t. lectlwl Ccple. on Bla 

THE PIANOVA COMPANY 

MANDFACTUBBR8 OF 

SELF PLAYING PIANOS 

WITH OB WITHOUT BLOT ATTACHMENTS, WHITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PBIC1 
LIST. 117-128 C^PRBSB AVE, NBW YOBK C1TT. 

THE BLENTO FIREPROOFING GO. 

OF NEW YORK , 
Operates la conjunction with 

THE MAX FIREPROOFING CO., 

Or CHICAGO. 

TUB ADVANT AGE TO OUR TATROS8 18 EVIDENT. 

HACHISB.. WB OAR BATE YOU & TO M FEB CENT 
■OIIVBIIIB POSTAL CARDS, B» 8VEJE0T8. 

COSMOPOLITAN HOVB1.TT CO. , 3H H. till St, P&Uadtp&lA. P> 




& WEIL. 

77-81 WOOSTER ST. 

(Brt. Spri ng ind Broomi), N»w T«rt 

The atrical Supp lies, 

Tights, Wigs, a Greasi Palais, 

l a CATALOOPB Mot « . 

Gold a Silver Trlnnlggs, Spugln, 

I n CATALOGUE No. ft 

Stagi Jewelry ol Ear) OascripHca, 

I n CATALOOTJB No. B . 

•BND FOB CATALOQUH TO-DAI. 

Wt moi) good. C. 0. D., tubjtct ta IniMctteo 

bit raquln ■ »po»lt»» tllordm. 



HOW DOES TOTJB 

CMDY PRIVILEGE PAY? 

THE FAMOUS 

CRACKER JACK 

Packed so it cannot become unsalable, aid 
our 6 and 10o. package candies will greatly 
Increase Its value. Inform aa where 
you hold a eeneaasloa aad we will 
•end samples and prices. 

BUEfllEEIaf BBOB . ft B OUTEDI, 

848 SO. PEOBIA ST. , OHICAOO. 



Fl L.LVB S 

FOR SALE OR RENT. 

Dealers in all new and up to date subjects write 
and obtain my quotation on any film yon desire 
before purchasing Stereoptlcons, Moving Pic- 
tures, Supplies, etc. 

L. HETZ, 302 E. 23d St., N. T. 0. 



f • 



"Tell It To Me 

S. KINDALl'S 3d 
AIX HEW. JUST OUT. 

For ski, on all trim, and dowb itanaa, or by 

Ball, 95c. Addrow EZRA KKKDAL.L, 
SO South Tth At.., Ht. V.rnon, BJ, Y. 



MOVING PICTURE 
PRINTING. 



Or THE BRIEF EXPERIENCE OF THE 
SKIDDOO BROS. IN SOCIETY. 



HENNEGAN & CO., 



CinoinaalL 



SNAKES, 

•8.00 UP. PYTHONS. 

Choice lot Pythons, all sizes. Good feeders and 
handlers. Also Pine or Turtle Head Snakes. 
Lowest prices. J. HOPE, 35 N. 9th St., Phlla., Pa. 



Stereoscopic Views, 

I 5 Pictures to tin Set; Per Set, $ 1 .50 

All Interesting, clean, and original. Also 11» dlf- 
tercnl SAN FRANCISCO FIKE and EARTHQUAKE 
STKREOS., OUR OWN ORIGINAL NEGATIVES. 

For Machines used in Arcades. Parke, etc. Send 
lor llBt . RALPB J. OOLSEN, 

13 and W Wabasb. Are., Chicago 



LENGTH tlt> FEET. 




THE END OF TNE AUTO TRIP. 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

Taking only the most interesting sections of the various scenes made by our 
operators in San Francisco, we recommend the following: 

No. 3168, 16o feet — Reproduction of San Francisco in Flames, tinted red. 

No. 3171, 140 feet — Panoramic view of Filmore and Turk Streets, and refugees 
hurrying to the Ferry down Market Street; destroying ruins of St Patrick's Church. 

No. 3172. 287 feet— Conglomeration of ruins Ellis Street, City Hall, feeding 
refugees of all classes, feeding Chinamen at the Presidio, Panorama of Market Street 
and the Hibernian Bank. 

No. 3173, 373 feet — Panorama of ruins on Market Street, Panorama of ruins in 
residential section, Panorama of Nob Hill, Fairmount Hotel, Hyde and Sutter Streets. 



AMERICAN MUTOSGOPE & BIOGRAPH CO., 

1 1 East 1 4th St ., New Y ork City. 
PACIFIC COAST BRANCH, 

KLEINE OPTICAL CO., Chicago, - - - 



ae»3 west Pico street, 

Los Angeles, CaL 
- • Special Selling Agents. 



I 



A^TTbTw ATE HALF-TONE 
S1KA1 E PROCESS CO. 



, . PARK ROW BUILDING. N.Y. A_| 
Octa. SQUARE INCH' " ' 



cuts 



8j 



.PEERLESS COIN OPERATED 

GD L DM E DAL &HIGHESX AWARDS 

■• BUFFALaVaCKST^QDlsTaHPORTL-ANDiaOS, 

; fit> RDM & ENGELHARD! 



St. NY. 



DO YOU USE ACETYLENE? 

IF SO WE WAJfT TO SEND TOTJ 

A SAMPLE: BURrVER. 

We know we have the best burner ever made for use In a Stereoptlcon or atovln 
Picture Kaohlne; also for Lighting Theatres, Medicine Campa and circuses. 
Address Boom IS, Enclosing lOe. for Sample. 
WK. BL CRANE COMPANY, 1131-33 Broadway, New York. 



Moving Picture Paper 

SAN FRANClicO FILMS. 

DONALDSON LITHO. CO., HEWPOBT, KY. 



SEND US YOUR 

MANUSCRIPT OF SONG POEMS, 
ORIGINAL MELODIES, 

Or GOMPLETE WORKS, 

And If they have say merit we Have the facilities to make them go. All letters 

answered promptly. 

PIONEER MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., 

Room .Ot, Haah.tt.n Blrlg., CHICAGO, ILL. 



WI6S 



TOUPEES, GREASE PAINTS, ETC. 

Aid Ih. Utnt ind Most Popular Styl«i In Lidlci Hilr Drtulng. 

, A. M. Ill CH & CO., 

HBN. Hlnth StrMt ■ ■ ... Philadelphia 



tio.ooo.ooiS-sai-. -^ 

tlPii\ND Instruments savjsai 



warslradidla for"liULTuN"instrumuiU l «blchex- 
eslBklloUi«ra. It jouwmnt tfce beat, buj a"llOLTON H 
—If yea will bave ui.< t!. ir nuike. w« bavs it (or TOO 
atMBA BvsrjtblrE lor bands. lurcaUIagaodwai- 
sjaln list Cra« on rwj u m I. 
■mAMIt M0LTOM fc CO.. QtUf »ai 



SUBSTITUTES 



MAY BE OFFERED YOU TO 
INCREASE DEALERS' PROFITS 



INSIST ON HAVING THE GENUINE 



MUSICAL, NOVELTIES. 

Send for2«.pa(te hIih. catalog, stair.p for reply. 
Twenty jcars' ejcpcrlenco, K. B, bTKKRT, 
inventor and Maker, a* Urook St., Uarifurd.Coim . 

. Or SINO LK MUSICAL ACT 
--Wniited. Long eeason. 
IAS. HAY, Cutnberlaud, Aid. 




CUSHION 

BUTTON 



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June 9. 



THE TiFETW YORK CLIPPER. 



451 



PICTURES 




IN 



Start an Amu9ement Parlor and Penny Arcade and reap a fortune, 
Edison Coin-Slot Machines draw the crowd and accumulate wealth for 
you. Automatically run by electricity at small expense. Write to-day 
for full information to 

NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH CO., 

64 LAKESIDE AVE., - - ORANGE. M. J. 



MAHLER BROS. 

511 and 519 SIXTH AVE. 
LEADING THEATR ICAL UNDERWEAR HOUSE OF AMERICA. 

SPECIALTY OUTFIT™ 10 TIB PROFESSION. SEW 110 HUUD 

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Cloaks, Soits, Waists, Millinery. Gloves aid Maslii Uiderwear. 
j Shoe Dipt. W 



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IT'S ALL TO THE CANDY 

TUB BIOGBST :vrorci5Y MAKER 



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FOR PARK MANAGERS AND CONCESSION MEN 

Hundred* of hustler* made hundred*, of dollar* Lilt teason from our wondsrfat ma- 
chine, hut tba field waa not one-tenth cowered. Wake up and get la line — It'a tha blfgait 
hit or all — a money coiner from the flrat minute. It'a tha 

EMPIRE CANDY FLOSS MACHINE. 

It lama a pound of ancar Into 80 nickel bags of candt In ft ml nut at, while tbi crowd 
looks on, and they ahell out their nlckeli ai faat m you can sack the candy. Ifaay 
ESiriltE machlnea are takls* In from ISO to 1125 dally, A dead sure propoalUoa for 
Parka, ftoeorta, Bummer Garden*. Circuses, Kac* Tracks, Carnival*, Street Cornart, SHOW 
Windows or wharerer then an crowd* of people- 



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Operated by band or power. 
needed. Anyone can run It 



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-jooka. Up to Date stjkr 

lonfit C«*T* Prices for Desirable Footwear, 



Quantity ordara. Complete Stock*. Up 



SPECIAL MAKE-UP BOXES 

e from the very best fin, are black enameled. Brpe 



I look, 



Our cold CREAM, expressly prepared for the) Th* 
atrlcal ProfessioD, guaranteed to be absolutely m aai 
never become rancid In any climate. Pnt op u paoad 
Screw Top Tin Cans at «c.t half ponnd at a»e. 

SAMPLES OF CllEAM 8BBJT FRII. 

All mall orders moat he accompanied by mcaey oroau, 
Roie aent 0. 0. D. Oaur Haw Tbea trloal Cataiofva 
temt Ora* -apoa raoweat. 





The EMPIRE makes a better candy, and makes It mora rapidly than any machine 
you ever aaw. It 1* of perfect mechanical construction, very simple, will not get out 
of order, but is Johnny on tbe apot at all times. W* guarantee (ha construction, anal 
you can depend on 80 bag* In 8 minute*— and it* nearly AUL PROFIT. 

The EMPIRE CANDY FLOBS MACHINE 1* fully covered by patents. We will pro- 
tect all purchasers and prosecute all Infringers. Don't bo fooled by cheep Imitation*. 

SEND TO-DAY FOR PARTICULARS 

and get In Una with tha winner. Bold outright, without restriction* u to where II 
■ball be uied 

pricksj 

HAND POWER MACHINE, with Oil Attachment 118000 

HAND OR POWER MACHINE, with Gal Attachment tod equipped with Elec- 
tric Motor and Attachment*, compute 200 04 



Toti machine h-.-r be operated by band or bj electric motor. Oaiolln* Gtne- 
rator for althar of tlu abore maciinea 



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Caah with order. It desired, either machine will be afclppta C. 0. D., with prlelliie 
of examlaatloa, on receipt of 826.00 



WRITE FOB CATALOOTJE AND CULL. 1NFOBMATION. 

EMPIRE CANDY FLOSS MACHINE CO. 



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CHICAGO, ILL. 



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AND ILLUMINATIONS 



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YELLOW 
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Are Lamps 

FOB SPECIAL ILL01UATI0". 

WPORTERg OF THE 

Yellow Flame Carbons, 

Which Rive, to them their high, Lnninona 
efficiency and characteristic color effect. 

SEND FOR PRICES. 

LAMPS IN OPERATION" AT 

WEBER'S HVSIO HALL, H. T. 
NEW HOHTAUK iHE ATM, BBOOKLTH, &c, 




MINIATURE RAILROAD CO., 

74 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. 



Winslows Skates 

MOT 80 TEARS -AGO, 
DEBT TO-DAY. 

Are TJeed Eicloslre- 
ijhr the Beit Rlokm 
We hire the Larieat 
and Beat Equipped 
Work, la the World 
lor Maklni 

ICE} 

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YOU CAN MAKE MONEY 

BY RUNNING A ROLLER SKATIMO RINK 

The Increeelng popalarlly of Ballea 
Skating hai opened a larger field thuaa area 

befor. tor thli popular uaul.m,It. 

BUND FOB CATALOQD1. affr, ™8 •*• 

llluelrxtii 

jWIRSLOW'S 

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Mi5J CIipper'5 

Anecdotes, Personalities and Cornells, 

CONCERTINO 

ST16E FOLK and Sometimes OTHERS 



BT J QBBPHINB GEO. 

Three tales of phenomenal speed were 
picked up at the Gait Home, Louisville, by 
a manager who returned to the metropolis 
last week. 

The first Is told concerning the testimony 
of a darkey bootblack, at a trial where he 
was the chief witness to a shooting affray. 

Two fiery tempered Southern "Colonels" 
disagreed so far as to threaten the lives of 
each other— In fact, they bad sworn to "shoot 
on sight. ■■ One of them cot a chance at bis 
man while the latter stood In a hotel office, 
getting his boots blacked. At the subsequent 
trial the Judge, daring the examination, said 
to the darkey : 

"There were two shots, following In quick 
succession. Did yon heard themf" 

"Well, Judge," drawled the darkey, "I done 
heard de fust shot, bat I didn't see It. Hah 
back wut to It" 

"But did you not hear the second also, which 
took place an instant later?" persisted the 
Judge. 

"No,. Suh 1" declared the darkey. 

"You couldn't have missed hearing It, you 
must hare been close by," said the Judge. 

"No, I wuzu't," firmly said the witness. 

"Well," said the Judge, "where were yeu?" 

"Jes 'baout dat time," drawled the darkey, 
"I wua a-passln' de L. and N. station." 

His rate of speed may be determined by 
the fact that the L. and N. depot Is one mile 
from the hotel. 

* 

A darkey, who bad been caught one nlgbt 
breaking that commandment relative to 
coveting his neighbor's possessions by way of 
chickens, was being hotly pursued down the 
road by the owner of the rooit. A pistol shot 
hastened bis already rapid run. He was 
going at a frightful pace, when a Jack rabbit 
sprang Into the road Juat in front of him 
and set the pace for a quarter of a mite or 
so, keeping a short distance In front of the 
chicken thief. As the Jack rabbit Is known to 
be the fleetest thing afoot, the exclamation of 
the flying darkey waB laughable In the ex- 
treme : 

"Git out o' de way I" breathlessly cried be, 
"stop a-hladerln' some one dat con runt" 

It bad been understood by a finning party 
of four or five "teaderfeet" that one of tbem 
should each day go Into the woods, gunning 
In Quest of fresh meat. It came the turn of 
one who was more familiar with the rod than 
he was with the rifle. 

"I never shot anything In my life," de- 
murred he. "Let some one else go— I couldn't 
aboot an elephant at a five foot range." 

"But you've got to take your turn at bring- 
ing meat into the camp," aatd one of the 
others, at whlcb declaration the man re- 
luctantly departed Into the depths of the 
wood, leaving hla friends at the banks of the 
stream. 

Half an hour passed, then a cracking of 
twigs and a rushing through bushes was 
heard, followed by the shouts of the tyro 
hunter, who was to bring the meat Into camp. 
He finally came Into sight, closely followed by 
a bear. 

"Here we cornel Here'a your fresh meat I" 
he yelled. "Durn our rattlln' bones! Head 
us off I" 

t 

"It does not follow that following a maxim 
Is always the right thing to do," declared 
Ernest Lamson the other day, In Chicago, 
as he returned bareheaded to his hotel. 

A few hours previously he had invested In 
the latest Btyle of straw hot, for the Chicago 
air was warm, and light hats seemed a necos- 
elty. He was walking down Michigan Avenue 
with a friend, when a gust of wind from off 
the lake snatched It from bis bead, and it 
went whirling down the street. 

"Why don't you run for It?" exclaimed bis 
friend, seeing that the actor made no attempt 
to regain his head covering. 

"Haven't you beard that old advice, never 
to run for your hat?" be asked. "Someone 
will always get It and bring it to you." 

On this occasion several small boys start- 
ed for the hat, Illustrating Lamson's faith in 
the adage. 

"Didn't I tell you right?" exclaimed Lam- 
son. 

An Instant later another lively breeae 
sprang up and, unfortunately for the actor, 
carried bli hat Into a pile of burning rubbish. 

"Not always," said hli friend dryly. 
9 

Wblle Dan Hudson, the comedian, was 
playing through Texas, Inst season, the com- 
pany played an engagement at a Btnall 
county seat, not far from Dallas. White the 
actor was strolling through the office of the 
little hotel of the place, tbe elderly, be- 
whlakered landlord of tbe house, sold : 

"We're a-havln' a lot of dandy troops down 
through this section lately. There was a fine 
show in Dallas las' week. I can't recollect 
the name, but the newspapers say they had 
to tear down part of the opery house to git 
the sceneries In." 

Hudson knew what the play was, but wish- 
ing to hear what tbe old man would say 
further, did not prompt his memory. 

"Bay, Susie," Bald the old fellow, turning 
to his wife, who stood near, "say, what's the 
name o' that there show up Dallas way las* 
week?" 

"I think they called It 'Uncle Josh,' " aald 
the old lady. 

"No, 'twuin't him," declared the landlord. 

"Perhaps you mean 'Ben Hur,' " then aug- 
gested nudson. 

"That's him!" exclaimed the old man. 
"That's the feller, an' 'cordln' to tbe papers 
be muBt be the greatest actor man a-gola'." 



Josephine Babel, the popular vaudeville 
headllner, related an Incident that occurred 
when she was once attending a melodramatic 
performaece In a London theatre. 

The pretty singer was much amused at the 
audible remarks of a sailor who waa la the 
audience, seated not far from her. He seemed 
not to like the performance of an actresa in 
the play, and expressed himself to that effect 
from time to time. 

Finally, Id a scene where ahe waa struck In 
the face by the stage villain, tbe sailor 
showed hla satisfaction In a loud exclama- 
tion : 

"Hit 'er agin I" he loudly called, "she can't 
act ; bit 'er agta 1" 

9 

"Americana play 'ere only one night," 
■neered a London music ball sloger to 
Josephine Babel, as abe itepped for the first 



INDIANA. 

Indianapolis. — At the Park Theatre 
(Dickson ft Tnlbott, managers) the Rebecca 
Warren Btock Co. put on "The Charity Ball" 
June 4-6, to good business. Miles Bros.* 
Tltagraph pictures of the Ban Francisco dis- 
aster wsa a special feature. "East Lynne" 
7-«. 

Fairbikk. — Grace Van Studdlford and tbe 
Falrbank orchestra drew Immense crowds 
week of 4. 

WoiTOBBiAND. — Dare Devil Dash, tbe 
A herns, sod others drew big crowds dally 
week of 4. 

Wiiitr Citt. — This resort was well pa- 
tronized week of 4. An air ship was a 
feature. 

Fohbpaw-Sells Bbos,' Circus Is doe 11. 



ETaBsvlUc.— Cook's Park (Harry Law- 
recce, manager) bus been crowded almost 
every evening, and each attraction seems to 
be doing good business. BUI week of June 
3 Included : Fernanda and May, Edith Wll- 



South BcndL—At the Casino <& J. 
Welsh, manager) tbe following appeared week 
of June 8 : Lucy snd Lncler, the Aldeana, the 
Delacy'B, McFarland and Murray, snd Sing- 
er's monkeys. Big business prevaile. 
Rinouno Bbos/ Cibcdb 27. 

1 1 » 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Washington.— At the Colombia (Lackett 
ft Standing, managers) this week, "The 
Idlers." by the Standing Stock Co. Last 
week, "The Liars," with John Mason special- 
ly enraged, bad excellent business. 

Bklabco (L. Stoddard Tsylor. manager). 
— Tbe house closed 9, for the season. Last 
week, the Odette Trier Stock Co.. with R. D. 
McLean, presented "Ingomar," to large 
bouses. Mine. Bernhardt, 0, gave a farewell 
performance. The bouse was packed at high 
prices. _ . 

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ter).— Tbe bouse Is closed. Last week, 
irneat Hogan, In "Rufos Rastas," bad large 
houses. 



MAJjHATT*jr (Crlnnlan Bros., manager-, 
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Ft. Worllr- At White City (Jake 8m • 
manager) the "Beggar Prlnc/6p£ ffiKS 
tlnnes an Indefinite engagement In the nit* 
Rose Theatre, the opening. Jone 3, being u, , 
packed bouse. Tbe outside attractions c . 
tlnue to draw well. c ' 

Lues Earn (Lee Fleming, manager! n„» 

Carlos Hall's vauderllle attractions, aid nV 
log pictures depleting the Ban Francis i 
disaster, constituted the bill week opening 
Buslneis was good. *^ k K 

Lajei Como (F. L. Utlev, manager).— Mnr 
lng pictures in tbe pavilion, and the usi< I 
outdoor attractions, continue to draw well ' 

Standabd (Frank De Beque, manager) '-- 
"Purloined Osculations" Is tbe title of Ins 
curtain raiser, week opening 4. CopelandnM 
Copeland, whose annual appearance Is aitv.i.i 
looked forward to by the patrons of n.'jj 
bouse, opened, and were given a rouslnc *-e 
ceptloo. The others: Mills and Fox, Viv 
Delmar, Fannie Woods, Will and Etta Mann- 
by, Pearl Ollmore, Minnie Wardell, Lulu He 
Marr, G. L. Burrill. Lulu Lawton and Frank 
Gibbons. Business Is booming. 

Cbown (Geo. B. Holland, manager). — This 
house, under new management, had an rim. 

Slclous opening 4. The people: Billy Prlf- 
oldie May, Maud Grayson, Elliott Sister*' 
Thelma Holmes, Lamont Bros., Alice St' 
Clair, and Lloyd Lamond. Bus iness Is heavy! 

Galveston. — At Electric Park (Dave 
Wels, manager) tbe "Matinee Girl" Opera 
Co., In refined vaudeville, closed a week's 
engagement June 2, to fairly good attendant 
"The Beggar Prince" Opera Co. opened a 
two weeks' engagement 3, to a large audi- 
ence. All of the other attractions are dofne 
a large business. 

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CANADA. 



ALEXANDER WOLKOWSKY'S FAMOUS TROUPE OF RUSSIAN* DANCERS, SINGERS AND MUSICIANS 

Are In their second season as a feature of tbe Forepaugh and Sells* Circus, ne will have a troupe of ten people to play the vaude- 
ville houaee the coming Winter, a number of which will be new to this country. Their wardrobe la especially magnificent. 



time toward tbe entrance of tbe hall at whlcb 
she was to make her appearance. 

"Don't be too sure 1" laughed the little 
comedienne, as sbe passed the man In the 
wings a few minutes later, after leaving the 
stage amid roars of approval from ber au- 
ditors. 

No dates open for Miss Babel until after 
1000 shows bow the "halls" across the water 
regard ber work. 

Another from B. E. Meredith: A farmer 
from tbe vicinity of Salem, 0., approached 
tbe box office window of the tbeatre Id that 
town, and Inquired the price of tickets. 

"Doiiar-and-a-half," said the man at the 
window, ready, of course, to oiler tbe highest 
priced seata first 

"Tew darned high," exclaimed the man, 
turning away. 

"You can get seata up italri for fifty 
cents," the ticket seller hastened to say. 

"I kin, kin I," beamed the farmer, turning 
back. "An* what's goto' on up there?" 

Meredith further relates how Fred Ray* 
mond wrote a certain house manager for time 
and terns. Tbe answer received stated that 
the price was $10 per eight for the hall. 

"How many will the ball Beat?" telegraphed 
Raymond. 
"All that will come," was the wired reply. 

4-*-* 

MAINE. 



llsms, Arthur Howl son, Great Marty une. 

Gloss Brothers and the hloodrome. 

Oak BuiiMir I'auk was opened 3, and at 
each of two performances standing room was 
In demand. Tbe bill included: Tbe Swor 
Bros., Ben Turpln, Lena Davenport, Arthur 
Stewart, Kelley Slaters, Pero and Wilson, 
Willard Newell and company, and the kino- 
drome. 

Noras. — The Wright Exposition Co., week 

of June S The local Klks, No. 116, have 

ecgaged the Clnclnnatus Amusement Co. to 
give a week— June 18-23 — called "The Elks 
Week of Good Cheer." The proceeds are to 
go to tbe building fund of tbe Elks' beautiful 
uew borne. 



Lyceum (Eugene Eernan, manager). — The 
Lyceum Stock Burlesque Co. Last week, the 
place was welt filled, and the stock caught on. 

Luna Pa.bk (Geo, E. Gill, manager). — 
This great resort, now In Its BM week, has 
evidently caught tbe fancy of the Washing- 
ton public, thousands of people visiting Its 
many attractions dally. This week, Pfilllp- 
ptnl'B Band holds over, and KnabenBheu s 
air ship Is the hippodrome attraction. 

Chbvt Chase La sb (Herbert Claude, 
manager). — The Marine Band nightly con- 
certs attract large crowds. 

«*» 

VIRGINIA. 



La Fayette, — At tbe Family Tbeatre 
(RoEbrugb A Maurice, managers) exception- 
ally good business rules. The bill week of 
June 4 Included: Lenore and St. Claire, 
Frank Bowman, Two Macks, Laura McDow- 
ell (Illustrated songs) and the bioscope. 
Week of 11 : Armstrong and Verne, Ed. Moon, 
and Dwerr and Dwerr. 

Fobepai'ou-Selis Ciactis is billed here for 
June 14. 

Norn. — At Purdue University It has been 
Denounced by President W. L. Stone that 
George Ade, the noted alumnus of the univer- 
sity, has contributed to tbe memorial gym- 
nasium fund the sum of $2,500, which com- 
Bleted the 975,000 necessary to Insure tbe 
[ginning of work on tbe proposed building. 



Norfolk.— At the Ocean View Casino ( Otto 
Wells, local manager) business for week of 
June 4 was exceptionally good. Vaudeville 
for week of 1L 

Buoo (Abb Smith, manager). — In addition 
to regular stock, people booked for week of 
11 are: June Betes, Jutes Bros.. Mazle Mack, 
Charles Warde, and Leslie and Clay. Busi- 
ness is good. 

Acub (Wllkerson A Manzle, managers). — 
New people week of 11 : Randolph and May- 
field. Margaret Maxwell, Ward and Grant, 
Wallace Sheldon, and Crane, Long and Crane. 
Business is good. 

Audixobiuh (J. M. Barton, manager). — 
People week of 11 : Johnson and Rents, Irene 
Sullivan, Greaft and Legrano% Cledorla, and 
Haines Sisters. Business Is good. 



Portland.— At the Jefferson (Cabn & 
Grant, managers) tbe Hartley McCullum 

Summer Stock Co. opened Its season at this 
house June 4. for an extended engagement, 
appearing before large and delighted audi- 
ences In a merltcrloua presentation of "The 
Ilend of the Family." The company raaue a 
very pleasing Impression, and Mr. McCullum 
(who 1b a native of this city) was heartily 
welcomed, receiving floral tokens in abund- 
ance. For 11 ana week the company will 
present "Esmeralda." 

Pobtlakd (J. K. Moore, manager). — Ex- 
cellent business 4 and week. Bill week of 11 : 
Charles Ludlan, the Three Seldoms, Jane 
Courthope and company, Charles Howard, 
Susie Fisher, Daly and Reno, and Malvene 
and Thomas. ._ 

Notes. — The contractors are working like 
beavers, and in tbe course of a few weeks tbe 
new Keith Theatre, In process of construc- 
tion, will begin to take on form. The plan 
Is -to have It completed In time for Manager 

Moore's Winter season of vaudeville 

The Cape Theatre opens 18, and the Gem 

Theatre and Rlverton Park open 18 

Col. Cummins' Wild West comes 18. 

s X » 

VIRGINIA HARNBD 
First saw tbe light of day In Boston. Pre- 
vious to going on the stage she lived abroad 
for many years, lu England and on the con- 
tinent. Her early theatrical experiences 
were with road companies, ber first engage- 
ment having been with a company playing 
Hobson k Crane's old success, "Our Boarding 
House." In tbe Spring of 1887 Bhe waa lead- 
ing lady with George Clarke, of the Daly 
company, when he toured New England for a 
few weckB, In "Tbe CorBlcan Brothers" and 
"False Bbam-e." Then, for two years, she 
acted through the South and West. Her flrat 
New York engagement was In Sedley Brown's 
"A Long Lane," at the Fourteenth Street 
Tbeatre. Daniel Prohroan saw her act, and 
engaged her as K. II. Sothern's leading lady. 
Her Drst character with Mr. Sotbern was 
Clara Dexter, In "The Malster of Woodbir- 
row." Miss Harried, In private life, la Mrs. 
E. II. Sotbern, the wife of tbe popular actor. 

< 1 1 

POPULAR EXCURSION TO 
ATLANTIC CITY. 




St. John. — At the Opera House (A. 0. 
Skinner, manager) the Connors Btock Co. 
closed a week of fair business June 2. pre- 
senting "The Country Girl," 1, 2. Murphy 
and Hack, In "The Irish Pawnbrokers." 
opened a three days* engagement 4, to good 
business. Murphy and Mack, Frank P. Cn- 
bill and Stella Gale deserve mention. Roselle 
Knott, In "When Knighthood Wsa In Flower," 
7-9; ''Sweet Clover" 11-14, "Utah" 16, 17, 
Father Matthew Association (local), In mu- 
sical comedy, 18-20; "Weary Willie Walker" 
21-23. 

York (B, J. Armstrong, manager).— 
"Fablo Romanl" 7-9, "The Convict's laugh- 
ter" 14-16. Both of these companies are un- 
der the management of Ed. R. Baiter. 

Nona. — J. J. O'Donnell, of the Connors 

Stock Co., Is a native of this city B. M. 

Banter, representing "When Knighthood Waa 

In Flower. 1 ' was in town 2-4 Miss B. G- 

Balrd arrived 6, on a visit to her parents. 

Toronto. — At the Majestic (A. J. Small, 
manager) week of June 4 "A Little Outcast" 
drew good business. 'Frisco pictures 11-16. 

Shea's (J. Shea, manager), — The Tress 
Club's annual Theatre Night. In Liberty Hall, 
presented a focr act comedy, by R. C. Car- 
tonj, with R 8. Plgott In the leading role, 
8, 9. 

8tab (F. J. Slnlr, manager). — Week of 4, 
the Star Stock Co. put up good performances 
and drew packed houses. 

Hanlan's Point (C. W. MacMshon, man- 
ager). — The vaudeville end at this centre of 
amusement is drawing big audiences at each 
performance. 

Notes.— The weather Is favoring Ben 
Greet and his spleadJd English company, In 
Shakespeare, and Immense audiences are In 

attendance Munro Park may not open 

this Summer. 

■ s ■ — 

Winnipeg At the Dominion Theatre 

iD. Douglas, manager) business Is good. Bill 
or week of June 4 : The Four Alvlnos, E. 
Frank Hawley and company, Willie Zimmer- 
man. Warren and Brockway, Trozini, Downle 
snd Willard, and the klnodrome. Thla house 
closed on 9. for repairs. 

Buoo (Nash & Burrows, proprietors). — 
Big crowds as usual. Following for week of 
4: Clark and Temple, Geo. Clark, Root. Ai- 
ken and Rita Dawn, Llllle Rosle Doblr, Frank 
Mlllin and De Long Twin Sisters, Greea 
Bros., snd moving pictures. 
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IOWA. 



Cedar Rapids. — At Greene's Opera House 
(Will S. Collier, manager) William Morris 

J resented these vaudeville performers June 
-10 : Muller, Chunn and Multer, Harry Van 
Fossen, Kennedy and Evans, Duchess Ger- 
trude Dudley (second week), Mysterious Fon- 
tlnelll, Harry W. Splngold and company (Ar- 
thur Stone, Marie Beaumont and Mae Tur- 
ner), and the klnodrome. 

People's (Vic Hugo, manager) .—The atcck 
company will be Bucceeded, 11, by a first class 
vaudeville bill, which Manager Hugo went 
to Chicago to secure. Ray W. Fay had been 
singing the illustrated song, "St Francis, 
very cleverly. 

Auditobiuu (T. A. Berkeblle, manager).— 
The opening exercises of semi-centennial 
week, 10-16, will be s mass meeting Sunday, 
10, at 3 o'clock, participated In by all tbe 
religious bodies of tbe city. On 13 a banquet 
will be given the lowa Bankers' Association, 
la annual session assembled. On 14 the 
Jubilee Chorus will give a concert, assisted 
by Marlon Green and Jennie Thatcher Beach, 
both of Chicago. „, 

alaho Paxk (G. K. Barton, manager) will 
open 11, and Prof. Jacob Schmldt r s Opera 
House orchestra will furnish the music. 

Notes.— Tbe Wallace Shows come 13, and 
the Forepeugh-Sells Bros.' Circus 26. Rep- 
resenting the latter show, A. G. - Singling, 
general agent ; Frank J. O'Donnell, press rep- 
resentative, and Harry B. Graham, and 
twenty-four men. In charge of advertising 
car, No. 1, were here 3, 4. ...The flrat meet- 
ing of the Cedar Rapid Chautauqua Associa- 
tion will occur Aug. B-18, In a big tent, on 
Coe College campus. Next year the associa- 
tion plans to erect permanent buildings on 

its own grounds, up the river The two 

new fireproof hotels are now open — the Alli- 
son (American plan) and the Montrose 
(European plan). The Grand Hotel, for years 
the leading iiouse here, closed May SO. 

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OKLAHOMA. 



The wide spread popularity of the famed 
Seaside City of Atlantic City makes ltamecca 
for excursions, and the fast S hour service 
operated by tbe New Jersey Central places 
Atlantic City wllhln tho reach of New York- 
ers. The Beach Itself has untold attractions. 
Its great piers and board walk are already 
thronged with tho holiday crowds, and every 
thing Is lively snd at Its best The New Jer- 
sey Central will rim a popular priced excur- 
sion to Atlantic City on Sunday, June 17, 
Bound trip tickets, S2.C0, and Special 8 Hour 
Express will leave New York, Liberty Btrcet. 
at 8 k. m. The return train does not leave 
Atlantic City until 7 P. it., affording ample 
opportunity for erjoylng an Ideal day. 



M OR PHY, 
"The Man Who Slnga to Bent the Rand,** 

For the drst time In five years, has found a ballad suitable for him to sing with full "mm 
tary band accompaniment, the title of whlcb Is "Where the Swanee filver Winds! ti 
Silvery Way." Morphy Is one of the few Blogers who has always been associated with 
song hits, and le very pleased at being able to find a ballad with a short ranzewhlrh 
makes it practical for him to sing the highest and lowest note with all tbe luns rower 
be possesses, and sayB that this season be expectB "Where the Swanee Hirer Winds it- 
Sllvery Way" will be the bit of his repertory, which Is paying quite a tribute to the 
author, and incidentally to the publishers, bb Morphy, of recent years, has featured march 
songs exclusively. Ed. Rogers' Music Publishing Co. Is extremely fortunate In bsvlne 
Morphy to feature a ballad, and undoubtedly other Blogers wilt be quick to aval) them 
selves of the opportunity of securing a new ballad, which is not only pretty but Is much 
shorter than the usual song, and possesses that particular strong point io desired hr 
vocalists, that of having a very short range. The "small" full page advertisement Mornhv 
had In Tub Clippbb ol May 10, has resulted In a delnge of offers of earanmnt «nj 
"The Man Who Slogs to Beat the Band" says* that he Sas never before W tronbSd 
with nineteen offers for the same week, which baa occurred In three different imian-M 
as a direct result of his recent advertisement in The Clippbb. uuiances, 



Oklahoma City. — Delmar Garden (Slno- 
poulo A Marre, managers) holds Its drawing 
power. Week of June 3, North Bros.' Come- 
dians appeared In "Tbe Way of the World. 
Tbe scenic railway is finished (the first In 
this city), and Is doing an Immense business. 

Buoo An Doua (Carleton A Laserre, 
managers).— People for 8 and week : Davis 
B'.Bters, Harrison Bros., Mar Tina and Jack 
Benson. Sunday's business Is very heavy. 
The old Bijou will be opened by the manage- 
ment with a moving picture show. 

♦»♦ 

VERMONT. 



Bwrllsurtoa. — At the Strong Theatre 
(Cahn A Grant, managers) Hadley's moving 
pictures 9, 'Frisco pictures 11. 

Ba*xuu A Bailit'8 Show had good weather 
and excellent buslnesa 8. 
a — 

Thomas Pender, father of Prof. Chaa. II. 
Pender, moglclsn and ventriloquist, died at 
his home In Buffalo, N. jl May 24. His age 
was sixty-nine years. The remain* were 
taken to Medina, N. Y. ( for burial. 



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W ASHIWOTO y. 

Seattle.— At the Grand Opera Hoase 
(RuBsell A Drew, managers) tbe San Fran- 
cisco Opera Co., In "The Strollers," won a 
complete success, and had capacity BOMB, 
Same company. In "The Wedding Day," June 
3 and weelc ; ''The Nightingale** 11-10. 

Seattle (John Cort, manager).— David 
Proctor, In "A Message from Mars," tested 
the capacity of the house for five perform- 
ances. Tbe Mack Swain Co., In **The Belle 
of Richmond," 8-9. Same company, in rep- 
ertory, 10-16. _ . _ 

Thibd Avindb (Ruisell A Drew, mana- 
gers).— The AyUsworth Co., In "Caoght In 
the web," bad a successful engagement, dem- 
onstrating its increasing popularity. 3 and 
week, >tbe Aylesworlb Co., in "Slaves of the 
Orient;" 10 and week, "Midnight In China- 
town." 

Stab (B. J. Donellan, manager).— New ■at- 
tractions week of 4: West and Benton, Mills 
and Marlon, Margaret Severance, Kelsey Sis- 
ters, Aun Hamilton Co., Peter Dunewortb, 
and moving pictures. 

Oupiieuh (T. J. Consldine, mnnager). — 
New attractions 4 and week : Pbroso, Ilapolll, 
the Fletchers, Geneva Ardell, Berger Sisters, 
Tracey McDermott, and moving pictures. 

Pantaoe8' (Alex. Pontages, manager). — 
New attractions week of 4 : Frank Hall and 
bis trained kangaroo, HolmeB and Holmes, 
Mickey Keeley, Thomas and Mack, Topsy 
Tcrvy Trio, Arthur Biwell, and moving pic- 
tures, 

Strand (Mose Goldsmith, manager). — New 
attractions week of 4 : Grace Bennett, Dottle 
Mitchell, Marie Hudson, and Grace Ashmore. 

Gaiety (Fred Ritchie, manager). — New at- 
tractions week of 4 : Millard Sisters, Anna 
Raymond, Jessie Bell, and Mildred Austin. 

Thalia (Mose Goldsmith, manager). — New 
attractions 4 and week : Edna Larrell, Kittle 
Wallace, and Eva Sheldon. 
» i 

Tacoma. — At the Tacoma Theatre (Chas. 
II. Herald, mannger) the Prlngle Stock Co. 
appeared June 3-v, with Lansing Rowan as 
leading woman. 

Grand (D. B. Worley, manager). — Bill 
week of 4: Yuma, Billy Link and Wlllette 
Charters, Kohl and Kohl, Herb. Mitchell, 
Paul Dickey, Prank Rowan. In illustrated 
songs, and Grandlscope, Business la fair. 

Stab (H. M, Owchb, manager). — Matinee 
nnd night 3. tho Allen Stock Co., presenting 
"Tbe Stowaway." Week beginning 4, "Kid- 
napped." Forrest Seobury, Ethel Roberts 
and Charles King, la leading roles, scored 
well. Unusually Urge business during last 
week. 

Crystal (W. J. Timmons, manager). — 
Week beginning 4 : Tecnau Tavern Quartette, 
Bert (Jolt, Gardner and Gardner, Tom Ro- 
selte, motion pictures and Illustrated songs, 
by lit Rose. 

«■» 
COLORADO. 



Denver.— At the Broadway (B. F. Mc- 
Court, manager), after an absence of several 
years, Henrietta Crosman did good business 
last week, In "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary." 
This bouse will close for the Summer week of 
11, wltb Nat C. Goodwin, In "Tbe Oenlus." 

Ei.itch'a Gabdbns (Mary Blltcb-Long, pro- 
prietor). — Warmer weather has made bigger 
business at this popular resort All conces- 
sions are doing well, especially Hale's tours, 
"The Other Girl," with May Buckley and Ed- 
ward Mackey in the leading roles, did big 
buHlness lost week. Week of i0, "Old Heldel- 



ANiiATTAK Beach (W. B. Hall, mnna- 
-The Auguatln Daly Opera Co. arrived 
lew York 6, and wfil open In "A Coun- 
try Girl" 0. The outdoor attractions are 
doing big business. 

Curtis (A. R. Pel ton, manager). — "Mid- 
night In Chinatown" was the attraction last 
week, and drew trood houses. Week ot 10, 
"The Two Orphans." 

BuriftB (J. £. Clifford, manager). — The 
stock company put on two excellent bur- 
lesques last week, and did good business, 
Vaudeville features were: Martley, Harry W. 
Wright, and Kate Coyle and ponleB, 

Nuvbltx (Henry Lubelskl, manager). — 
The bill last week Included: Price, Collins 
and company, Frank Dougherty and company